Neal Zoren reviews BULLETS OVER BROADWAYView More BULLETS OVER BROADWAY (Resident Theatre Company): Good work from a fledgling theater
New York City deputy mayor Charlie Brock and his wife Myra are hosting a posh party, but something is amiss.View More RUMORS (BRT): 60-second review
THE ADDAMS FAMILY is such a familiar piece, and beloved by many for various reasonsView More THE ADDAMS FAMILY (Media Theatre): A weird-family musical
Zeus has decreed that Muses from Mount Olympus are not allowed to fall in love with mortals – that includes the Muse Clio and a boy from Venice Beach. Therein lies a story of forbidden love, gumption, and sly swipes at certain Hollywood movies — especially XANADU (Universal Pictures, 1980).View More XANADU (Mazeppa Productions): A campy, aMUSEing musical
Greek mythology meets roller-disco in XANADU, a spirited send-up of American pop culture circa 1980, based on the preposterous movie of the same name starring Olivia Newton-John. Mazeppa’s exuberant production of the award-winning musical-comedy (book by Douglas Carter Beane, music and lyrics by Jeff Lynne and John Farrar) delivers an uproarious parody of both disco culture and the cult-classic film.View More XANADU (Mazeppa Productions): A Flop of a Film, but a Smash of a Show!