Rock of Ages Shakes Up Broadway

Not everyone will find the huge serving of 80s nostalgia and rock anthems appealing, but those tired of yet another revival might just discover their own golden ticket to the Broadway experience. In a time when theatre producers are checking pay phones for loose change, a guilty pleasure like "Rock of Ages" has potential to draw in the untraditional theatergoer, a patron that reads Perez Hilton rather than the New York Times...

Michael Riedel Does it Best

Yet, it is Michael Riedel's column in the New York Post that is both my guilty pleasure and border-line addiction. I find myself yearning for his often biting commentary on Broadway happenings...

Op-Ed: Death of a Theatre Critic

It was with great dismay that I read a recent notice in the Los Angeles Times of layoffs amongst the theatre critic and arts coverage world at publications including the LA Weekly, Daily Variety and the L.A. Daily News...

John Denver Comes Home at Rubicon

Pull out the fiddle and rosin up the bow, because we all might just be able to go home and discover we are a country boy, or girl, at heart after seeing Back Home Again: A John Denver Holiday Concert, making its world premiere at the Rubicon Theatre in Ventura, Calif.