If you’ve noticed, I’ve taken a little break in my theatre going over the last two months. I needed it after seeing over 60 shows last year alone. And frankly, there weren’t a lot of shows that struck my fancy over the last two months. Right now, I have five shows on the books and […]Read more "2011 March Bay Area Theatre Guide"
This past October was a big month of theatre for The Broadway Critic. I saw six shows in New York City – some great, some awful. Here’s the list with their accompanying reviews: 10/07/10 – The Scottsboro Boys @ Lyceum Theatre – 2 out of 5 stars 10/07/10 – Without You @ NYMF (featuring Anthony Rapp) – […]Read more "2010 November Bay Area Theatre Guide"
Can you believe it? School is starting, summer is nearing it’s end and generally it should be very depressing, right? Wrong. There’s so much great theatre happening in September that it should keep you totally occupied from the fall blues. Currently, I have 10 shows scheduled to see in September and I have a feeling […]Read more "2010 September Bay Area Theatre Guide"
Here are The Broadway Critic’s picks for Bay Area Theatre this weekend: 1. Peter Pan – Ferry Landing: “To live would be an awfully great adventure,” Peter Pan states at the end of Act 2. That statement perfectly sums up the new 360 degree production of Peter Pan – it’s an awfully great big adventure, surrounded […]Read more "Bay Area Theatre: Weekend Picks, May 14-16"
Here are The Broadway Critic’s picks for Bay Area Theatre this weekend: 1. Peter Pan at Ferry Building (San Francisco) – While this hasn’t officially opened, (so therefore, I haven’t seen it) word on the street is that Peter Pan is a totally new and exciting theatrical experience – one that you won’t want to […]Read more "Bay Area Theatre: Weekend Picks, April 30 – May 2"
Here are The Broadway Critic’s picks for Bay Area Theatre this weekend: 1. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at Broadway by the Bay – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a total riot. I won lottery tickets to this on Broadway and sat on the front row as Sherie Rene Scott, Norbert Leo Butz and John Lithgow all spat […]Read more "Bay Area Theatre: Weekend Picks, April 2-4"