Looking for something to watch today? Here’s a one-act play by Ken Levine (“Cheers,” “Frasier,” “M*A*S*H”), with Joely Fisher and Tim Daly as stars of a 1990s sitcom who reunite after 25 years. Great performances — and funny, too!
When I heard yesterday that Christopher Plummer had died at 91, I racked my brain to come up with a story about him — then remembered this, from a theatrical performance I witnessed forty years ago.
For the Picture Of The Day, here’s Broadway star Brad Oscar singing a parody version of a “Guys and Dolls” song aimed at the Loser-In-Chief.
Last year, I raved about a Broadway play called “What The Constitution Means To Me.” Before its run ended, it was filmed, and that production will begin streaming tomorrow on Prime Video. Here’s my preview.
Here are my reviews of two magic shows and two plays, produced via Zoom for viewing at home during the pandemic, we’ve watched recently.
Picture Of The Day: In 1956, Julie Andrews played Eliza Doolittle in the first Broadway production of “My Fair Lady.” Fifteen years later, Dick Cavett got her to sing one of the show’s signature songs on his ABC show, and it was perfect.
When “La La Land” came out in 2016, I said it was a movie that would be rewatched on cable for a long time. Three and a half years later, I found it on HBO and enjoyed it all over again. But I still have a question.
Picture Of The Day: forty-four members of the cast of the 2006 revival of “A Chorus Line” created this quarantine edition of the opening number of the show.