Take Me Out: Tony-Winning Baseball Drama from Dominion Stage
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The last date listed for Take Me Out was Thursday October 20, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Renowned song and dance man Danny Kaye's work spanned film, television, stage and music until his death in 1987. Now, as part of a nationwide tour, Brian Childers brings the great entertainer back to life in An Evening with Danny Kaye. This tribute to one of Broadway and Hollywood's greatest showmen is a treat for those who already love Kaye's work, as well as those who are "meeting" him for the first time. Childers has performed in numerous version of the story of Danny Kaye, including in Danny and Sylvia: A Musical Love Story, which was first performed at TACT and won him the Helen Hayes Award and the Mary Goldwater Award. Learn More
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It's an excellent play. It won a Tony for best play almost 10 years ago and I saw an excellent vs in DC about 5 years ago. The writing is very good but the show is nothing without excellent actors. I wasn't sure what to expect from this little company. The 3 main leads and a couple of the supporting roles were really well done. I was very impressed with the performance and would recommend it to friends. And kudos to members of the cast brave enough to handle the nudity that is an important part of the show.
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Was unexpectedly good. Couple outstanding performances were JImmy Hennigan as Shane and Richard Issacs as Kippy. Both were pretty amazing. Couple of flat performers, but overall, this production moved well, was cohesive, and compelling. Nice...continued
By Richard Greenberg
Directed by Matthew Randall
Produced by William D. Parker
Darren Lemming, the star center fielder of the world champion New York Empires, is young, rich, famous, talented, handsome and so convinced of his popularity that when he casually announces he’s gay, he assumes the news will be readily accepted by everyone. It isn’t.
Like a good ball game, Take Me Out offers the fans a winning combination of drama and suspense, memorable personalities (and physiques), and occasional agony alternating with bouts of exhilaration. True to Dominion Stage’s mission to remain “Anything But Predictable,” this entertaining production is the perfect opportunity to take someone out.