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Falling For Eve – Trouble in Paradise: Adam & Eve Revisited Off-B’way

July 18th, 2010 No Comments

There is some very good news at The York Theatre.  The elevator is working.  As is the air conditioning.  Their new production of “Falling For Eve” however is another story.  And I mean that quite literally.  It is a brand new take on Adam and Eve with a wise and witty book by Joe DiPietro […]

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Memphis the musical is like a shot of adrenalin on Broadway

October 24th, 2009 No Comments

Two outstanding performances – Chad Kimball as the uneducated, charming, aggressive and street smart white guy Huey who plays by his own rules in segregated Memphis of the 1950’s and Montego Glover as Felicia, a beautiful black underground club singer on Beale Street – in the vibrant, original musical Memphis, by Joe DiPietro (Book & […]

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The Toxic Avenger will have you laughing like a hyena

April 7th, 2009 No Comments

Is toxic waste funny?  Is an over sexed beautiful blind librarian who dreams of writing hot romance novels while bumping into walls and pouring tea into a lap instead of a cup funny?  Is a corrupt female mayor who aspires to be governor, using her sexual charms to seduce to win at all costs and […]

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