I write about the Tony Awards a lot. I admit it. A couple of weeks ago, The New York Post's Michael Riedel wrote about Cabaret's potential eligibility...
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She was lucky in that she did what she was born to do: be an outstanding entertainer and heal those who allowed her in. If only she could have healed herself.
There are two nominated individuals whom I believe deserved to win Tony Awards over their competition: Tracie Bennett and Hugh Vanstone.
Watching this play, you understand that the high price of a performance means more than the cost of your ticket.
Instagram just may be taking over the world. Mark Zuckerberg is a fan, we are obsessed and now even Broadway is jumping on the bandwagon.
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Do not miss Tracie Bennett as Judy Garland. The petite frame, boyish chestnut do, twitchy gesture, agile thrashing, lusty bravado, pouting tantrums, and powerhouse voice, Tracie Bennett has the "Over the Rainbow" girl down.
Does director Terry Johnson see to it that Bennett delivers a terrifyingly manic version of "Come Rain or Come Shine" supposed to mimic Garland at her hopped-up worst? What do you think?
It is March 19, 2012 and the Belasco Theater in New York is debuting the preview of End of the Rainbow, the story of the last brilliant weeks in the life of Judy Garland
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