‘Bye Bye Liver’ touts itself as a ‘drinking play.’ It has sketches, songs and interactive games, but does the audience get too looped to know if they’re having fun?
I have long thought that the music was the best part of 1984’s Footloose. Who can forget Kenny Loggins’ toe-tapping, finger-snapping title-track hit song and Deniece Williams’ boogie-worthy Let’s Hear It for the Boy?
Going into Real Steel, I expected a movie that 8-to-12-year-old boys would love; everyone else — not so much. Director Shawn Levy’s prior credits (including Night at the Museum and Pink Panther) involved some level of cheesiness, so I expected more of the same.
He says he comes by his interest in performing quite naturally since his mother was an opera singer.
At the Rosenbach, a festival shows that Dracula was so much more than a fellow whose personality downright sucked.
For two decades, the radio show ‘World Cafe’ has maintained the beat for music lovers. Later this month, an impressive lineup of artists will perform during a big anniversary bash.
When Rich Little was about 5 or 6, he would stand in front of his class and just ramble on, much to the delight of his teachers — until they couldn’t stand his constant chatter anymore.
Autumn is upon us.
Sarah Colonna, a writer for the late-night talk show Chelsea Lately, will perform at the Keswick Theatre next week.
I Don’t Know How She Does It often feels more like an extended Sex and the City episode than a movie.