Stunning One-Woman Show Jamaica, Farewell
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The last date listed for Jamaica, Farewell was Sunday March 30, 2014 / 4:00pm.
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Fanny Brice, Eddie Cantor and Al Jolson ruled the entertainment world in the 1930s -- from stage and screen to radio and records -- with their wide-ranging singing, acting and comedy talents. Now, Plaza Theatre brings this fabulous trio back to life in a high-energy musical revue that captures the era through an amazing lineup of great tunes. The hits just keep on coming, with "My Man," "Second Hand Rose," "Makin' Whoopee," "Yes Sir, That's My Baby," "Swanee," "You Made Me Love You" and many more. Learn More
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I found it enhancing. I am married to a Jamaican woman and becaus it was not in Patous I understood most. The few localize expressions where everyone laughed but me because I did not get it were inconsequential. I still enjoyed it thoughly.
Quotes & Highlights
”Powerful…with wit and a melodic Jamaican lilt, Ehrhardt proves to be an entertaining and charming raconteur.” —The New Yorker
”Fantastic! An emotional journey that does full justice to the drama of her life-changing off-stage odyssey” —Time Out NY
”Flashes of wit and genuine lyricism combined with an adventure that might make James Bond sweat…gripping and marvelously funny!” —Backstage, NY
”Winning! The evening’s real pleasure is simply Ehrhardt herself, She’s got it going on, living every day like Independence Day.” —Los Angeles Times
”A terrific story with wit and panache…suspenseful enough for a thriller and deliciously funny.” —LA Weekly
”Not since Nia Vardalos’ My Big Fat Greek Wedding has there been such a captivating and hilarious one-person show.” —Livelyarts.com