- Music Reviews
- April 23, 2019
Forever Overhead (Arts & Crafts). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
A retired couple deal with senility and their daughters love life in a family cabin in rural Maine.
Ralphie wants a BB Gun. Santa delivers.
Dickens started a murder mystery but failed to finish it due to his own death. Can you find the killer?
Charles Shultz’s best loved Peanuts TV Special comes to the stage.
Ebenezer gets the capitalism scared out of him in this holiday classic.
Experience the life Odysseus’s wife Penelope lived while he was off having fun making love and war throughout the Mediterranean.
Holidays and pink slips lead to fine singing and a heartwarming finish in this musical holiday special.
Puppets have sex. Where do you think little puppets come from?
Two drifters run into serious trouble in the Central Valley during depression era California.
A musical about attempts to assassinate The President. Only Sondheim could pull it off.
Five women form a close friendship in an elite eastern college during the heady days of the feminist revolution.
Laura Hodos continues to homestead the Winter Park cabaret scene with this retrospective of songs made popular in movies, but still ended up on stage.
A lonely house wife finds liberation in a brief fling with a passing photographer.
A love triangle where no one gets what they want.
A post-post-apocalyptic story of love, sex, and small fish.
A man with a secret keeps it hidden until his death.
Mel Brooks’ best comedy ever returns to put on some Ritz.
What if Gilbert and Sullivan did “Chicago” with the cast of “Happy Days”?
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.