Concert Review/Q&A: Darren Criss

The audience at Parker Playhouse received quite a treat Tuesday night with the final performance of the Broadway Concert Series, which featured actor and musician Darren Criss with curator and accompanist Seth Rudetsky, whose own show can be heard on Sirius XM’s On Broadway station. The pair brought both laughs and talents into theater with…

How Broadway Is Striking A Chord With Millennial Audiences

Kander and Ebb’s 2006 musical, “Curtains,” says there’s “a special kind of people known as show people.” That cannot be truer, but I feel in our day and age, too many people still think of Broadway as the old Ethel Merman-Cole Porter type stuff that does not necessarily appeal to a Millennial audience. However, that…

“The Phantom of the Opera” Changes Its Ways

There is nothing more magical than seeing “The Phantom of the Opera” on the stage for the very first time. Between the extravagant costumes, off-the-chart vocals and that dazzling chandelier, there is so much to keep one entertained for the two and half hour run time. While the latest production still has all of those…

“It’s Only A Play” On Broadway

Comedy duo Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane are taking over Broadway once again with Terrence McNally’s new play comically entitled “It’s Only a Play.”

There’s Something About Nick

Since breaking away from the Jonas Brothers and going solo, Nick Jonas has been proving that he is a force to be reckoned with.