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Sunday, January 05, 2014

Stageworthy: The Best of Stage 2013

So I managed to hit 111 shows in 2013. Not quite as much as 2012, or 2011, but still had a grand time. Saw some great stuff, some good stuff, and of course a few clunkers, but all in the hopes of seeing a show that inspires, that electrifies the mind and the heart, and this year I've chosen 15 shows that did just that.

I also saw some repeats from previous years that have evolved and improved and landed on the list. I also saw some pretty universally critically acclaimed shows that I just didn't get. I saw some great newcomers (see Breakthrough Performances) and I got to see folks like Judi Dench, Tom Hanks, Helen Mirren, James McAvoy, Daniel Radcliffe, Ben Whishaw, Imelda Staunton, Toby Jones, Scarlett Johansen, William Petersen, Robert Sean Leonard and Bette Midler take the stage. Some to great effect (see Great Performances) and some that I sadly forgot about until I started compiling my list of all the shows I saw in 2013 (at the end of this post).


Here's the Best of Stage 2013:

1. Come From Away (Musical) - Studio Theatre at Sheridan College Theatre - Oakville, ON
Music, Lyrics and Book by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Driected by Brian Hill

                          

A musical about a Canadian community that comes together to help unexpected visitors during a time of tragedy sounds slightly hokey. A musical about the tragedy of 9/11 sounds simply horrific and misguided. And yet, Irene Sankoff and David Hein have written a truly harrowing, cathartic, and celebratory musical about tragedy and the prevailing human spirit. A musical about loss and love, about trust and new friendships, about unimaginable horrors and our deepest fears, Hein and Snakoff manages to send shivers and tears while finding moments of joy and humour in the true story of the time the world descended upon Gander, Newfoundland when dozens of airplanes got diverted on the morning of September 11th, 2001. With gorgeous music and songs in this low key staging with the promising students of Sheridan College Theatre, and directed with an effecting simplicity by Brian Hill, Come From Away is an emotionally stunning new piece of musical theatre.



2. The Flick (Play) - Playwrights Horizons - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY
Written by Annie Baker, Directed by Sam Gold

                          

Three employees of an old, practically defunct cinema spend their days cleaning up after each screening, chatting away, picking up popcorn, discussing their favourite flicks, or anything else that might come to mind, and sometimes, they just work in silence. In Annie Baker's play The Flick, this goes on for three hours, and it is FASCINATING. With a set (by David Zinn) of cinema seats that almost reflect the seats at Playwrights Horizons, and a naturalistic tone set by Sam Gold and from great performances from Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher and Aaron Clifton Moten, The Flick gives a full dimensional slice-of-life moment as cinema moves to a digital realm and as people learn to readjust to a new format.



3. Pippin (Musical Revival) - A.R.T. at Loeb Drama Center - Boston, MA
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, Book by Roger O. Hirson, Directed by Diane Paulus, Circus Creation by Gypsy Snider, Choreography by Chet Walker

                          

Pippin has always been a problematic musical and I still don't think it works in all aspects, but boy does Diane Paulus and Gypsy Snider sure razzle dazzle us and divert our attention away from the flaws inherent in the piece and give us a spectacular tale of a young man trying to find his way while being razzle dazzled by a superb leading player in Patina Miller. With a jaw dropping performance by Andrea Martin, and great help from Terrence Mann, Charlotte d'Amboise, Rachel Bay Jones, and an amazing ensemble of circus performers and dancers, this latest revival surrounds a genial Matthew James Thomas to give his Pippin the resonance and showmanship that makes this the new definitive version.



4. This is War (Play) - Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, ON
Written by Hannah Moscovitch, Directed by Richard Rose

                          

Hannah Moscovitch's searing new play about the lives that collide and unravel during war is both universal but ultimately feels intimate in Richard Rose's effective claustrophobic staging (in a effectively stifling theatre space/set by Camelia Koo. It may be war but this is what war does to the personal state of four individual soldiers and it may be more politically reverberating than any of the politics and politicians that caused it all in the first place.



