After all the crazy that has happened, Monday night the Wall Street Journal confirmed that Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark will be closing early January 2014. The $75-million production is not even close to recouping it’s initial investment but has taken in $203 million dollars since opening in 2011 according to The New York Times. Clearly all […]Read more "“Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark” is Flying into Las Vegas (Like it Should Be)"
Duncan Sheik played at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas on November 9th, 2012 as a part of the Sunset Sessions tour. It was an awesome show even though it was super cold! Duncan Sheik debuted a new song which I absolutely loved. I think it was called, “To Be Alive.” But I loved it. […]Read more "Photo Review: Duncan Sheik @ Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, 11/09/12"
Disclaimer: I didn’t see every play and musical in the Bay Area or on Broadway, so unfortunately this isn’t a comprehensive list. I did see over 60 productions this year and saw a wide variety of plays and musicals at most of the Bay Area Theatre companies and several in Las Vegas, London and New […]Read more "Top 10 Best Plays/Musicals of 2010"
The lyrics “Oh, what a night!” resonant loudly in the custom built Palazzo Theater and I think, “I couldn’t agree more”. I keep having to remind myself that this is a musical and it’s not okay to sing along with the band. The Las Vegas production of Jersey Boys is so engaging that even someone […]Read more "Theatre Review: “Jersey Boys” @ The Palazzo, 02/21/10"
It’s called Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular for a reason. Phantom in Las Vegas is spectacular. There’s really no other way to describe it. From the gorgeous 40-million dollar theatre (specifically built for this production), to the stunning costumes, amazing special effects, falling chandelier (in four parts) and incredible set design, Phantom does not […]Read more "Theatre Review: “Phantom” @ The Venetian Resort, 02/20/10"
To the West Coast, New York City can be quite the journey! It usually takes most of the day (or night – if you take the red eye) to get there and then you have to deal with the 3-hour time difference. Though New York City is thrilling and one of my favorite cities, it […]Read more "The Las Vegas Broadway Weekend"