Rousuck's Review: A touring musical "Tootsie," live at the Hippodrome
In our final segment today, Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom live with her review of the new touring production of Tootsie, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical that's based on the multiple Oscar-winning 1982 film. The romantic comedy, a farcical romp through the issues of sexual identity, sexism, sexual harassment and gender stereotypes, is live on stage at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre through Sunday, December 5. For ticketing information, click here.
COVID-safe protocols are in effect at the Hippodrome, and patrons must wear masks and present proof of vaccination to be admitted.
At the conclusion of today's review, J. Wynn Rousuck offers a brief remembrance of Stephen Sondheim, the titan of Broadway musical theater who died last week at the age of 91. Judy's commentary on the legendary lyricist, whom she met and interviewed two decades ago, appears in today's online edition, and in this coming Sunday's print edition of the Baltimore Sun.