Tag Archives: Ben Solmor
News: Ben Solmor BENefit, Coconut Grove Hearing, Curtains For Andrews Living Arts
News about benefit concert for ailing choreographer Ben Solmor, another public hearing on the Coconut Grove Playhouse set for Thursday, and Andrews Living Arts closes
Marquee’s Millie Is Blessed With Those Classic Broadway Voices
Marquee Theater Company is still an evolving troupe. but it’s a shame that this production of Thoroughly Modern Millie isn’t Carbonell Award eligible – many elements would have given other companies a run for their money at next winter’s deliberations.
Fiddler On The Roof’s Resonating Themes Echo in Marquee’s Production
When the young Boca Raton company Marquee Theater’s production nails key moments of the indestructible Fiddler on the Roof, it’s exhilirating and entertaining on its own merits; when it falters, the material is so strong that it carries the decidedly uneven show.
Love Or Hate Wildhorn, Marquee’s Jekyll & Hyde Has Two Powerful Performances
Sometimes, as with Marquee Theater’s Jekyll & Hyde, the performances are so powerful that you forget the material isn’t worthy. Wildhorn’s pop-infused power ballad-addicted aesthetic divides fans. But there’s no ambivalence in this company’s enthusiasm and strong performances of Ben Sandomir in the title roles and, Alexandria Lugo as Lucy, the hooker-with-a-heart-of-gold and vocal-chords-of-steel.
Fledgling Marquee Theater’s Songs For a New World Bares The Souls Of Young Adults
Marquee Theater Company’s production of Jason Robert Brown’s Songs For A New World slices open the studied flat affect of the “Whatever” generation to expose inner lives as vibrant, complex and tumultuous as that of any group before them.
Surprisingly Strong Aida Showcases Memorable Debut For Star Alexandria Lugo
The surprisingly impressive bow of the new Marquee Theater Company with its production of the pop musical Aida is notable for, among other things, the professional debut of its star, Alexandria Lugo
Curtain Up For Boca Troupe: Marquee Theater Company
Not meaning disrespect to local producers, but the founders of the new Marquee Theater Company opening its second show this weekend in Boca Raton argue that there is no need to go to New York to find the talent needed to mount professional musicals with an expansive scope.
Come Hear The Music Play: Darker, Lewder, Deeper Cabaret
Broward Stage Door’s courageously adult and resplendently lewd production of Cabaret ain’t your condo grandmother’s musical comedy. The only thing missing from this vision echoing the Sam Mendes revival is the nipple ring.