'Smash' opening-night review: Reasons to root for Marilyn, the musical?
By Rachel Shukert Smash! It's here!!! I t's finally here!!!! I am going to add a few more exclamation points to add to the theatricality of my excitement!!! It's the show you've been hearingis going to single-handedly save Broadway from the Philistines
When I first heard of the idea for Smash, I thought, "How is this going to work?" The answer is, "Pretty fantastically, actually."
The Broadway-based show stars Katharine McPhee, Debra Messing, Anjelica Huston and Megan Hilty.
From the time Frank Vogel took over the head coaching duties for the Indiana Pacers he has preached a "smash-mouth" brand of basketball. While such proclamations were met with snickers initially, the Pacers have indeed developed a tough style of play
by Ken Tucker Smash premiered on Monday night right after the most agreeable lead-in NBC could possibly muster — The Voice, thus having musical-reality television lead into musical-fiction television. There's been a lot of TV-industry reporting about