A.D. Amorosi

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Reviews (8)
Variety

"Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Unmasked’: Theater Review Though occasionally flawed, this stripped-down theatrical take on Lloyd Webber’s musical catalog is right on time after the cinematic debacle of 'Cats.'" Full Review

Variety

"Judy Garland Bio ‘Chasing Rainbows’ The biopic with Renée Zellweger is a perfect set-up for this new musical about Judy Garland's early years." Full Review

Variety

"Composer Jim Steinman turns his platinum-plated albums for Meat Loaf into a torrid tale of gangly gang romance, immortality and baffling choreography." Full Review

Variety

"There is a breathless quality to everything that squeaky baritone Roland does in his attempt to break free and be cool. And those thrills aren’t just for kids. Traditional theatergoing audiences...will find delicious favor in Iconis’ contagious melodies and tricky lyrics...The Broadway 'Be More Chill' feels more even and flows more smoothly than it did Off Broadway...Still, rushed or relaxed, 'Be More Chill' is Broadway’s wiliest and socially savviest night out for teens and parents alike." Full Review

Greater Clements
Upper W Side
Variety

"Samuel D. Hunter’s new play, now at Lincoln Center with stage legend Judith Ivey, dives deep – literally." Full Review

Variety

"Directed at a quick clip by Michael Mayer, this 'Little Shop' is played out on the small, tight stage of the Westside Theater with an ever-growing, masterfully manipulated plant. The close confines give this 'Little Shop' the intimacy of home viewing." Full Review

Broadway Bounty Hunter
West Village
Variety

"'Be More Chill' composer Joe Iconis custom-builds a daffy love letter to actress Annie Golden and to the business of Broadway." Full Review

Variety

"Roland’s best musical moment comes early in the show with squeakily and eloquently-rendered lines...For Salazar, his nervous 'Michael in the Bathroom' is a second act tour de force, a rollercoaster ride of anxiety-driven vocal emotionalism and melodic complexity...Stephen Brackett and Beowulf Boritt make the action swift, and the glossy, 80s-like setting sleek and techy without New Wave kitsch. No theater piece has made tech-nerdiness look or sound as modern and warm." Full Review