Here's my review of godspell in broadway it's been a while since i've been able to call a show brilliant or phenomenal, but altogether i loved it so, here. The early 1970s gave us three bible-themed musicals: stephen schwartz's godspell (currently in a production directed by alan ostroff at infinity theatre company in annapolis), as well as andrew. Godspell is a musical by stephen schwartz and john-michael tebelak that takes us through the journey/parables of jesus christ it's a beautiful show with romping dance numbers and beautiful perfect ballads. Film godspell, based on play, revd by v canby illus march 22, 1973, page 52 the new york times archives in filling in some of the narrative gaps in the gospel according to st mark, st matthew.
Godspell has changed from the one you may remember from high-school or college. Watch godspell movie trailer and get the latest cast info, photos, movie review and more on tvguidecom. Godspell - dc theatre scene ostroff's jesus is a stand-out kyle hines, a tall, strapping bearded actor with a strong, clear voice, provides the calm, warm central performance godspell requires. Godspell - a modern-day version of the gospels, opening with john the baptist calling a disparate group of young new yorkers from their workaday lives to follow and learn from jesus.
Delaware county community college's 2013 production of godspell this was our last performance and there were a few technical issues with a spot light and a. Walt whitman's student led production of the popular musical godspell opened friday night at walt whitman high school's performing arts center there are two performances today saturday, april 26. I disagree with the first review i have seen beautiful on- stage godspell plays and looked forward to introducing my children to this play, but this movie is sad, sick and i couldn't wait for it to be over.
Read what the critics have to say about the broadway revival of stephen schwartz's godspell, directed by daniel goldstein, which opened at the circle in the square on 7 nov 2011. Godspell began as a special acting project at the carnegie-mellon drama department, then blossomed into a professional production at new york's cafe la mama today it is so often produced by. The revival of stephen schwartz and john-michael tebelak's 1971 folk-rock musical finds weeds star hunter parrish playing a buff jesus. Enter your location to see which movie theaters are playing godspell near you read reviews and buy movie tickets in advance. Godspell blu-ray (1973): starring victor garber, katie hanley and lynne thigpen the international hit musical sensation godspell comes to life in this screen adaptation reviews new reviews.
Godspell truly captivates the heart and mind of the mere spectator because of its austerity, and its provincial meanings the movie is not a message for our times, or a movie to focus on the movement of jesus, or even quite a movie for the youth. Reviews december 31, 1972 11:00pm pt godspell godspell originated as a workshop production at off-off-broadway's la mama for a group of actor-graduates of carnegie-mellon univ overall concept. 29 reviews of godspell super cute, intimate little theater + young, energetic, ridiculously talented cast = broadway gold i just godspell for the first time on sunday, and all i have to say is praise the lord and pass the playbill. For most musical-theater performers, godspell is a rite of passage or at least it seems that way i mean, is there any drama nerd out there who hasn't done godspell.
Get comprehensive info and tickets for godspell the broadway musical see reviews, ratings, and discounts for broadway shows in new york city - get smart, pay less, see more. Godspell was the first major musical theatre offering from three-time grammy and academy award winner, stephen schwartz (wicked, pippin, children of eden), and it took the world by storm. Godspell reviews on broadwaycom, the most comprehensive source for broadway shows, broadway tickets and broadway information click here to buy godspell tickets today.