Plaza Suite opened on Broadway last night to a number of yawns, a couple ew-that-didn’t-age -well’s and a few overly generous guffaws. Critics gushed over the set and costumes, and found that much of the joy from the production comes not from the script or play itself, but from admiring the real-life couple playing the roles. But the script and story did not stand up at best and was completely cringe-worthy at worst. So, if you’re going to see Parker and Broderick, you won’t be disappointed; however, if you’re going to see a good show, you might be.
Broadway Play Home, the sister site to Broadway Musical Home, has just launched and we couldn’t be more excited! The people behind both sites have a passion for all things theatre, and though we started off espousing our great love for musicals, we’re thrilled to give some attention to the straight play world as well. […]