Almost every theatregoer knows the story of charming matchmaker and major meddler, Dolly Levi (Betty Buckley). However, her story has never been told in a bigger, bolder, or more fascinating way than in the current revival production at , directed by Jerry Zaks and featuring the fabulous choreography of Warren Carlyle.
The story, set in 1885, focuses on Dolly, a woman “who arranges things” and her current scheme to marry the “half a millionaire” Horace Vandergelder (Lewis J. Stadlen). Of course, she can’t just come right out and tell him she plans to marry him. Instead, she has to first steer him clear of his