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Bullets Over Broadway

Big Dreams Over Broadway (#ArtofY)

Alex Schattner | Posted 09.30.2014 | Arts
Alex Schattner

Do you have big Broadway dreams? Read on as Synthia Link, a Swing in Bullets Over Broadway, shares how she landed her versatile and coveted role in Mel Brooks' jazz-age spectacle.

On the Culture Front: Red-Eye to Havre de Grace, The Few and more

Chris Kompanek | Posted 07.19.2014 | New York
Chris Kompanek

Broadway is having a banner year, and for the first time in a while, new American plays are a significant part of the lineup. If you let it wash through you, this surreal and satisfying one act has more to say about modern existence than could ever be conveyed simply with plot.

Stage Door: Bullets Over Broadway, Violet, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill

Fern Siegel | Posted 06.20.2014 | Arts
Fern Siegel

Is art worth killing for? Woody Allen's new Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway, an entertaining romp, thinks so.

The Woody Persona: Bullets Over Broadway and Fading Gigolo

Regina Weinreich | Posted 06.18.2014 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

In the hilarious old-school tradition, Bullets Over Broadway at the St. James Theater, based on Woody Allen's 1994 film of the same name, features a w...

Bullets Over Broadway Comes with Guns Blazing

Danny Groner | Posted 06.17.2014 | New York
Danny Groner

With Woody Allen at the helm, Zach Braff in a starring role, and a rich ensemble cast that earns both laughs and applause, Bullets Over Broadway has a lot to offer.

'If You Like The Movie, You're Going To Love The Musical'

Wilborn Hampton | Posted 04.11.2014 | Arts
Wilborn Hampton

If you liked the movie, you're going to love the musical. Woody Allen and Susan Stroman have transformed Bullets Over Broadway into a hit show (pun in...

Aisle View: Don't Speak! Don't Sing!

Steven Suskin | Posted 06.10.2014 | Arts
Steven Suskin

Susan Stroman, the director/choreographer who worked with Mel Brooks on the aforementioned blockbuster, has now joined forces with Allen but lightning is not striking twice. The main culprit, it turns out, is those songs.

We're Getting Into a Weird Area: Tootsie and More

Cara Joy David | Posted 10.26.2012 | Arts
Cara Joy David

Ladies and gentlemen -- everything comes back around; everything old is new again; if you wait long enough, people forget. Except, I rarely completely forget in-development Broadway musicals. And I don't like when journalists treat old things as new.