Broadway By the Bay

Broadway by the Bay: In the Heights (Review)

Don’t be afraid of letting your gaze linger on individual dancers. Choreographer Nicole Helfer has a good sense of what you’ll be looking at — and just as important — what you can’t miss.

Social Media Use Continues to Rise Across San Francisco Venues

Why are sports writers and political pundits able to stir up active online debate whereas their counterparts in theater cannot?

Good Morning Baltimore! ‘Hairspray’ opens at Broadway by the Bay (review)

No two-dimensional cutout, Grissom’s Edna, a one-man Greek chorus in drag, is the heart of the show.

Bay Area Stage: Red, Maple and Vine, Of Mice and Men, Hairspray, Buffalo’ed

Stark Insider Weekend Stage with show openings at A.C.T., TheatreWorks, San Jose Stage, and Broadway by the Bay.

SF Bay Area theaters see 12.5% monthly increase in Twitter followers

Theaters with the largest growth in followers include SF Playhouse (23%) and Marin Theatre Company (53%).

Broadway By The Bay announces 2012 Season

Broadway By The Bay’s 2012 season kicks off with the Tony-winning Broadway musical Hairspray.
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Broadway by the Year wins converts

Christina Bianco’s channeling of everyone from Streisand to Judy Garland, Patti Lupone, Julie Andrews, Bernadette Peters, and Celine Dion to perform “Caberet” was spot on perfect. One suspects that even Patty Lupone would approve.
Broadway by the Year

‘Broadway by the Year’ closes 46th season of Broadway by the Bay

The limited engagement features Broadway stars performing songs from Brigadoon, Finian’s Rainbow, Cabaret, Mame, I Do! I Do!, Sweet Charity and more.

Redeeming Gypsy with Broadway by the Bay

This Gypsy was so different that it forced me to think about why it worked where others failed, and why Frank Rich of the New York Times calls Gypsy the “the great American musical."
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Review: ‘The Music Man’ at Broadway by the Bay

Just as we watch politicians in Iowa fall over themselves on issues of moral certitude, The Music Man makes us realize that what passes for Iowan family values has been a joke at least since 1957 when it first opened on Broadway.