In this episode, we discuss Wilbury Theatre Group's Fun Home and the national tours of Waitress (11:48) and The Band's Visit (41:36). Fans of Waitress may want to sit this one out, lol.
In this, our 13th (!!) episode, we have plenty to say about Counter-Productions Theatre Company's final show, Gidion's Knot, as well as this year's "okay but we wouldn't rush out to see this show" Tony Awards broadcast. (There are two notable exceptions to this feeling!)
We're finally back! In this incredibly long, incredibly unscripted episode, we discuss Head Trick Theatre's Goblin Market, the national touring cast of Jersey Boys (28:53) and the cast recordings of Be More Chill (53:05).
TEN YEARS LATER. . .we review the shows we saw like, a month (or more) ago: An Iliad at Trinity Rep, The Revolutionists by Epic Theatre Company, and the national tour of School of Rock at PPAC. Maybe we'll explain why this took so long next time!
We're finally back! In this episode, we talk about the national tour of Cats, and why we didn't finish watching both Oklahoma! and Rent Live. #sorrynotsorry
In this T&E Theatre Factory, we talk about the off-Broadway play Puffs, Festival Ballet Providence's production of The Nutcracker, and our top 3 shows of 2018 (plus our one, agreed upon least favorite).
We're back! Today we're talking about two Russia-based musicals, the touring cast of Anastasia and the sorely missed Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. Also, why Trinity Rep would be the best place for a regional Great Comet production. (Seriously!!) Links to Russian kitten Instagram accounts tomorrow. . .
So much to talk about! The Miss Saigon tour, two local plays, and yes, our ideas for an improved Dear Evan Hansen. Be careful opening your Playbill. . . Opening song: Falco - Der Kommissar Closing song: Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 OBC - Letters
In today's episode (mostly) Erica talks about (mostly) every version of the Phantom of the Opera, & its influence on her writing. Also, we swear more than ever. Hasa diga Daveowai! Closing song by Nightcore: https://youtu.be/e5difG-INqY
We're talking about Come From Away in this week's episode of T&E Theatre Factory, and why this is possibly THE best thing on Broadway right now. Why is this titled Hashbrowns? Well, you'll just have to listen and find out, won't you?