Good morning! Outside the rehearsal studio, Julia and Michael exchange little smiles and a sly handclasp as Eileen and Derek arrive. Derek’s all business, barking out orders and comments. With a sh... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2012/03/ more
Let's get it out of the way at the beginning: almost everything about the actual workshop presentation on this week's Smash worked. It was terrific to watch. Everything about the Julia and Michael storyline was so painful. So let's get a more
It’s happened. Geese are flying south for the summer. The sun has risen in the west (and yes, I do have to sing through that section of the Beauty and the Beast lyric in order to remember which direction it’s actually supposed to rise/set; and yes, I do h more
Previously on "Smash" : "I hate Mondays." Big Buck Hunter! Marilyn musical!
Presented without commentary, the most absurd, comical, self-serious and/or humorless moments from Episode 7, "The Workshop," in chronological order.
1. "It's New York; more
If " The Workshop " had merely been based around the workshop, I'd have given this episode of Smash a sterling grade.
Would there have been enough material to set an entire hour around this run-through of Marilyn: The Musical ? I don't see why not. We more
'Smash,' Season 1, Episode 8, 'The Workshop': TV Recap. Finally, the darn workshop is here. But first Julia and Michael Swift secretly hold hands on the street, rudely interrupted by Derek and Eileen who are also on their way to rehearsal. http://blogs.ws more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Workshop," the March 19 episode of NBC's "Smash," in which Bernadette Peters sings some 'Gypsy,' and investors get to see 'Marilyn: the Musical.' http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/smash-the-workshop more