Drowning in sass, Becoming Britney at Center Rep is a 90-minute whirlwind adventure that focuses in on Britney Spears’ life when she checks herself into rehab after her head-shaving debacle in 2007. Most of the main material stems from Spear’s life circa 2004-2007, when she was out-of-control and constantly in the media and tabloids. The […]Read more "Theatre Review: “Becoming Britney” @ Center Rep, 10/30/10"
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"
Adam Barry, playing Man 1, in the new production of Becoming Britney, had some time in between his busy work and rehearsal schedule to answer a few questions for us about his upcoming role in the West Coast premiere of Becoming Britney. It opens this Saturday at Center Rep in Walnut Creek. Make sure you get your […]Read more "Interview with Adam Barry – starring in “Becoming Britney” @ Center Rep"
September started with a bang! I saw 8 shows last month all over the Bay Area ranging from San Francisco to Berkeley, down to San Jose and everywhere in between. Berkeley Rep’s Compulsion starring Mandy Patinkin was by far the best show of the month. It was a riveting new drama that shouldn’t be missed. […]Read more "2010 October Bay Area Theatre Guide"
It’s adorable. It’s darling. It’s cute. It’s a musical theatre version of a chick-flick movie. After all, She Loves Me is based on the play, Parfumerie, by Miklos Laszlo which also inspired the more well-known Jimmy Stewart movie, “The Shop Around the Corner”. Then in the 90’s it was remade into the ultimate chick-flick starring Meg Ryan […]Read more "Theatre Review: “She Loves Me” @ Center Rep, 09/07"
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"