All posts tagged "metrostage"

  • MetroStage’s Holiday Musical Spoofing Broadway, Dickens

    Last week Metro Weekly offered a roundup of many of the holiday-themed shows and events on tap this season. But there are just so many...

  • 'Brel' Done Well

    Jacques Brel's ''Ne Me Quitte Pas,'' usually translated in English as ''If You Go Away,'' stands as one of the best songs ever written, holding...

  • The A Word

    ''Our friends were just vanishing!'' says playwright Steven Dietz of the 1980s. ''It was hard to not write a play about AIDS.'' But unlike Larry...

  • Paying Homage

    Every night just before performing his one-man show, Jorge ''Jay'' Alvarez has a moment of panic. ''Oh my God, do I have this in me...

  • Swimming from the sharks

    In the one man show, Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You!, Jorge “Jay” Alvarez recounts his family’s escape from Fidel Castro’s Cuba in 1964....

  • A Broadway Christmas Carol at MetroStage

    Kathy Feininger’s A Broadway Christmas Show tells the famous Charles Dickens classic by altering the lyrics to familiar Broadway tunes, 40 or so in all,...

  • Broadway Carols

    ''I was the first gay Scrooge they ever had,'' says Michael Sharp, who starred in Kathy Feininger's A Broadway Christmas Carol when it was originally...

  • A Broadway Christmas Carol at MetroStage

    “Deck the halls with lots of showtunes,” Donna Migliaccio sings in the opening number of A Broadway Christmas Carol. And that, she does. By the...

  • Fruitcake Carols

    ''Deck the halls with lots of showtunes,'' Donna Migliaccio sings in the opening number of A Broadway Christmas Carol. And that, she does. By the...

  • Glimpses of the Moon at Metro Stage

    MetroStage kicks off its season with this jazz age musical based on the novel by Edith Wharton, with book and lyrics by Tajlei Levis and...