by: Dan Mason (@djdan1079) So the Tony nominations are out, Whaddya think? Were your favorite shows and performers recognized?? Here are my 7 biggest questions after seeing the list of nominees: 1) The final score was Porgy & Bess: 10, Follies: 8. How ironic given the fact that Stephen Sondheim was so quick to destroy […]Read more "Tony Awards- 7 Burning Questions"
by: Dan Mason (@djdan1079) We are just about 12 hours away from the announcement of this year’s Tony nominees, and in the final installment of this series, we will make predictions for which shows will be competing for musical theatre’s highest honor. Best Revival of a Musical There seems to be an overall consensus that […]Read more "Tony Award Predictions- Part 3"
by: Dan Mason (@djdan1079) As the theatre community gets ready for the Tony nominations on Tuesday, we are back with part 2 of our fearless predictions. Best Featured Actor in a Musical As deep as the leading actor category feels this year, the pool of candidates for featured actor category feels equally shallow. There do seem […]Read more "Tony Award Predictions- Part 2"
by: Dan Mason (@djdan1079) We are just days away from the announcement of this season’s Tony Award nominees. Over the next 48 hours, the Broadway Critic blog staff will be making some predictions of our own as to who will be recognized on Broadway’s biggest night. Best Actor In a Musical What an incredible […]Read more "Tony Award Predictions- Best Actor/Actress"
From the poll that I published on Monday, it looks like that the 2011 Tony Awards were a huge success! Currently, 71% of the people that took the poll said they absolutely loved them! Personally, I thought it was entertaining, interesting and I loved the performances, though I had some reservations about a few (specifically, […]Read more "The 2011 Tony Award Performances"
What did you think? Did you like the Beacon Theatre? What about the performances? Take the poll and discuss in the comments!Read more "Poll: Did You Enjoy the 2011 Tony Awards?"
Here are my 2010 Tony Award predictions. Granted, I didn’t see every play (I actually didn’t see most of them – only Time Stands Still), nor every musical (missed Ragtime, Million Dollar Quartet, La Cage aux Folles and Promises, Promises) but saw quite a few on this list. I also don’t agree with all of the nominations. […]Read more "The Broadway Critic’s Tony Award Predictions"