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The actor and astrologer talks Strictly and new show The Golden Age of Dance. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here Advertisements
The dancer talks Strictly, choreographing and new tour Keep Dancing. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
Rather than trying to mitigate the outlandishness and supremely dodgy sexual politics of this classic American musical, Rachel Kavanaugh’s smartly knowing production makes its absurdity a giddy virtue. A 1954 MGM Golden Age oddity adapted for stage in 1978, it … Continue reading
Legendary movie musicals director? You’re thinking Vincente Minnelli, Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly – not Charles Walters. But, as Brent Phillips argues cogently in his illuminating new book, that exclusion is simply unjust. Charles “Chuck” Walters’ work has certainly left an … Continue reading
My articles in the December issue of Dance Today, out tomorrow: Strictly international From India to Finland, South Africa to Turkey, how the hit BBC show travels around the world Top cat As the West End revival opens, groundbreaking choreographer Gillian Lynne recalls the creation of Cats … 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
Yet another classic film-turned-musical hits the West End with the arrival of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, but unlike recent turkey Fatal Attraction, this story of conmen peddling tall tales to heiresses in a fantasy French Riviera is ripe for the razzle-dazzle … Continue reading