5. Passion (Musical Revival) - Classic Stage Company - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by James Lapine, Directed by John Doyle

                          

Who knew a musical about a tragic romance could bring so much happiness? John Doyle brought a tight, dark and extremely moving piece to the intimate Classic Stage space with Judy Kuhn and Ryan Silverman sparking a passionate chemistry in two-thirds of this love triangle story. Amy Justman, the understudy who had to take over the role of Clara, was beautifully gripping in the third point in Passion.



6. Buyer & Cellar (Play) - Rattlestick Playwrights Theater - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY
Written by Jonathan Tolins, Directed by Stephen Brackett

                          

This may technically be a solo show but it definitely feels like Barbra Streisand is there with Michael Urie as he recounts this amazing (untrue) tale of working as the only sales clerk in Barbra Streisand's own personal mall, hidden beneath her home (true. Apparently). Urie has us in his hands as he secretly tells us about Alex's adventures in Streisandland and it's hilariously nutty and surprisingly moving, and Urie gives a energetic and loveable performance, voicing all the other characters in this tall-tale of celebrity homes.



7. Watershed and Being and Nothingness (Part 1) in Innovation (Ballet) - National Ballet of Canada at the Four Seasons for the Performing Arts - Toronto, ON - Original Review
Watershed - Choreographed by José Navas, Music by Benjamin Britten
Being and Nothingness (Part 1) - Choreographed by Guillaume Côté, Music by Philip Glass

                          

Innovation celebrated new works by Canadian choreographers over one night, and Watershed, by José Navas, and Being and Nothingness (Part 1), by Guillaume Côté, both took my breathe away in their beautiful simplicity and raw emotional movements that felt fresh and evocative.



8. Merrily We Roll Along (Musical) - Harold Pinter Theatre - West End - London, UK
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by George Firth, Directed by Maria Friedman

                          

Jenna Russell and Mark Umbers truly bring the tragedy, and the eventually the youthful joy, in Sondheim and Firth's backwards tale of the downfalls of fame and fortune, or in this case, the upwards trajectory of youthful hope and naivety, all bookended by an emotional reminder that the memory of that hope never fully disappears.



9. The Gay Heritage Project (Play) - Buddies in Bad Times Theatre - Toronto, ON
Created by Damien Atkins, Paul Dunn and Andrew Kushnir, Directed by Ashlie Corcoran

                          

Atkins, Dunn and Kushnir explored their own notions of what gay heritage means and created and performed this very entertaining and emotionally resonating history lesson that explores gay culture and our ties to its historic movement from the three actors points of views. And while admitting to their limitations (especially as gay, white, males in the gay community), their overview brings both questions, and hope to the future of gay culture.



10. After Miss Julie (Play) - Red One Theatre Collective at The Storefront Theatre - Toronto, ON
Written by Patrick Marber, Directed by David Ferry

                          

In the low ceiling space in the low rent space of The Storefront Theatre, a steamy seduction took place as the battle between lust and responsibility shapes the lives of three people as they manipulate their ways in search for a better life. All while trying to define what "better" means.



11. Pygmalion (Play Revival) - The Old Globe - San Diego, CA
Written by George Bernard Shaw, Directed by Nicholas Martin

                          

A delightful and layered Charlotte Parry takes on the fair lady's role in this faithful and haunting revival that has a staunch and sturdy Robert Sean Leonard as Henry Higgins.



12. Jabber (Play) - Young People's Theatre - Toronto, ON - Original Review
Written by Marcus Youssef, Directed by Amanda Kellock

                          

A seemingly simple moral tale of two teens from different cultures manages to twist and turn into a far more complex story as the characters reveal their secrets and souls that move beyond first impression stereotypes.



13. Kinky Boots (Musical) - Al Hirschfeld Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY
Music and Lyrics by Cyndi Lauper, Book by Harvey Fierstein, Directed and Choreography by Jerry Mitchell

                          

Imperfect and flawed, but shiny and sturdy, this underdog story became the underdog musical that turned into a big fun mainstream hit. In the move from its Chicago-tryout to Broadway (where I deemed it a musical to watch for on last year's list) some changes needed were made, some were not, but when the Cyndi Lauper songs own up to being written by Cyndi Lauper, the shows true heart shines through.



