Tag Archives: Thomas Kail
Report From New York: Joshua Henry’s Superb Performance Enhances Powerful Wrong Man
Let’s get it out quickly because this show’s twice-extended off-Broadway run at the MCC Theater ends Nov. 24. The Wrong Man is a superbly wrought, profoundly affecting work, ranking up there with Floyd Collins. And Joshua Henry’s soaring passion-infused central performance is inarguably among the finest examples of musical theater acting I have ever seen.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged MCC Theater, Ross Golan, The Wrong Man, Thomas Kail, Travis Wall Leave a comment
Report From New York: Yeah, Hamilton Is The Game Changer
From the defiant, fierce and joyful opening phrases about a bastard immigrant destined to become “a hero and a scholar,” Hamilton proves itself an electrifying game changer in the world of musical theater – and then continues to do it for another 2 hours and 45 minutes.
Posted in Performances Tagged Andrew Rannells, Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr., Lin-Manuel Miranda, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Thomas Kail Leave a comment