42nd Street Moon

‘Fiorello!’ a singing New York history lesson

The 1959 musical “Fiorello!” is by no means a knockout. But 42nd…

 

‘Me and My Girl’ offers light taste of 1930s London

The Lambeth Walk hasn’t quite stood the test of time, but the…

 

42nd Street Moon stages Sondheim’s ‘Saturday Night’

Stephen Sondheim completists will get a kick out of 42nd Street Moon’s…

 

Winter 2018 Arts Preview: Theater

The theater season serves up major tours, offbeat experiments, musicals, comedy and…

42nd Street Moon’s ‘Nanette’ taps into fun

The furniture gets moved out of the way in the New York…

O’Neill resonates in 42nd Street Moon’s ‘New Girl’

“New Girl in Town” is an often chipper 95-minute musical based on…

42nd Street Moon shines bright in Loesser’s ‘Happy Fella’

Perhaps the reason Frank Loesser’s 1956 musical “The Most Happy Fella” isn’t…

Greg MacKellan takes final bow with Moon’s ‘Syracuse’

When the curtain goes down on 42nd Street Moon’s new production of…

Emily Skinner celebrates Sondheim and more

Tony Award-nominee Emily Skinner is becoming a very welcome presence on The…

Guys and dolls hit right notes in ‘Where’s Charley'

A lively pace and pleasing vocals make the 42nd Street Moon revival…

‘Thin Man’ musical gets rare revival

Bay Area audiences have the opportunity to gather the clues and form…

Cole Porter goes down easy in 42nd Street Moon's 'Something for the Boys’

Cole Porter’s 1943 "Something for the Boys" was a big hit on…

42nd Street Moon dances to a new ‘Waltz’

Aficionados of lesser-known musicals get a rare treat this week as 42nd…

42nd Street Moon’s good-time ‘Du Barry’

Crafted for comedy king Bert Lahr and brassy belter Ethel Merman, Broadway’s…

42nd Street Moon gives wings to ‘I Married an Angel’

The robust revival by 42nd Street Moon at the Eureka Theatre breathes…

‘It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane’ makes Superman a hoot

With the invigorating “It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane … It’s…

Loesser will be more in 42nd Street Moon concert

As if Jason Graae isn’t busy enough in “Little Me,” he’s taking…

Quantity counts for Jason Graae, man of many characters

Those not familiar with “Little Me,” the final show in 42nd Street…

‘Carnival!’ ancestry: puppets, novels, Hollywood

People of a certain age in the Eureka Theatre’s audience may experience…

Extraordinary ‘Pal Joey’ in 42nd Street Moon spotlight

Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s “Pal Joey” is an unusual 1940 musical…