One of the great strengths of the Off-Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors is its location at the Westside Arts Theatre on 43rd Street and 9th Avenue. The well-worn venue, with a capacity of just 270 seats, is the perfect setting for this off-beat, sci-fi musical about a man-eating plant that takes over a … Read more →
News & Announcements
News & Announcements
- Sounds of Broadway posts an hour long podcast each week entitled On Broadway. The podcast will become available on Friday of each week. The content can be thematic in nature, focus on a specific artist or an interview with a theater personality. For information on how to subscribe or download individuals episodes, go to our PODCASTS page.
The Sounds of Broadway podcast, On Broadway, recognizes Forbidden Broadway. A new edition is playing Off-Broadway until January 2020. To celebrate, a sampling from previous Forbidden Broadway productions.
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Stuart Brown, founder of Sounds on Broadway, is also a member of the Outer Critics Circle. Read his reviews of the Off-Broadway and Broadway stage at stuonbroadway.blogspot.com.
The latest from “Stu on Broadway”
The glitz and unabashed spectacle of a big budget Broadway musical is in full display at Moulin Rouge. The show, based on the movie of the same name, is a feast for the eyes, an aural sensation that, when pulsating on all cylinders, is an astounding piece of theater. Like the film, Moulin Rouge takes place in the … Read more →
Another New York City production of Fiddler on the Roof so soon after the 2015 Broadway revival? Yes, and this version, done entirely in Yiddish, demands to be seen. The language, which could be a barrier for many, is a non-issue (there are brief translations in English and Russian projected off to each side of the … Read more →