14. Here Lies Love (Musical) - LuEsther Hall at The Public Theater - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY
Music by David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, Lyrics and Concept by David Byrne,  Additional Music by Tom Gandey and J Pardo, Directed by Alex Timbers, Choreography by Annie-B Parson

                          

A disco musical about Imelda Marcos? Not sure if the rise of Imelda from simple girl to power-hungry notoriety is a chilling tale that should be told in such an entertaining way, but damn, Alex Timbers and Annie-B Parson have inspired the most energetic cast to dance and sing their way around the dance floor. Ruthie Ann Miles builds both sympathy and sends shivers as she transforms from dancing queen to banned queen in a show where presentation and the participatory staging enhance the actual music and story.


15. The Valley (Play) - Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, ON - Original Review
Written by Joan MacLeod, Directed by Richard Rose

                          

A powerful examination of our society and individual responsibilities in protecting ourselves and each other. With ambitious questions, MacLeod is not always entirely successful but colliding issues around mental illness and police actions with the stories of four people in two different families hitting low points in their lives, makes for an intense and fascinating play, with a wonderfully utilized in-the-round staging by Rose.



Breakthrough Performances (in alphabetical order):

The cast of After Miss Julie: Claire Armstrong, Amy Keating, Christopher Morris

The cast of The Flick: Alex Hanna, Louisa Krouse, Matthew Maher, Aaron Clifton Moten

The cast of Here Lies Love: Renée Albulario, Melody Butiu, Natalie Cortez, Debralee Daco, Joshua Dela Cruz, Jose Llana, Kelvin Moon Loh, Jeigh Madjus, Ruthie Ann Miles, Maria-Christina Oliveras, Conrad Ricamora, Trevor Salter, Janelle Velasquez

The cast of Jabber: Ian Geldart, Mariana Tayler, David Sklar

Usman Ally in The Jungle Book
Charl Brown in Motown the Musical
Travis Cardona in This Heaven
Kevin Carolan in The Jungle Book
Brian Cross in The Snow Geese
Gabriel Ebert in Matilda
K. Todd Freeman in Fetch Clay, Make Man
Alexis Gordon in The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble
Jeff Ho in Murderers Confess at Christmastime
Ramin Karimloo in Les Misérables
Cyrus Lane in Passion Play
Sydney Lucas in Fun Home
Kevin MacDonald in Macbeth and The Taming of the Shrew
Colin Mercer in The Valley
Jonny Orsini in The Nance
Peyson Rock in The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble
Keala Settle in Hands on a Hardbody
Frankie Serach in The Landing
Ryan Silverman in Passion
Yvonne Strahovski in Golden Boy


Great Performances (in alphabetical order):

The cast of The Gay Heritage Project: Damien Atkins, Paul Dunn, Andrew Kushnir

Damien Atkins in Someone Else
Carly Bawden in Tristan & Yseult
Dale Boyer in Night of the Living Dead Live
Gavin Creel in The Book of Mormon
André De Shields in The Jungle Book
Sergio Di Zio in This is War
Bruce Dow in Pig
Jennifer Dzialoszynski in The Taming of the Shrew
Santino Fontana in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella
Greg Gale in Macbeth and The Taming of the Shrew
Adam Garcia in Kiss Me Kate
Greta Hodgkinson in Being and Nothingness (Part 1)
Lisa Horner in Les Misérables
Toby Jones in Circle, Mirror, Transformation
Judy Kuhn in Fun Home and Passion
Ian Lake in This is War and The Valley
Nathan Lane in The Nance
Robert Sean Leonard in Pygmalion
Cassie Levy in Murder Ballad
Deirdre Lovejoy in Lucky Guy
Andrea Martin in Pippin
James McAvoy in Macbeth
Richard McCabe in The Audience
McGee Maddox in Swan Lake
Bette Midler in I'll Eat You Last
Patina Miller in Pippin
Helen Mirren in The Audience
Debra Monk in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Charlotte Parry in Pygmalion
Ben Platt in The Book of Mormon
Daniel Radcliffe in The Cripple of Inishmaan
Jenna Russell in Merrily We Roll Along
Cliff Saunders in Les Misérables
Alexandra Socha in Fun Home
Carly Street in Venus in Fur
Hugh Thompson in Macbeth
Mark Umbers in Merrily We Roll Along
Michael Urie in Buyer & Cellar
Courtney B. Vance in Lucky Guy
Hannah Waddington in Kiss Me Kate
Rachel York in Anything Goes
Xiao Nan Yu in Swan Lake


