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Roundabout Roundup: Week of December 5, 2011

Posted on: December 9th, 2011 by Bradley Sanchez
Josh Radnor, Jane Krakowski, Kelli O'Hara & More Shine in Benefit Concert of She Loves Me
"Love was in the air on December 5 when a star-studded production of Bock and Harnick's She Loves Me took to the stage of the Stephen Sondheim Theatre for one night only! Stage and screen favorites were on hand to savor the classic show, a benefit for the Roundabout Theatre Company, which revived the show to acclaim in 1993."
- Broadway.com

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Two Roundabout Productions Land in TIME Magazine's "Top Ten Plays & Musicals of 2011" List

TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad, of the past 12 months

4. Death Takes a Holiday: The book (by Peter Stone and Thomas Meehan) takes its time to actually create characters and builds to a truly moving climax, while composer Maury Yeston (Nine, Titanic) has served up a lovely, often soaring score. Death deserves to live on.

10.  Anything Goes: [Kathleen Marshall] has come up with an ideal showcase for Sutton Foster, who slides with confidence into the role created by Ethel Merman, and puts herself at the top of an impressive new class of Broadway musical divas. - TIME Magazine

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Newsday Names Sons of the Prophet as One of 2011's Best

"Sons of the Prophet: This major new play by gifted young playwright Stephen Karam takes us to a world both exotic and familiar with elegance and the kind of humor that understands how perilously we all linger near the emotional abyss. Peter DuBois' lean production, which includes a harrowing performance by Joanna Gleason as an unraveling publisher, is terrific." - Newsday

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Related Categories:
2010-2011 Season, 2011-2012 Season, Anything Goes, Death Takes A Holiday, Roundabout Roundup, She Loves Me, Sons of the Prophet


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