Review: ‘Nine’ comes to life on stage

Photo: Nicole Modeen

Photo: Nicole Modeen

After seeing Nine, the musical that opened August 4, 2016 at the Underground, I am thoroughly convinced every woman on the planet should have a tambourine.

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[REVIEW] ‘Avenue Q’ Still Entertains

While not a fresh take on the satire of Jim Henson’s iconic Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, et al., Stage 2’s production, directed by Joe Cramer, entertained its audience.

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The show’s greatest strength is that the cast members “manipulating” the puppets do so universally well, with the symbiosis between actor and puppet so strong that you often forget to look at the actors’ faces and focus on the puppets instead. Kudos as well to the show’s puppet master, Ashley Wereley.

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