Reviews on Broadway

Review – A Doll’s House, Part 2

Doll's House
Just the notion of a sequel to one of the world's great dramas is to invite scorn. How many sequels are as good as...

Australian Musical ‘Errol And Fidel’ To Open New York Musical Festival

Errol and fidel
It has been announced in New York that ERROL AND FIDEL, a new musical written by four Sydneysiders, will open this year’s New York...

Review – Six Degrees Of Separation/ The Price

Arthur Miller and John Guare look at two very different families in The Price and Six Degrees of Separation, two great plays about American...

Review – Anastasia

Anastasia
There are few pleasures greater in a theatre going life than encountering a glorious new musical about which you know nothing. So it is...

Review – Present Laughter/ Oslo/ The Glass Menagerie

broadway season
Broadway has much to offer the serious theatregoer this season. Stars are plentiful on the stages of the Great White Way. Revivals are vying...

Spring Openings On Broadway

anastasia
SPRING OPENINGS ON BROADWAY As we head into Spring a bright cluster of stars is lighting up the Great White Way and a slew of...

Review – The Band’s Visit

the band's visit
The Band's Visit is a musical for our times. Fragile, poetic, ordinary, overwhelmingly charming but brutally honest, it beguiles and soothes. Complete strangers with...

Review – Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen
If you are looking for a new musical that taps into modern society, then you need look no further than Dear Evan Hansen. Full...

Review – The Front Page

Front Page
Except that with Nathan Lane in a key role The Front Page is likely to be a sell-out, there is no earthly reason to...

Review – Falsettos

Falsettos
This is a pedestrian production of a truly wonderful musical. Falsettos boasts a terrific female cast, led by Stephanie J. Block, who is spellbinding...