We bring you into the world of the Tony Awards as we adulates, critiques and revels in past performances. Check in on Tuesday’s to see the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Definitely one of the most hyped shows of the season, the Matilda cast does not disappoint during the 2013 Tony Awards. The entire performance is so well crafted and gives you a small taste of what makes the show so special: an amazingly cruel performance by Bertie Carvel, kids who are talented beyond believe (like actually… it’s not fair), and dynamic staging that dazzles. More
“Ever since I was a child, I tried to be the best…so what happened?”
After hearing those first few lyrics while watching the 2011 Tony Awards broadcast with friends, I knew the Book of Mormon was for me! More
In honour of my recent New York trip, this week’s performance will be from the re-visal (revival-revised) production of Cinderella! This Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was originally written for television in 1957 as a vehicle for Julie Andrews. Subsequent television remakes were produced with both Lesley Ann Warren and Brandy Norwood (yes that Brandy…) in the leading role. More
You can’t write a blog about the Tony Awards and NOT mention the 1982 Dreamgirls performance. More
The 2006 Broadway revival of Company is one of the finest musical productions you will ever see. Director John Doyle continues his journey through the Sondheim catalogue using his trademark direction of replacing a formal orchestra with the actors themselves providing the orchestral accompaniment. More