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Entries by Fern Siegel from 04/2010

Stage Door: Come Fly Away, In The Heat of the Night

| Posted 04.01.2010 | New York

Come Fly Away is a heady brew that marries the lush music and signature songs of Frank Sinatra to Twyla Tharp's striking choreography.

Stage Door: Lend Me A Tenor, Red

| Posted 04.07.2010 | New York

Lend Me A Tenor has several pluses and lots of funny moments, but the revival at the Music Box fails to hit the high notes.

Stage Door: Million Dollar Quartet, Cirque's Ovo

| Posted 04.13.2010 | New York

Great balls of fire! It's Jerry Lee, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Elvis -- and in Million Dollar Quartet, they blow the roof off a one-room sound studio in Memphis.

Stage Door: The Scottsboro Boys, The Addams Family

| Posted 04.14.2010 | New York

The Scottsboro Boys is an astounding production. In the guise of a minstrel show, it tells the tragic story of nine black boys falsely charged with raping two white women in Alabama in 1931.

Stage Door: La Cage Aux Folles, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Creditors

| Posted 04.21.2010 | New York

The revival of La Cage Aux Folles at the Longacre is glorious.

Stage Door: Sondheim on Sondheim, Collected Stories

| Posted 04.29.2010 | New York

In a 1994 New York magazine article, the cover line asks: "Is Stephen Sondheim God?" If you see Sondheim on Sondheim at Studio 54, the answer is yes.