- Music Reviews
- November 18, 2019
Mad Lad A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry (BMG). Review by Joe Frietze.
Small town people have big time dreams, even if they aren’t real.
The poverty-stricken Bennett clan struggles to marry off their daughters in hopes of getting a retirement income.
Cowboys and courtesans, oh my!
Four women enlist for the war, and they survive. Sort of.
A look back at a few 2019 Fringe shows that involved the Seminole State students and faculty.
A young woman climbs to the top of Argentinian politics and becomes the pop star voice of her nation.
A bright uplifting musical theater views of mental illness.
Blacks fight for equality as immigrants fight for survival and whites fight to reach the North pole.
Jazz and Disney and plenty of piano. There’s only one place THAT could be…
Two immigrants take two different career paths in the LA Television business.
Breakthrough performs some of their favorite tunes from their last Five years of musicals
A woman and her playwright can’t decide on a through line.
The idle rich fuss and feud as WW1 builds up a head of steam.
Second time may be lucky, but not without some serious drama along the way.
We explore the inner workings of our judicial system in this legal thriller.
Nudity and gore meet in this clunky but entertaining film.
A stage adaptation of a hit movie about a female steel worker with a yen to dance.
A young music agent struggles with his hot talent and his fiery fiancé as he seeks success in the business of rock and roll.
Well, they made it this far. Let’s see what they’ve accomplished.
Hanna Laird starts out an awkward kid and ends up semi-famous in this charming one-woman cabaret.