Ann Hampton Callaway delivers in spades.
A celebration of African-American musical theater, delivered by a talented cast.
Monheit is more than a singer. She’s a superb jazz musician.
Do I Hear a Waltz?, is not in the lexicon of memorable musical theater.
Very few people use their voice to the extent that Reeves can with impeccable phrasing, harmony and instinctual skills.
At 93, Fyvush Finkel has more energy and passion on stage than many performers barely two-thirds his age.
The ever-reliable diva, Christine Ebersole, was vocally front and center.
I have run out of adjectives, such as “mesmerizing” or “compelling” or “brilliant.”
An evening with Rachelle Ferrell is good for the soul.
Classic Gershwin is a triumphant and glorious tribute to this remarkable composer.
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