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It's A Theater Thing is back! This episode Tracy and Erin talk about the
Good Morning America controversy, show closings and how Six: The Musical
saved Tracy's life. They also introduce a …
Today, Tracy makes a brief announcement that the podcast is going on a
season end hiatus. We’ll see you next month!
On this episode of It's A Theater Thing, Tracy and Erin discuss news about
The Prom, The Kennedy Center lawsuit and harassment at Beetlejuice. Also,
they discuss the Netflix documentary, "…
It's the post-Tony edition of It's A Theater Thing! Tracy and Erin talk
about their thoughts about the broadcast. What surprised them and what did
they expect? Also, they list the post-Ton…
It's Tony Time!!! Sami DeSocio joins Tracy and Erin to predict the Tony
winners. Also, don't miss Tracy's crazy Tony story! You won't want to miss
This week on It's A Theater Thing, Tracy and Erin include the recap for the
last Fosse/Verdon episode and Tracy has a couple of issues. Next, Tracy and
Erin offer up their top 5 Tony perfo…
This week, Tracy is flying solo as she recaps episode 7 of Fosse/Verdon.
She covers Bob's unusual marriage proposal, the development of Chicago and
Bob and Gwen's struggle to be parents. T…
This week, Tracy and Erin discuss episode 6 of Fosse/Verdon. In this
episode, we find that Nicole is growing up, Gwen is determined to get
Chicago on Broadway and Bob has a heart attack. T…
On this episode, Tracy and Erin have a discussion about theater backlashes.
They also discuss their greatest theater regrets - the shows they wish they
had seen and the ones they wish they…
Tracy and Erin recap episode 5 of Fosse/Verdon. They discuss how Gwen has
evolved and her reasons behind wanting to do Chicago. They also explore Ann
Reinking's relationships with both Bob…
Tracy and Erin discuss episode 4 of Fosse/Verdon. We take a look at Bob's
excessive lifestyle and Gwen's relationship with her daughter. They also
ponder a question. Is Bob a troubled pers…
Tony nominations are out! Listen to Tracy and Erin give their thoughts on
the nominations. Who deserved their nominations and who got snubbed? Also,
stay tuned to the end for some very exc…
Tracy and Erin discuss the third episode of Fosse/Verdon. In this episode,
we learn more about Gwen Verdon's past. We also discuss, Gwen's ill-fated
play, Children! Children! Finally, we l…
In this episode of It's A Theater Thing, Tracy and Erin are joined by Sami
DeSocio to discuss the Disney-Broadway connection and we find out if Sami
is a real Disney princess. Also, it's a…
Tracy and Erin discuss episode 2 of Fosse/Verdon. They explore the couple's
complicated relationship and Bob Fosse's attitudes about his relationships
Tracy and Erin recap the FX series Fosse/Verdon. They also discuss the
impact Verdon had on Fosse's work and the Broadway stars that can be found
among the cast.
Tracy gives her take on the shows she saw in NYC. Erin educates us on the
Conservative Theater Festival and we learn more about BroadwayCon. Finally,
Tracy and Erin give their Beyond Broad…
Are stage doors getting worse? Tracy and Erin discuss stage door behavior
and share some of their own stories. Also, Tracy and Erin give their latest
picks in Beyond the Boards.
On this episode of It's a Theater Thing, Tracy and Erin discuss theater
etiquette and their biggest pet peeves.
Also, they ponder how to eliminate poor audience behavior. Finally, they
Tracy, Erin and Trish talk about everything from Falsettos, to Rent Live!
on the first episode of It's a Theatre Thing!
With invaluable assist from director Mark Shanahan fostered by an excellent company that never misfires, FAITH SANDBERG and BEN PAUL WILLIAMS are terrific. They NEVER miss a beat!
All 3 actors do an excellent job portraying these tremendously complex, deeply layered characters. ANDRUS NICHOLS was especially masterful in her portrait of the wounded "Gladys."
A powerful piece of theatre with an excellent, dynamic cast featuring VANESSA R BUTLER, SARAH NICOLE DEAVER, MARY BACON & HEIDI ARMBRUSTER shines a white hot light on the plight of our mili…
LA theatre fans should run, not walk, down to Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre for this can't miss TONY-Winning "Best Revival" of Arthur Miller's classic directed by this year's TONY-…
Here is a brief review from my recent visit to Waitress on Broadway, starring Tony Award-winner Jessie Mueller.
Brief review of the most recently Kinky Boots Broadway cast from Aaron C. Finley's (Charlie) opening night this past Monday, 8/8/16.
David Roberts “Time it was /And what a time it was, it was/A time of innocence/A time of confidences/Long ago it must be/I have a photograph/Preserve your memories/They’re all that…
Alexandra Bonifield / Howdy, y’all! Alexandra Bonifield here, Onstageblog.com’s N. Texas/Oklahoma contributor, regional theatre journalist, critic and advocate. This is my inaugural po…
Originally posted on and sure stars shining . . .:As I have returned to musical theatre work over the last eight months, I have been asked from time to time “Just what…