A return to the original Kern-Hammerstein score, restored songs, and an oversize orchestra and cast bring this classic musical back to life on PBS.
From October 9-25, Audrey II will be chomping her way through the cast of Little Shop of Horrors. If you have never seen this on stage, it’s time to treat yourself to one of the funniest musicals ever.
All of the arts come together at the Mac as a musical about a roller disco takes place in the theatre that was once a roller disco itself.
Winner of a Tony for Best Musical, “Millie” brings together a poor girl looking for a rich husband, a rich boy not looking for love, a rich girl looking for friends, and a scheming landlady with a dastardly plot for young women ‘sad to be awe arone in da wirld’.
Max Bialystock and wanna-be producer/accountant Leo Bloom hatch the perfect scheme: stage a show that is bound to be a flop, get $2,000,000 from eager backers, take the money and run.
Mac-Haydn newcomers Mia Pinero and Jarrett Jay Yoder are a knockout as they lead the cast as Maria and Tony in West Side Story.
The 1950’s were a very different time. Our dueling critics, Burns and Cane, explain the pre-tech era in which “Bells Are Ringing” takes place, and Ethan Heard’s staging with Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat in the leading roles.