If you’ve seen the movie School of Rock, you will definitely become a fan of the Broadway Musical! [Read more…]
WAITRESS the Musical will make you a fan, even if you haven’t seen the movie.
Generations of families have enjoyed watching A Christmas Story over the holidays each year, and now you can revisit the story in musical form during A Christmas Story, The Musical.
I invited my middle schooler to join me for the opening night of Finding Neverland the Musical in Cincinnati. He shared with me his favorite parts about the play and I’m passing them on to you.
WICKED is a Broadway Musical that appeals to all ages and a bucket list worthy Broadway play.
How do I even begin to share how amazing Beautiful – The Carol King Musical is?
I vaguely knew about Carol King’s music because I have memories of my mom humming along to her songs in the kitchen when they played on the radio. Watching the musical stirred up memories of her and a deeper connection for the emotions behind the songs.
I think most people in the audience felt connected to Carol’s songs in some way, whether her music was from their generation or their parents’. I will warn you that you will want to download her album “Tapestry” after watching the musical if don’t already have it. The cast did a fantastic job of conveying the story behind the songs, which will make you love them even more.
I didn’t know much about Something Rotten prior to the watching the Broadway play and I actually preferred it that way because every moment was such a treat. The laughs are non-stop from beginning to end with subtle pop culture references throughout. You don’t need a lot of Shakespeare knowledge prior to the show to enjoy all of the references about him. The play has something for everyone with great dance numbers, fun songs, romance, jealousy, and lovable characters. Trust me when I say that you will love it!
Weird and Good! That’s how my husband and I would describe Little Shop of Horrors presented by Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. That description may be a little too over simplified. When the plot involves a talking plant that thirst for human blood…that’s definitely a little weird, but the good came in SO many forms during the play.