Monthly Archives: August 2010

Midtown Direct Rep: NYTimes Feature

Check out this article at NYTimes.com about this new repertory company in South Orange, New Jersey. The company is presenting a reading of TRW’s THE GIRL IN THE FRAME at the South Orange Performing Arts Center on September 1st and 2nd, 2010. THE GIRL IN THE FRAME is a delightful, delicious, sexy and sweet musical… Read more »

CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS Is A New Classic

The spirit, strength, and theme  CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS delivers is not your usual musical theatre fare, but has the potential to make this show a classic. All of the necessary ingredients are here: a plot that will warm your heart and remind you of the goodness in life, winning characters you want to cheer for and… Read more »

History Repeating: ENTER THE GUARDSMAN Brings a Refreshing Look and Modern Humor to a Classic Story

What can turn an early 20th-century play by Hungarian dramatist Ferenc Molnar into a super-successful chamber musical? A little Sondheim, a little cynicism, and a lot of wit brings Molnar’s popular play “The Guardsman” to modern audiences in the form of Enter the Guardsman, a delightful musical that may just be heralding the future of musical theatre. Staying true… Read more »

CURTAINS Wows Audiences at Music Theatre of Wichita

Music Theatre of Wichita just wrapped up its 39th season with a smash production of Curtains. With a cast including both Wichita natives and Broadway veterans, this larger-than-life, multi-layered musical extravaganza left Wichita audiences with a colorful, lively final note to its season full of Broadway classics, including Gypsy and Annie. Year after year, Music Theatre of… Read more »