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54 SINGS HOW TO SUCCEED
JUNE 5  7pm $30-$40 Tickets

Have you always wanted to learn How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying? If so, come join us when Feinstein’s/54 Below brings one of Broadway’s funniest musicals to vivid life. A cast of Broadway’s greatest musical comedians will be on hand to sing such Frank Loesser hits as “I Believe in You”, “Coffee Break”, “Brotherhood of Man”, and many more in celebration of this hysterical, Pulitzer Prize winning musical comedy!
Produced and Directed by Robert W. Schneider

STARRING
Josh Grisetti (It Shoulda Been You)

Nick Wyman (Catch Me If You Can)
George Salazar (Be More Chill)

Eddie Korbich (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder)
Ginna Claire Mason (Wicked)
Luba Mason (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying)
Allison Guinn (On the Town)

Bryonha Marie Parham (After Midnight)

Timothy Jerome (Me and My Girl)

WITH
Allison Griffith
Kristen Kane
Cori Solbun
Deirdre Donohue
Erin Rice
Jennifer Reed
Jeremy Konokpa
Matthew McFarland
Michael Hajjar
Roger Dawley
Sean Switser 
Sean White
Featuring
The Voice of Robert Morse (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying)
HOST

Jo Sullivan Loesser (The Most Happy Fella)

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Wednesday
Oct132010

OCT. 13th, 2010 "THEATERMANIA" REVIEW of PANDORA'S BOX at NYMF

... Pandora's Box, at the Theatre at St. Clement's. Glen Roven bases his music and lyrics fairly faithfully on the 1995 French film Gazon Maudit (French Twist)...

Pandora (Kerry Butler) is a bored housewife neglected by her philandering husband, Oliver (played with convincing sleaze by James Patrick Stuart). One evening, while he's out clubbing, a stranded motorist knocks on Pandora's door. While awaiting a tow, Mona (Deidre Goodwin), manages to unclog Pandora's drain...

Both actresses are authentic enough to make the speed-seduction credible.

That she succeeds is partly due to the intercession of a whore with a heart of gold -- played by Luba Mason, who seizes the stage at the top of Act 2 and gives a knockout performance of the show's one memorable song, "One Great Love." With this cliché cameo, Mason manages to convey a fully rounded character deserving of our invested concern...

 

-- Sandy MacDonald



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