Here is every Stage Show I saw in 2013 in alphabetical order. All reviews are based on a 5 stars system (Workshop Labs, Readings, Concerts and Cabarets are not graded):

After Miss Julie (Play Revival) - Red One Theatre Collective at The Storefront Theatre - Toronto, ON - ****1/2

Aladdin (Musical) - Ed Mirvish Theatre - Toronto, ON - **1/2

The Alexis Lambright Tell-A-Thon: Combating Adult Virginity (Play) - FringeNYC at 440 Studios - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

All Tchaikovsky - Toronto Symphony at Roy Thompson Hall - Toronto, ON

Annie (Musical Revival) - Palace Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - Review ***1/2

Annie TYA (Musical Revival) - Young People's Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ****

Anything Goes (Musical Revival) - Princess of Wales Theatre - Toronto, ON - ***1/2

The Assembled Parties (Play) - Manhattan Theater Club at the Friedman Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

The Audience (Play) - Gielgud Theatre - West End - London, UK - ****

Beautiful Thing (Play Revival) - Arts Theatre - West End - London, UK - ****

The Best Brothers (Play Revival) - Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ****

Big Fish (Musical) - Neil Simon Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

The Bodyguard (Musical) - Adelphi Theatre - West End - London, UK - **

The Book of Mormon x3 (Musical) - Prince of Wales Theatre - West End - London, UKNational Tour at Princess of Wales Theatre - Toronto, ON; Bank of America Theatre - Chicago, IL - ****1/2

Bull (Play) - 59E59's Theater B - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

Buyer & Cellar (Play) - Rattlestick Playwrights Theater - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ****1/2

The Call (Play) - Playwrights Horizons' Peter Jay Sharp Theatre - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - Review **1/2

Carmen (Ballet) - National Ballet of Canada at the Four Seasons for the Performing Arts - Toronto, ON - **1/2

Carmina Burana - Toronto Symphony at Roy Thompson Hall - Toronto, ON

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Play Revival) - Richard Rodgers Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ****

Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (Musical Revival) - Broadway Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Circle, Mirror, Transformation (Play) - Royal Court Theatre at Rose Lipman Building - London, UK - ***1/2

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Musical) - Theatre Royal Drury Lane - West End - London, UK - **

The Comedy of Errors (Play Revival) - The Public Theater at the Delacorte Theatre - New York City, NY - ***

Come From Away (Musical) x2 - Studio Theatre at Sheridan College Theatre - Oakville, ON & Panasonic Theatre (Reading) - Toronto, ON  - *****

The Cripple of Inishmaan (Play Revival) - Michael Grandage Company at Noël Coward Theatre - West End - London, UK - ***1/2

The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable (Play) - Punchdrunk and The National Theatre at Temple Studios - London, UK - Review ****

Eating Pomegranates Naked (Play) - SummerWorks at Lower Ossington Theatre - Toronto, ON - ***

Evil Dead The Musical (Musical Revival) - Randolph Theatre - Toronto, ON - ***

Falsettos (Musical Revival) - Acting Upstage at Daniels Spectrum, Slaight Hall - Toronto, ON - ***

Far From Heaven (Musical) - Playwrights Horizons - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

Fetch Clay, Make Man (Play) - NYTW - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

First Date (Musical) - Longacre Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

The Flick (Play) - Playwrights Horizons - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ****1/2

The Flood Thereafter (Play) - Canadian Stage Company at Berkeley Street Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ***

