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CD REVIEW: Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp: Acoustically Speaking

Reviewer: Emily Garside Recorded live at New York’s Feinstein’s/54 Below, Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp reunite for an acoustic mix of Broadway and Rock-pop. Ranging across classic 80s pop – as Rapp quips he’s ‘very much a child of the 80s’ across contemporary and classic Broadway songs with a twist, there’s a variety brought out by their different musical styles, ...

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CD REVIEW: If/Then – Original Cast Recording

Music: Tom Kitt Lyrics: Brian Yorkey Reviewer: Carrie Carter The latest offering from the writing team behind Next to Normal, If/Then, featuring an above the title performance from theatre royalty Idina Menzel, is one of this seasons most talked about Broadway openings, and for good reason. The easy to listen to score, almost flawless performances, and plot that is as ...

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NEWS: Broadway show If/Then announces release of Original Cast Recording

Masterworks Broadway has today announced the date for the much anticipated cast recording of If/Then starring Idina Menzel and Anthony Rapp. The recording will be recorded on April the 7th with a scheduled release date of June 3rd. The recording is produced by Steve Epstein, Tom Kitt and David Stone. Idina Menzel returns to Broadway for the first time since ...

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Anthony Rapp: Without You – Menier Chocolate Factory, London

Writer: Anthony Rapp Musical Director: Daniel A Weiss Reviewer: Lucy Thackray [rating:4] Anthony Rapp’s autobiographical one-man show soared through Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival leaving a trail of soggy programmes and rave reviews. I had heard so much about the show that I knew it was right up my street – as a long-time fan of RENT, the 90s Jonathan Larson musical ...

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Edinburgh Fringe – Anthony Rapp: Without You – Underbelly

Writer: Anthony Rapp Reviewer: John Roberts [Rating:5] “Will I lose my dignity, will someone care?” a haunting line from Jonathan Larson’s touching and landscape-changing musical RENT, and the line that beautifully underscores Anthony Rapp’s, painfully honest, emotively raw and impassioned performance in this biographical production. Charting the parallels between his experiences and friendship with Jonathan Larson as the production of ...

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