Classic Love Songs in Isn't It Romantic at MetroStage
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A reclusive librarian -- the sole character -- finds a book that is 123 years overdue. When he opens it and finds a ticket for a Chinese laundry in London, his curiosity compels him to redeem the ticket leading him to another clue that sends him around the world on a global quest to track down the book's original borrower in Underneath the Lintel. Played by Paul Morella, the Librarian uncovers a mystery that seems to transcend the ages, but are the results due to investigation or madness? Underneath the Lintel is a moving journey of self-discovery where faith and facts intersect. Learn More
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“(Malary) has a versatile baritone voice with the control to whisper through tender passages, the power to raise the roof. He connects with the audience while crooning and maintaining (a) reserved demeanor and elegant style.” —Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Isn’t it Romantic
written and directed by David Koch
music directed by William Knowles
featuring Jimi Ray Malary and Lori Williams
MetroStage favorite Jimi Ray Malary returns to MetroStage after past hit shows, Ellington: The Life and Music of The Duke and Nat King Cole: King of Cool. This new romantic musical tribute features the songs that epitomize the many stages of romance from popular music’s most prolific and enduring songwriters: Jerome Kern, Rodgers and Hart, and George and Ira Gershwin. Direct from the Stackner Cabaret at Milwaukee Rep, Mr. Malary will be joined by Lori Williams (another MetroStage favorite featured in All Night Strut in 2005)