Foreign Accent Syndrome (Musical Workshop) - At Ryerson University Theatre School - Toronto, ON

Fortune and Men's Eyes (Play) - Dancemakers and Center for Creation - Toronto, ON - ***

Fun Home (Musical) - Newman Theater at The Public Theater - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ****

Garden (Play Revival) - Trinity Repertory Company - Providence, RI - ***

The Gay Heritage Project (Play) - Buddies in Bad Times Theatre - Toronto, ON - ****1/2

Golden Boy (Play Revival) - Lincoln Center Theater at Belasco Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ****

The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble (Play) - Factory Theatre and Obsidian Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ***1/2

Hands on a Hardbody (Musical) - Brooks Atkinson Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

Here Lies Love (Musical) - LuEsther Hall at The Public Theater - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ****

House (Play Revival) - Trinity Repertory Company - Providence, RI - ***

I'll Eat You Last (Play) - Booth Theatre - Braodway - New York City, NY - ****

Innovation (Ballet) - National Ballet of Canada at the Four Seasons for the Performing Arts - Toronto, ON - Review ****1/2
Watershed *****
Being and Nothingness (Part 1) - *****
Unearth - ****
...black night's bright day... - ***1/2

Jabber (Play) - Young People's Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ****1/2

The Jungle Book (Musical) - The Goodman Theatre - Chicago, IL - ***1/2

Kinky Boots x2 (Musical) - Al Hirschfeld Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ****

Kiss Me Kate (Musical Revival) - The Old Vic Theatre - West End - London, UK - ****

The Landing (Musical) - Vineyard Theatre - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

Les Misérables x2 (Musical Revival) - Princess of Wales Theatre - Toronto, ON - ***1/2

Lucky Guy (Play) - Broadhurst Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

Macbeth (Play Revival) - Canadian Stage Company's Shakespeare in High Park Amphitheatre - Toronto, ON - Review ****

Macbeth (Play Revival) - Trafalgar Studios - West End - London, UK - ****

Marathon of Hope (Musical Workshop) - MacDonald Heaslip-Hall at Sheridan College Theatre - Oakville, ON

Matilda (Musical) - Shubert Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty: A Gothic Romance (Ballet) - A New Adventures Production at New York City Center - New York City, NY - Review **1/2

Merrily We Roll Along (Musical Revival) - Harold Pinter Theatre - West End - London, UK - ****1/2

Motown the Musical (Musical) - Lunt Fontanne Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Murder Ballad (Musical) - Union Square Theatre - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Murderers Confess at Christmastime (Play) - SummerWorks at Lower Ossington Theatre - Toronto, ON - ***

Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play (Play) - Playwrights Horizons - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - Review **

The Nance (Play) - Lincoln Center Theater at the Lyceum Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 (Musical) - Kazino in Chelsea - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ****

Needles and Opium (Play Revival) - Canadian Stage Company at Bluma Apel Theatre in the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts - Toronto, ON - **1/2

Newsies (Musical) - Nederlander Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Night of the Living Dead Live (Play) - Theatre Passe Muraille - Toronto, ON - ***1/2

The Old Friends (Play) - Signature Theatre in the Irene Diamond Theatre - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

Once (Musical) - Royal Alexandra Theatre - Toronto, ON - ****

On the Rocks (Musical) - Theatre Passe Muraille - Toronto, ON - ***

Passion (Musical Revival) - Classic Stage Company - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ****1/2

Peter and Alice (Play) - Michael Grandage Company at Noël Coward Theatre - West End - London, UK - ***

Picnic (Play Revival) - Roundabout Theater Company at the American Airlines Theater - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***1/2

Pig (Play) - Buddies in Bad Times Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ***1/2

Pippin (Musical Revival) - A.R.T. at Loeb Drama Center - Boston, MA - ****1/2

The Power of Harriet T! (Play) - Young People's Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ***

Pur ti Miro, No. 24, The Man in Black & Theme and Variation (Ballet) - National Ballet of Canada at the Four Seasons for the Performing Arts - Toronto, ON - ****

