And with only 40 seats available per performance for Spitfire, to be a booth’s length from the actors is to amplify their ardor all the more.
Archives for March 2018
Although the plot is pretty slender, and there’s not much dramatic tension, the terrific music, expertise and showmanship behind this piece is what makes the evening worthwhile. Co-written by Debra Barsha and Hollye Levin, the score is infectious and the lyrics are clever and inviting.
With Cuban dance and the music of The Miami Sound Machine at its core, On Your Feet! tells the heartwarming story of the life, romance and professional success of the Estefan family.
The second half of the show is absolutely mesmerizing. The writing is at it’s best and we become fully invested in these characters and the drama unfolding in their lives.
Bracing, raw and visceral at its best, The Brink’s chaotic synchronicity grabs audiences, shakes them to their core and forces them to delve deeper.