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Flashback Friday: ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ lends music to the best of times, the worst of times

Flashback Friday: ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ lends music to the best of times, the worst of times

A Tale of Two Cities is a wonderful musical based on the book of the same name by Charles Dickens. The short-lived Broadway run lasted a whopping 72 performances in the… Read more »

Flashback Friday: Why Broadway’s short-lived ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ should ride again

Flashback Friday: Why Broadway’s short-lived ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ should ride again

Some of the most compelling musicals are those that give real humanity to the bad guys. So it was only a matter of time before the story of America’s most… Read more »

Flashback Friday: ‘The Music Man’ marches into the hearts of fans

Flashback Friday: ‘The Music Man’ marches into the hearts of fans

A musical set in small-town middle America in the early twentieth century may not sound like the most exciting show to ever hit Broadway, especially compared to the spectacles that… Read more »

Flashback Friday: Fans will never say goodbye to ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

Flashback Friday: Fans will never say goodbye to ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

Fangirling is a phenomenon that has been sweeping the world for decades. And way back in 1960, a musical opened on Broadway that exaggerated these first fangirls while simultaneously showcasing… Read more »

Flashback Friday: ‘A Chorus Line’ remains a ‘singular sensation’

Flashback Friday: ‘A Chorus Line’ remains a ‘singular sensation’

A musical that is truly “one singular sensation” does not come around very often. But in 1975, A Chorus Line opened on Broadway and became a sensation unlike anything that… Read more »

Flashback Friday: ’13’ is a gem for teenage audiences

Flashback Friday: ’13’ is a gem for teenage audiences

A musical that celebrates the struggles of young adolescence with a teenage cast and band may not be your traditional Broadway show. But for pre-teens and teens who felt a… Read more »