With the Tony Awards around the corner, I decided to share my list of favorite musicals this season. The 2015 Tony Awards will be on June 7th at Radio City Music Hall and I am so excited!

The King and I

Breathtaking scenery and costumes, creative choreography, plus knockout performances by Kelli O’Hara & Ken Watanabe equals a new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I that will delight you! Directed by Bartlett Sher, this classic musical recently received 9 Tony Award Nominations. Having only seen the 1956 movie version, which has always bored me, I went in with low expectations. This production far exceeded them – even the songs that I don’t particularly like were sung beautifully and the overall show was so entertaining that it held my interest throughout. Click here to read our full review.


Something Rotten

To see or not to see? Something Rotten is the answer to any question. Broadway’s new comedy musical will make you laugh so hard, you’ll bruise your ribs. You will never be able to look at an omelette again without cracking up. The constant Shakespeare puns and references are flawlessly integrated into the witty dialogue. With a smirk on your face, you’ll find yourself recognizing all those quotes you had to memorize back in the day. There are also numerous pokes at other Broadway shows, so theater fans will get a thrill each time they catch a reference. Go see the show ASAP– you’ll thank me later. Click here to read our full review.


Finding Neverland

The show that makes you feel like a kid again! It tells the story of author J.M. Barrie (Matthew Morrison), the man who wrote Peter Pan, and the story of how he came to create character of Peter. This show is a true masterpiece, from the cute kids who inspired J.M. Barrie, to the perform