Early on in Songs for Nobodies, Bea Appleton observes that happiness is really just “ordinary misery without extraordinary fear.” Bea Who? Exactly the point. Joanna Murray-Smith’s musical play, which premiered in […]
Harmony France and Christina Hall trade off the two roles in this warmhearted story based on real events.
When he gets going, even his scene partners stop and stare.
A resonant period piece and a musical that does it better than the movie are among this week’s best bets.
H.M.S. Pinafore, Sean Graney’s latest Gilbert & Sullivan adaptation for the Hypocrites, flips the sexes as an opening move.