• The Cats of Christmas

    The Cats of Christmas

    The sign transfixing my wandering eye this week as I patrolled the Beaumont hallways was headed “25 Cats of Christmas."

  • Peter and the Woof

    Rob and Alan, the central couple in DADA WOOF PAPA HOT, tell us early in the play that they will be taking their daughter, Nikki, to see “Peter and the Wolf.”

  • Students Are Back in the House

    Students Are Back in the House

    It never fails: there’s always the moment in a student-matinee talkback when someone wants to know about the child actors.

  • Putting on a Show

    It’s 15 minutes to curtain, and I’m sitting on a sofa in THE KING AND I's male-ensemble dressing room, talking to Kelvin Moon Loh about the cast’s contribution to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’s annual Gypsy of the Year talent show.

  • Dada Woof Birdie Tweet

    Dada Woof Birdie Tweet

    In this week devoted to the consumption of a large bird, let us turn our attention to the condition of a small one.

  • Great Scott!

    A first preview of a new production always requires nerves of steel, particularly for a director.

  • Opening Night Jersey Boys (and Girls)

    Opening Night Jersey Boys (and Girls)

    In his new review of DADA HOT PAPA , New York magazine’s Jesse Green writes, “When a play trains its basilisk gaze on a demographic you belong to, it may seem as if the playwright took notes inside your head.”