On Your Feet Broadway

On Your Feet Broadway

ON YOUR FEET is the story of the international duo, Emilio and Gloria Estefan. The show features some of Gloria’s most iconic songs such as, “Conga”, “1-2-3”, “Reach”, “Everlasting Love” and more. The show opens with a young Gloria singing and dancing. She has a dream of performing but is busy with school work and… Continue Reading

The Grinch at The Old Globe

The Grinch at The Old Globe

The Grinch is a nasty creature who hates Christmas and plots to steal it away form the Whos. However, a small child, Cindy Lou Who, tries to save Christmas and befriend the Grinch. This is the 19th year that The Old Globe in Balboa Park has produced “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and hopefully there… Continue Reading

MISS YOU LIKE HELL at La Jolla Playhouse

MISS YOU LIKE HELL at La Jolla Playhouse

When a free-spirited Latina mother takes her creative teenager on a road trip, neither of them know what is to be expected. Along the way they meet lots of others which shows the two what differences/similarities they have. Many topics and issues are discovered such as immigration, divorced parents, suicide, gay marriage and more. With… Continue Reading

October Sky at The Old Globe

October Sky at The Old Globe

OCTOBER SKY is a new musical that has just launched at The Old Globe in Balboa Park. What a beautiful piece it is! The show takes place in Coalwood, West Virginia from 1957-1959. Every man in the town works in the coal mine but for the high schooler, Homer Hickman, he dreams of more. After… Continue Reading

Oklahoma at New Village Arts

Oklahoma at New Village Arts

Back in 1943, Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein opened their first musical collaboration, OKLAHOMA. The show was the first to integrate songs into a plot which changed the scene of theater; much like HAMILTON is doing today. OKLAHOMA takes place in 1903 on the plains. Curly is smitten with Laurey and is trying to convince… Continue Reading

“Newsies” at the San Diego Civic Theatre

“Newsies” at the San Diego Civic Theatre

“Now is the time to seize the day!” NEWSIES is a Disney Theatrical Productions musical based on the 1992 film. It was inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City. Jack Kelly, a rebellious newsboy, has dreams of a life as an artist away from the big apple. After Joseph Pulitzer,… Continue Reading

“Big River” at New Village Arts

“Big River” at New Village Arts

When I was a kid, my siblings and I grew up doing shows together. For some reason, only my brother did BIG RIVER. I vividly remember sitting in the audience entranced. The songs were catchy, heartfelt and moving. To this day, it is still one of my families favorite musicals. With that in mind, I… Continue Reading

Interview with Sheri Sanders of Rock The Performance

Interview with Sheri Sanders of Rock The Performance

In 2004, Sheri Sanders created a Masterclass in Auditioning for Rock Musicals. Since then, Sheri has become the world’s preeminent popular music repertoire coach. Her students have landed jobs on and off Broadway, on National tours, and have competed on the Voice, American Idol, and The Glee Project. The Playbill Collector (TPC): Tell us about… Continue Reading

Harvey at the Guthrie Theater

Harvey at the Guthrie Theater

Elwood P. Dowd is a silly, yet charming man who introduces everyone to his best friend Harvey. The problem is, Harvey is unseen and presumably imaginary. Harvey also happens to be a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall pooka aka rabbit. Elwood’s social-climbing sister, Veta, is embarrassed by his behavior and decides to have him committed to a… Continue Reading