Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
December 14, 2010
Closing:
December 30, 2010

Theater: Marquis Theatre / 1535 Broadway, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Famed siblings Donny and Marie Osmond share the stage in a holiday extravaganza.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    CHARLES ISHERWOOD

    December 14, 2010: Wholesomeness is not the marketable commodity it once was in American culture. Today’s young stars tend to make the transformation from fresh-faced innocent to precocious young adult before they’ve lost their baby fat, presumably with the advice of managers or parole officers.

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    December 14, 2010: Trust Donny and Marie Osmond to find the real meaning of Christmas: Donny and Marie. Their two-hour "Donny & Marie — A Broadway Christmas" at the Marquis Theatre is a frothy celebration of their lives, their careers, their sheer longevity. Nothing else has a chance of shining through in this commercialized, Osmond cheese-fest.

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  • AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    December 14, 2010: The rule barring flash photography in theaters doesn’t seem to apply to “Donny & Marie — A Broadway Christmas,” where hundreds of theatergoers have been whipping out cell phones to memorialize the experience of seeing the Osmond siblings.

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  • HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    December 14, 2010: Nobody will ever describe Donny & Marie as cutting edge, but there's something to be said for performers who remain unapologetically true to themselves and to the variety-show format that gave them their biggest success.

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  • NEW JERSEY NEWSROOM REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    December 14, 2010: Former teen idols Donny Osmond and his sister Marie Osmond have remained highly successful multi-tasking entertainers for close to half a century — hard to imagine but true — although their career path seldom takes them to Broadway.

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  • BACKSTAGE REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    David Sheward

    December 14, 2010: Certain performers inspire more admiration for their hard work and tenacity at remaining in the spotlight than for their talent or interpretative skills. Such is the case with Donny and Marie Osmond—for this critic at any rate. I was never a fan of the white-bread duo at the height of their fame in the 1970s, when they headlined an ABC variety series and had hits at the top of the pop and country charts. But during "Donnie & Marie: A Broadway Christmas," their holiday show at the Marquis, I couldn't help but think, "Boy, they are really putting out 110 percent to give us a good time."

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  • ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY REVIEW OF Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas

    Melissa Rose Bernardo

    December 14, 2010: With the exception of a couple scattered carols and a show-ending candy-cane toss, there's nothing particularly Christmassy about Donny & Marie — A Broadway Christmas (now playing through Jan. 2 at Broadway's Marquis Theatre). In fact, aside from its Times Square location and a few Andrew Lloyd Webber tunes, there's nothing very Broadway about the Osmonds' insanely entertaining two-hour song-and-dance spectacular, either. It's Vegas, baby — from the hydraulic lifts on which the siblings make their entrance to the massive TV screens that provide up-waaay-close, personal looks at the stars' now-fiftysomething faces. And just wait till Donny fires up the wind machines.

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