Friends, here we are for our fifth trip down the Great White Way, and I have mixed feelings because we missed the Tonys this year. Yeah. I’ve been laboring under the impression that the Tonys were going to stay in September for the time being, but in March the Broadway League and the American Theater Wing announced that the Tonys would go back to having their ceremony in June. Gee, thanks, guys.
Anywhoo, what’s done is done, so we’re gonna move on and have a great time this weekend. You guys know the drill: Please send me your posts throughout the next three days and I will add them as soon as I can. And if anyone would like to join us, the details can be found here.
Now without further ado, may I present our wonderful entries (click on the images for the links)…
Realweegiemidget Reviews starts us off with a look at the robust Baz Luhrmann musical, Moulin Rouge.
Silver Screenings also joins us with the rollicking classic, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers.
Here’s my review of that corking roll of the dice, Guys and Dolls.
A Shroud of Thoughts ponders the durable How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
Broadway veterans Vincent Minnelli, Lillian Gish, Charles Boyer, Susan Strasberg, and Oscar Levant also join our party with my review of The Cobweb.
18 Cinema Lane draws the Redwood Curtain with a look at an underrated stage-to-screen story.
We’re off to State Fair with Hamlette’s Soliloquy. Don’t miss it, don’t even be late!
Whimsically Classic brings us a look at Stage Door, the classic film about young hopefuls.
The Stop Button zeroes in on Liza With A ‘Z’ (is the song in your head yet?).
18 Cinema Lane winds things up with a review of the wonderful and also underrated Anna and the King.
Keep ’em coming, all! Depending on when you read this, be sure to come back on Monday for a little wrap-up…