Tag: CJ Johnson

Posted in Musicals Open Air Theatre Theatre Theatre review Zinnie Harris

Review: 101 Dalmatians, Open Air Theatre

Long-awaited and strong of pedigree, this musical version of 101 Dalmatians at the Open Air Theatre proves…

Posted in Musicals News Open Air Theatre Theatre Zinnie Harris

Some more musicals casting news for March

Just as I published one set of casting news for forthcoming musicals, then a whole lot more…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Lorraine Hansberry National Theatre News Peter Shaffer Shakespeare Terence Rattigan Theatre

News: National Theatre at Home final phase

The National Theatre has announced a further five productions that will be streamed as a part of…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2019

Review: Small Island, National Theatre

Andrea Levy’s novel Small Island comes to life most beautifully in this adaptation by Helen Edmundson at…

Posted in Cast Recordings Lin-Manuel Miranda Music Musicals Stephen Schwartz Theatre

Album reviews: Working / Bat out of Hell / 42nd Street

A trio of West End cast recordings (well, one’s off-West-End…) show that it is sometimes hard to…

Posted in Albums Broadway Cast Recordings Conor McPherson Curtain Up Show Album of the Year Dan Gillespie Sells David Hein Irene Sankoff Music Musicals Not-London Pasek + Paul Stephen Sondheim Stiles + Drewe Theatre awards

The Curtain Up Show Album of the Year 2017 nominees

Best UK Cast Recording 42nd Street – 2017 London Cast Recording Bat Out Of Hell The Musical…

Posted in Musicals Theatre West End

Not-a-re-review: 42nd Street, Theatre Royal Drury Lane

When someone says do you want a free ticket for 42nd Street… When someone says are you…

Posted in Musicals Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: 42nd Street, Theatre Royal Drury Lane

“You’re going out a youngster, but you’ve got to come back a star” In the rush to…

Posted in Musicals Theatre West End

Preview – 42 reasons to see 42nd Street

“Where the underworld can meet the elite… Naughty Bawdy Gaudy Sporty Forty-Second Street!” I was lucky enough…