June Theater – Pride Playbills galore!

Hey all and welcome to June theater! June is my favorite month to go see Broadway because it’s Pride month and Playbill changes the header on all their programs to be rainbow. I mentioned this last year as well: I support LGBTQ+, but I also think the rainbow Playbills are really cool. Every year, I […]

Year of Theater: A-Team Recruiting, Falsettos, and Sutton Foster

Well, there’s no time like February to finish up detailing my theater experiences from 2016. This site is called Really Late Reviews, after all. Here we go with December! The rest of my Year of Theatre/Year of Playbills can be found at my author page. The first weekend in December gave me two shows. Saturday night, […]

November: Off the Beaten Path for Year in Theater

November- the leaves have mostly fallen and although pumpkin is still in-season, the weather is getting chillier and we’re looking toward Thanksgiving. Here are my theater experiences from November! Check out my articles on my theater experiences from earlier in the year. My official Playbill show for November was the play Love Love Love through […]

Year Of Theater – A2 Meets A2

Hi all and welcome to 2017! Let’s go back in time a bit… to the end of 2016 so I can share the rest of my theater experiences! Check out my articles on my theater experiences from earlier in the year. October – the leaves are changing, the air is crisp, and pumpkin-flavored everything abounds. […]

Year of Theatre (part 2): Nederlander & Old Faves

Adina here again with the second installment of Year of Theatre! Check out the first installment. Picking up where we left off: March. March is my bestie Ally’s birthday, so we hit up our favorite theater: The Nederlander for Disaster! The Musical. The Nederlander was the home of Rent (Ally’s favorite) for many years and the […]

Noises Off

Year of Theatre: A Quest to See Broadway Every Month

2016 has become the Year of Theatre for me. Relatedly, I also dubbed it the “Year of Playbills.” I have been a fan of theatre in general, and musical theatre in particular, for a long time. My first Broadway show was Fiddler on the Roof when I was 9 years old, and then I was […]