Tag Archives: Richard Rodgers

Bookshelf: Hirschfeld, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Michael Caine

If you’re a theater aficionado and received a nice check from your mother for the holidays or maybe from a busy relative gave you a gift card to Barnes & Noble, what should you spend it on? Here’s our review of a few books related to the arts.

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National Tour of Cinderella Has Unintentional Bite This Season

We were planning just to freshen up the review from when the national tour of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella played the Arsht and the Kravis two years ago, and note that this was a new non-Equity cast visiting the Broward Center through Christmas Day. But Donald Trump got in the way.

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Theater Shelf: Philharmonic’s Staged Concert of Carousel On Line For Very Limited Time

Act quickly – you only have a few days to view one of the greatest concert presentations of a musical that I’ve ever seen … the New York Philharmonic’s staging of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel.

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Theater Shelf: Rodgers & Hammerstein Shows You Haven’t Seen, Irving Berlin Reader, Broadway MVPs,

Theater Shelf, a recurring feature, reviews recently-released books, CDs and DVDs of interest to theater lovers. Some are popular titles like a new Original Cast Recording, others are works you’ll be intrigued by, but didn’t even know about. By Brad …

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Scaled Back South Pacific Is Still a Moving Classic At Broward Center

There’s a warm validation of our sensibilities in seeing a classic part of our culture fabric done right, really right.This second national tour of South Pacific at the Broward Center envelops the willing participant in a sense that when the American Musical Theater is at its best – intelligently executed, sensitively acted and lushly produced – that it takes a back seat to no other art form.

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