Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Sylvia on Broadway Review

I do not do a ton of Broadway shows, and I really enjoy comedies especially with Matthew Broderick. I recently had the chance to see "Sylvia" at the Cort Theater with Matthew Broderick, Julie White, Annaleigh Ashford, and Robert Sella. 
The Cort theater is really gorgeous, so much detail when you look up, it is very small as well, so no seat is a bad one here. 

A.R. Gurney's Syliva is a comedy about how a new dog, Sylvia, comes between a married couple. The original off-broadway production, Sylvia was played by Sarah Jessica Parker in the 1995 Manhattan Theatre Club premiere. Annaleigh Ashford has recently won a Tony award for her performance in You Can't Take it With You, and she was part of the cast of Kinky Boots. I thought she was really fabulous as the dog, Sylvia, and the theater was really laughing up a storm at her antics. I also enjoyed Robert Sella in three roles as ladies, the audience was roaring with laughter! Matthew Broderick was perfect as the dog owner, my least favorite was the lady who played his wife, Julie White, among the whole cast. I would highly recommend this show to anyone, especially dog lovers! 

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