The Anarchist - David Mamet's latest play stars two amazing actresses -- Patti Lupone and Debra Winger.
Annie - I'm going to try to get ticket for my sisters for this revival of a crowd favorite. Even if I can't see it, at least they'll enjoy it.
The Book of Mormon - Tickets are impossible to get without a long wait, but maybe someday I'll see this hit show.
Chaplin: The Musical - I really wanted to see this one, since I'm a big fan of Charlie Chaplin's silent films, and I was curious to see how they turned his life into a staged musical.
A Christmas Story: The Musical - One of my favorite movies was turned into a a musical, and I probably will never see it.
Dead Accounts - This comedy stars Katie Holmes and the always excellent Norbert Leo Butz.
Evita - I've still never seen this Andrew Lloyd Webber classic, and at this rate I don't know when I ever will.
Glengarry Glen Ross - Al Pacino graced the stage in this much hyped revival, but the good seats were too pricey for my budget.
Jersey Boys - The music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons!
Mama Mia! - They made a movie out of this ABBA inspired show, and I haven't seen the film nor the musical.
Mary Poppins - I love the original film, and hopefully this show will keep playing until my daughter is a little older so I can take her to see it.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood - I missed the original Broadway run of this show based on an unfinished novel by Charles Dickins, and I missed the revival too.
Once - Critically acclaimed, lots of positive word of mouth, yet I still wasn't able to go see this musical.
Peter and the Starcatcher - How could I resist a swashbuckling fantasy show about Peter Pan? Somehow I did.
Rock of Ages - Tom Cruise's movie adaptation flopped, but the Broadway show is still attracting crowds.
Silence! The Musical - A song and dance adaptation of one of my favorite horror movies, Silence of the Lambs, I'm so curious to see what they did with it.
Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark - I'll eventually have to see what all the hoopla is about.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Edward Albee's classic drama hits the stage again.
Working - I really wanted to see this updated version playing at the Prospect Theater.
Have you seen any of them? Let me know what I missed!