Broadway HD streamed Trevor Nunn’s production of Oklahoma! for free this weekend.
INTERVIEW: Shuler Hensley – An outstanding actor who brings humanity to dysfunctionality’
Shuler Hensley is an American actor who, outside of the theatre world and especially the musical theatre world, is little known in the UK. Currently, he can be found in the Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio in the modern tragedy The Whale,
‘Masterful modern drama’: THE WHALE – Bath ★★★★
There’s a lot to process in The Whale, sometimes too much, but make no mistake – this is masterful modern drama.
YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – West End ★★★★★
It might be too early for pantomime, but it’s never too soon to see Mel Brooks’ ingenious updating of Young Frankenstein delivered as a spoof both of the horror movie genre and of the theatricality of stage musicals.
YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – West End ★★★★
Like The Producers before it, Young Frankenstein hails from a Brooks movie of some 40 years earlier with the veteran writer/director reframing the comedy-horror flick around his own composition of words and music.
YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – West End
It’s alive…barely. Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein staggers into the West End after some more time on the operating table since its 2007 Broadway opening. But for a piece of new musical theatre, it is so desperately old-fashioned that you half expect Russ Abbot and Bella Emberg to pop up and do a turn.