- Music Reviews
- August 17, 2018
Out of the Blues (Concord Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Turns out there really IS a school shooter section in Hell.
A young cast tackles an old plot line with entertaining results.
It’s time to sing like a Modern Major General again.
A southern family fights over a business opportunity.
Stop the presses! Show Tunes Raise Money For Arts Group!
A new musical retells the life of the 20th century’s biggest and most successful gigolo though the songs of Cole Porter.
A young artist with a solid voice nails some nicely obscure show tunes.
We journey back to the early 1980s and re-discover the beauty of Roller Disco.
More American History than you can shake a stick at, assuming you stopped laughing long enough to find a stick at.
Boundaries get pushed to the limit in this revival of the classic hippie musical from 1967.
Pro Wrestling takes on Pro Theater for 2 falls out of three.
The audience finally gets to sing along to a Winter Park Playhouse show.
A modern update of a classic Bible story.
A parent-teacher conference from hell.
A courtroom dramatization of the trial of Willie Moore that lead to the closing of Alcatraz as a prison.
Three women debate turning in a man who may have raped one of them, or keeping silent in exchange for a career in television.
Family drama in a tiny NYC apartment explores the meaning of modern day Judaism.
A Sherlock Holmes-based musical that needs some amplification.
A family struggles with Dad’s sexual conquests as thier daughter finds her own sexuality.
Serious drama set in a house of Ill repute explores the meaning of friendship and motherhood.