- Music Reviews
- October 19, 2018
Poor Until Payday (Family Owned Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
When vaudeville died, a new form of dancing gives hope to those who can’t make it on the radio.
Should he date the boy or the girl? Why not both? We’ll tell you why in this musical of confused feelings.
Life and love unfold at a roadside hotel packed with charm and subtext.
A woman sets out to fact check her new boyfriend and ends up with more facts than she intended.
A young ne’er-do-well meets a magical guitar that cleans him up and takes him far.
Perhaps its the cold, perhaps it’s the poverty, perhaps it’s all just magic, but this tale of a young boy in love with horses is as heartwarming as you could hope for.
Opera and traditional Spanish music underscore a romantic new musical still in work.
A fantasy about living and working in Barbara Streisand’s basement to make her happy.
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.