Baby It's You! isn't the show that critics wanted it to be. Reviewers compared it to the beloved Jersey Boys. It's a natural comparison to make, but Baby suffers as a result of these lofty expectations.
For the first time in many years, New York's Heritage of Pride Parade will have an economic justice contingent in the parade. The time is right for Queers for Economic Justice and our friends to stand strong with labor, and for labor to stand strong with us.
Celebrate Brooklyn kicked off their season of free outdoor shows last week with an opening gala featuring Andrew Bird. His set was dominated by the excellent songs of his last album, Armchair Apocrypha.
Kelli O'Hara's voice is clean, light and delicate, or so I thought until she started digging deep -- catching on fire. O'Hara is a first rate Broadway "diva" doing exactly what she wants to do without much peer.