Pygmalion (Play Revival) - The Old Globe - San Diego, CA - ****1/2

Race (Play) - Canadian Stage at Bluma Appel Theatre in the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts - Toronto, ON - Review **1/2

Reasons to be Happy (Play) - MCC at Lucille Lortel Theatre - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

Repetitive Strain Injury (Play) - Company Kid Logic at Factory Theatre Studio - Toronto, ON - **

Slowgirl (Play) - Steppenwolf Theatre - Chicago, IL - ***

The Snow Geese (Play) - Manhattan Theatre Club at the Friedman Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

Someone Else (Play) - Canadian Stage Company at Berkeley Street Theatre - Toronto, ON - ****

Swan Lake (Ballet Revival) - National Ballet of Canada at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts - Toronto, ON - Review ****1/2

Talley's Folly (Play Revival) - Roundabout Theater Company at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Mirium Steinberg Center for Theatre - New York City, NY - **

The Taming of the Shrew (Play Revival) - Canadian Stage Company's Shakespeare in High Park Amphitheatre - Toronto, ON - Review ***

The Theory of Relativity (Musical) - Studio Theatre at Sheridan College Theatre - Oakville, ON - ****

This (Play) - Canadian Stage at the Berkeley Street Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ***1/2

This Heaven (Play) - Belvoir Theatre - Sydney, NSW, AU - ***1/2

This is War (Play) - Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, ON - ****1/2

3 Kinds of Exile (Play) - The Atlantic Theater Company - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

Tommy (Musical Revival) - Stratford Shakespeare Festival in the Avon Theatre - Stratford, ON - **1/2

Tristan & Yseult (Play) - Kneehigh at Berkeley Repertory Theatre - Berkeley, CA - **1/2

The Valley (Play) - Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review ****

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Play) - Lincoln Center Theater at the Golden Theatre - Broadway - New York City, NY - ***

Venice (Musical Lab) - The Public Theater - Off-Broadway - New York City, NY - **1/2

Venus in Fur (Play) - Canadian Stage Company at Bluma Apel Theatre in the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts - Toronto, ON - Review ****1/2

Winners and Losers (Play) - Crow's Theatre and Canadian Stage Company at Berkeley Street Theatre - Toronto, ON - ***

The Wizard of Oz (Musical Revival) - Ed Mirvish Theatre - Toronto, ON - Review **1/2

You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Musical Revival) - Actor's Fund Benefit at the Baillie Theatre in the Young Centre for the Performing Arts - Toronto, ON

Zumanity (Circus) - Cirque du Soleil at New York New York Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas, NV - ****

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Best of 2013 Lists:
Best of Music
Best of Television 2012
Best of Stage 2012
Best of Movies 2011/12/13


Previous Best-of Lists: 

Best of 2012 Lists:
Best of Music 2012
Best of Stage 2012

Best of 2011 Lists:
Best of Music 2011
Best of Television 2011
Best of Stage 2011


Best of 2010 Lists:
Best of Music 2010
Best of Television 2010
Best of Stage 2010
Best of Movies 2010


Best of 2009 Lists:
Best of Music 2009
Best of Television 2009
Best of Stage 2009
Best of Movies 2009


Decadeworthy - The Best of 2000-2009 Lists:
SYTYCDworthy (w/ Videos) - List Format
Theatre of the Decade
Best Films of the Decade
Favorite Films of the Decade
Television of the Decade
Television of the Decade - 1 Season Wonders


Best of 2008 Lists:
Best of Music 2008
Best of Television 2008
Best of Stage 2008
Best of Movies 2008
Best of Television Fall '07 - Winter '08 List


Best of 2007 Lists:
Best of Music 2007
Best of Television 2007
Best of Movies 2007
Best of Stage 2007
Best of 2007 (The Final Wrap Up)
Best of Television Fall '06 - Winter '07 List


Best of 2006 Lists:
Best of Music 2006
Best of Television 2006
Best of Movies 2006
Best of 2006
Best of Television Fall '05 - Winter '06 List


Best of 2005 Lists:
Best of Television 2005
Best of Movies 2005


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