‘Cruel Intentions: The ’90s Musical’ takes us back to the music and fashion of the last century just as it’s coming back into the spotlight.
- by Helen Pitt
Bonnie & Clyde is a rollicking ride if you can get past the fact it romanticises two infamous and murderous criminals.
- by John Shand
Magic or not, Mary Poppins is still lugging enormous lamps around in her handbag and claiming to be able to speak to dogs. That’s why she’s my new role model.
- by Deirdre Fidge
Jukebox musical Cruel Intentions has clumsily shoehorned in too many ’90s hits, making the story underneath rushed and wince-inducing.
- by Tyson Wray and Jessica Nicholas
The stage musical version of Moulin Rouge! thickens the story and heightens the sexiness.
- by John Shand
The creatives behind the film’s iconic costumes and make-up have pivoted to theatre, helping bring Paris to life for the musical version of Moulin Rouge!
- by Garry Maddox
Tony winner Alex Timbers was not out to copy the movie when he translated Moulin Rouge to the stage.
- by Linda Morris
To make it hum for a new audience, Levine looked to modern-day superstars – think Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Rihanna – as well as finally giving the Rolling Stones their moment.
- by Louise Rugendyke
Kirby Burgess has had hearing loss her entire life. But she kept it to herself, using subtle strategies to excel in auditions and performances.
- by Nick Miller
Cruel Intentions: the ’90s Musical is an unashamedly tongue-in-cheek take on the sassy, sexy 1999 film starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair.
- by Stephen A Russell
In a new, lavish Broadway version of Cinderella, the creative team set out to reshape one of the most famous fairytales.
- by Catherine Lambert