- Music Reviews
- October 19, 2018
Poor Until Payday (Family Owned Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
We return to the longest running theatrical Halloween extravaganza in Orlando.
Two men play 8 characters, and a staff of stage hand ghosts build a campy comedy of British faded nobility banished to the moorlands for the crimes of poverty and aristocracy.
Let’s visit an America attacked by birds that peck us to death at high tide. Not sure how things are going in Phoenix.
Basso-tenor Dustin Cunningham hits the low notes in this very masculine evening of cabaret.
After the Salem Witch trials, the pain continued for years to come.
Oscar Wilde flies high and crashed to the ground after an ill-conceived lawsuit.
See the inner working of the American jury system of justice without having to park downtown.
A close-up view of the young women who prompted the Salem Witch trials.
Kid’s songs for those young at heart.
A new cabaret series at Winter Park Playhouse emphasized African American artists and music.
A disenchanted ex-preacher wanders into a small town and gives them hope despite his best efforts.
Revisit the glory days of NY theater as the Cavendish family lives, loves, and occasionally need to flee the country.
A review of the hits and lesser lights of the Irving Berlin canon on stage for your entertainment.
A play within a play about a play that’s got plenty of drama inside its own drama.
A powerful musical about race opens the newly renovated Theater West End in Sanford.
The residents of impoverished Washington heights live, love, and struggle to get ahead in the middle of a blistering summer.
Local starlet Natalie Cordone makes her 9th cabaret appearance, beating out longtime rival Kevin Kelly.
Cartoon movie characters do what they do best: find love and acceptance and their true meaning complete with elaborate anthropomorphism.
A petty criminal tries to serve his sentence on the mental ward and gets a lobotomy for his trouble.