About Dee Davis
Award winning author of twenty-one novels and four novellas, including the A-Tac Series.
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- Dire Distraction--July 2013
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Category Archives: Broadway
As you’ve probably noticed I haven’t actually posted anything since the start of the new year. Life, I’m afraid got away from me. But I have seen a number of musicals and plays. Nice Work If You Can Get It … Continue reading
We had the amazing opportunity to see Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park thanks to a wonderful friend who couldn’t go and gave us her tickets. First off, the night couldn’t have been better—the … Continue reading
So my daughter wanted to see Raven Symone in Sister Act. She’d watched Raven on television when she was little, so it was fun for her to see her all grown up. I was a little more hesitant. I loved … Continue reading
So, Clybourne Park won best play at this year’s Tony Awards. And I was lucky enough to have had the chance to see it. Playing at the Walter Kerr Theatre, I’m delighted to say that I was in full support … Continue reading
We recently had the opportunity to see The Lyons at the Cort theatre. Nicky Silver’s dark comedy centers around the Lyons, a New York family in crisis. Linda Lavin (of Alice fame) plays the matriarch, Rita Lyon. I wanted to … Continue reading
As you already know, I saw Seminar with my daughter when Alan Rickman was in the play. And it was fabulous. But, as you probably also know, my husband did not make the performance and so he still very much … Continue reading
When I was a little girl, my parents listened to records on the stereo. And a lot of those records were soundtracks. So I grew up knowing the words and music to a lot of musicals I hadn’t actually seen. … Continue reading
So with Easter only a week away, it seems the perfect time of year to see Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway. The Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice musical was considered innovative when it opened almost forty years ago. And I … Continue reading
So last week I was lucky enough to get to see Other Desert Cities at the Booth Theatre. Stockard Channing and Rachel Griffins, both praised in the original cast have departed, but their replacements are every bit as wonderful. Jon … Continue reading