- Music Reviews
- February 26, 2020
Sin Parar. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A long night’s journey in the Restoration
Chekov’s tale of family disintegration reappears in the late 20th century.
Eight new plays draw raucous laughter in this season’s version of Play De Luna.
Sleeping your way to the top is one thing, but killing your way up there works a just as well.
A writer hits a dry spell and then murders his wife, all in the name of making a hit.
The poverty-stricken Bennett clan struggles to marry off their daughters in hopes of getting a retirement income.
A bright uplifting musical theater views of mental illness.
Marriage is tough, especially when there are no eligible members of the opposite sex.
Eleven new short plays by various writers that use every popular first name from the past 20 years.
Dickens started a murder mystery but failed to finish it due to his own death. Can you find the killer?
A post-post-apocalyptic story of love, sex, and small fish.
Mel Brooks’ best comedy ever returns to put on some Ritz.
A play within a play about a play that’s got plenty of drama inside its own drama.
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 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.
More American History than you can shake a stick at, assuming you stopped laughing long enough to find a stick at.