Now that INTO THE WOODS is back in NYC, I’ve had this song in my head a lot.  Like most Sondheim shows, age has really deepened my connection to these songs.  I didn’t see this production, but damn, Laura Benanti … she sings like an angel.

No One is Alone (by byrnegirl141)


so this happened


The Little Mermaid officially opened on Broadway on January 10, 2008 and closed on August 30, 2009 after 685 performances and 50 previews.




One of the most remarkable things about the Broadway version of Tarzan was the rope and perspective work used for the show.

I wish I could watch this :/


Audience response of the targeted family demographic to the Broadway production of The Little Mermaid was generally positive. Critics gave the production a mixed response, with some praising the show, and some calling it “less than witty” and “bloated”. The New York Times was especially critical, saying that the “charm-free” musical is “stripped of the movie’s generation-crossing appeal. Coherence of plot, endearing quirks of character, even the melodious wit of the original score (supplemented by new, substandard songs…) have been swallowed by an unfocused spectacle….”Time Magazine, however, commented, “It was one of the most ravishing things I have ever seen on a Broadway stage.”