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The choreographer discusses her work on Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
The director/choreographer on reviving On the Town at Regent’s Park Open Air. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
From Singin’ in the Rain and Anything Goes to Hello, Dolly! and Mary Poppins, Olivier Award winner Stephen Mear has done more than any other British choreographer to usher classic musicals into the modern era. But adept as he is … Continue reading
I wouldn’t want to imply that the producers of Strictly have some kind of substance-abuse problem and/or are suffering a collective nervous breakdown. It’s just difficult to find another explanation for the acid-trip train wreck that was Movie Week. Or, … Continue reading
Is forced abduction really a suitable subject for rollicking musical theatre? That’s the difficult needle Seven Brides for Seven Brothers has to thread, and its combination of jaunty ditties, zany antics and sensational dance numbers very nearly distracts from the darkness at … Continue reading