Category archive: On the Aisle with Larry

On the Aisle with Larry, October 05, 2011

Danny, the hero of Jeff Talbott’s The Submission, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, is a struggling young playwright who has had readings galore but never a production of one of his plays; until, that it, he is inspired by an incident which happened to him on the subway to write a play in which the characters…

On the Aisle with Larry, September 14, 2011

The Broadway musical season has gotten off to a fine start with the wonderful revival ofFollies, the 1971 Stephen Sondheim/James Goldman musical  at the Marquis Theatre. The original production, legendary to many, closed at a loss, and the Roundabout’s revival of 10 year ago didn’t fare very well either. This is one of those shows…

On the Aisle with Larry, August 15, 2011

Death Takes a Holiday, the new musical produced by Roundabout at the Laura Pels Theatre, has apparently been kicking around a while, as original book writer Peter Stone died in 2003. Maury Yeston, who wrote the music and lyrics, has linked up with Thomas Meehan to put the finishing touches on Stone’s book, and the…

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