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"It’s a delightful evening of Who mirth and Who merriment, when we join Cindy Lou for her holiday merriness...Lesli Margherita, the only cast member, is funny, and flitty, and one you’ll remember...Lombardo has written the script, it’s delightful, it’s delicious, it just does the trick. Andress’s direction, it must be admired, for his use of small space, was simply inspired...This play should be produced each holiday season, It’s cheaper than Rockettes, and probably more pleasin’." Full Review
"He gives an impressive performance as the sketchy Erie...The production is directed by Michael Grandage with a dream-like quality...The play is drawn out and repetitive leaving you wondering whether you have fallen asleep and are in a dream. Dare I question one of the great contributors of the American theatrical canon?" Full Review
"The script by Peter Morgan is quick with a one-liner and never lets the audience's mind wander...The gem in the crown that is this play is Mirren. She gives us the gift of manifestation of one of the most mysterious people in the world. She brings her to life and lets us share in just how stifling it must be to be the queen and how wonderful it is to let your hair down." Full Review
for a previous production "The show possesses a polish and finesse normally associated with a piece that has had more time to iron the kinks out...There are a couple of Mr. Brielle’s numbers in the show that could be replaced for the betterment of the production...The direction by Michael Bush is light-handed and creative...'Himself and Nora' is a worthy entry to this year’s New York Musical Theatre Festival. It had me leaving the theatre humming the songs." Full Review
"The Roundabout Theatre Company revival of 'She Loves Me' is a sheer delight that must be seen...Joe Masteroff's book is clever and pithy...'She Loves Me' was the first musical that Roundabout presented on Broadway in 1993. As they celebrate their 50th year, Roundabout and director Scott Ellis continue to prove that they know how to breathe life into classics like this lovely little gem." Full Review
"The entire production under the direction of Scott Ellis is magical. The cast, the costumes, the sets, the orchestra, the orchestrations, the choreography all combine to create pure musical bliss...Don't dawdle on getting your tickets to this sumptuous feast. You will be kicking yourself if you miss this one." Full Review
"The reason Aladdin works so well on the stage is that it always seemed destined for it. I'm happy to report that it makes the transition to stage seamlessly in a lavish and magical production that the whole family will enjoy." Full Review