Tag Archive: musical

‘We Live in Cairo’: A promising, imperfect debut

CAMBRIDGE – It was the first revolution that played itself out on social media, and brought one million people out to raise their voices and topple a regime. And it was one picture… Continue reading

Speakeasy’s ‘Once’ is awash with small pleasures

BOSTON – Even Broadway, the home of such blockbusters as “Phantom of the Opera” and “Les Miserables,” occasional succumbs to the charms of a smaller, more intimate work, with the accent on characters,… Continue reading

‘She Loves Me’ is full of many small pleasures

STONEHAM – There’s no chandelier dropping from the ceiling, or dueling witches flying across the stage. The musical “She Loves Me” at the Greater Boston Stage Company is a series of small pleasures,… Continue reading

When the dancing stops, ‘Flashdance’ fizzles

  BOSTON — It’s back to the 80s at the Citi Emerson Colonial Theater. The script for the hit 1983 movie “Flashdance”was originally targeted for the stage before the rights were sold and… Continue reading

‘Witness Uganda’: An inspiring African journey

CAMBRIDGE — When you travel 7,000 miles to find yourself, what happens when you feel even more lost than you were before you started? That was the situation for a young black man… Continue reading