Cocktales

DO me DATE me DUMP me Review by Angela Juarez Date Me, Do Me, Dump Me the Musical was about these three ladies who like to explore, date around with some fellas, and then come back to the bar to talk about their latest dating experiences with them. Either good or bad dates, the experience brings them…

The Songs of Colleen

“Scores” of new musicals are coming our way! Where better to find one of the more poignant than at the elegant Feinstein’s/54 Below. The Francis sisters – Jessica Francis Fichter and Colleen Francis – lead a team of elite musical masters to present a stunning concert version of an engaging, romantic, fascinating musical piece called DANDELION.  For…

Wig Stock: The Many Frocks of Robert Hofmann

Review by Evan Meena The days of the old English musical hall danced hand-in-hand with the edgy step of the downtown cabaret when Robert Hofmann presented his one-man musical straight from Australia, What the fandango at the revelation theatre at St. John ’s during Pride Month. The partition-covered-with costumes and the classic instrumentation (Will Holshouser…

Talented Trio Tackle Traditional Tunes

Review: “The American Dream: a story of two Crazy Broke Asians” at the Duplex By Anthony J. Piccione It’s a timeless story, which is just as relatable and engaging today – if not more so – as it was over 50 years ago: A young woman from another coming to America, in the hopes of…