While there are many documentaries about Hollywood's inner workings (these days practically every DVD comes with behind-the-scenes and making-of extras), the Broadway community has been shy about committing its creative process to film. There are a number of excellent histories of the theater — BROADWAY: THE GOLDEN AGE, BY THE LEGENDS WHO WERE THERE and PBS' Broadway: The American Musical
come immediately to mind. But they are retrospectives: Rather than capturing off-stage drama as it happens, they capture players waxing nostalgic about glories long past. Not so Dori Berinstein's cinematic love letter to what goes on behind the curtain. In addition to being a...