Reviews

Rhapsody in Red

(Formerly Iron Curtain)

An enthusiastic farce…high spirited and snark-free, a Hope-Crosby “Road” film with a nod to The Producers... the script is a hoot... Prospect Theater Company’s clever cast of 15 plays it straight-faced even in the silliest scenes, heightening the humor... old-fashioned in all the best ways.

Rhapsody in Red

Iron Curtain is jam packed with catchy showtune,clever lyrics,socko gags and zesty staging, along with a little sex, a little romance, with an emphasis on the latter... a joyful night for those who appreciate musicals boasting fun songs, big laughs and a lot of heart. 

- DAVID-EDWARD HUGHES, TALKIN’ BROADWAY

(Formerly Iron Curtain)

Once Upon a Time in New Jersey

Once Upon A Time In New Jersey enchants at the Village Theater… standout numbers in the score, besides the title tune, include Angie and Celeste’s duet “Quiet Little Dinner”; a giddy paean to “Rocco”; an uproarious “Tango” featuring Rocco, Billy and Celeste; Angie’s “Someone That I Hate”; and the hilarious “Quando Scungilli.”

NEWYORKERS

A surefire Crowd-Pleaser! newyorkers may soon become the latest sellout attraction at MTC. Stephen Weiner and Glenn Slater announce themselves as significant musical theater talents!

CHARLES ISHERWOOD, VARIETY

newyorkers

A surefire Crowd-Pleaser! newyorkers may soon become the latest sellout attraction at MTC. Stephen Weiner and Glenn Slater announce themselves as significant musical theater talents!

SPITTIN’ IMAGE 

Staged with enormous unbridled energy…a score by Stephen Weiner and Laura Szabo Cohen is bound to delight audiences... at the unpretentious heart of Spittin’ Image is a moral tale about the power of imagination…

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