Theater Review

Interviews: Director Jessica Burr and Writer Matt Opatrny on ‘The Snow Queen’

ScreenPicks posed some questions to director Jessica Burr and writer Matt Opatrny about this stage production of "The Snow Queen."

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Theater Preview: What’s Coming Up in November at the Café Carlyle

The Café Carlyle is featuring a number of talented artists to warm up and enliven a chill, fall November evening. Here's a preview!

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Theater Review: ‘Attack of the Elvis Impersonators’

It is hard to turn down an invitation to see a musical with a name like "Attack of the Elvis Impersonators," a vivacious musical, with book, music and lyrics by Lory Lazurus. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: Lisa Loeb at the Café Carlyle

Celebrated singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb made a sparkling debut last week at the Café Carlyle. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: Antonia Bennett at the Café Carlyle

Antonia Bennett, daughter of the legendary singer Tony Bennett, makes her debut at the Café Carlyle. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: Jackie Evancho at the Café Carlyle

Celebrated singer Jackie Evancho makes her Café Carlyle debut. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: John O’Hurley at the Café Carlyle

John O'Hurley, of "Seinfeld" and "Dancing with the Stars" fame, recently made his Café Carlyle debut. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: Joan Osborne at Café Carlyle

Joan Osborne makes her return engagement to the Carlyle for another evening entirely devoted to the music of the singer/songwriter. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: Jill Kargman at the Café Carlyle

Jill Kargman makes her debut at the prestigious Café Carlyle. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Stage Review: Kathleen Turner and the Rioult Dance NY

Kathleen Turner appears with the dynamic Rioult Dance NY.

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Stage Review: ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’

A new production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" is cast with a bevy of talented, confident and precocious child actors who bring the celebrated comic strip to life.

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Stage Review: Lena Hall at the Café Carlyle 

The spring season of the Café Carlyle is ending on a high note with the appearance of multi-talented Lena Hall.

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Stage Review: ‘The Engine of Our Ruin’

Bruce Haring reviews playwright Jason Wells’ "The Engine of Our Ruin," a political comedy debuting May at the Victory Theatre Center in Burbank.

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Stage Review: ‘American Psycho ‘

The question presented in the new musical "American Psycho" is what lies behind Patrick Bateman's perfectly tailored and composed facade. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Stage Review: Megan Hilty at the Café Carlyle

Megan Hilty makes a successful return engagement to The Café Carlyle and celebrates Rosemary Clooney, aunt of George Clooney.

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