A Kid Comes to Power in New Musical King Matiusz I
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The last date listed for King Matiusz I: Musical was Sunday June 30, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Witness all the antics of America's favorite dizzy redhead and her Cuban crooner hubby as beloved '50s sitcom I Love Lucy is transformed into a live musical. Step back in time onto the Desilu soundstage where a charming host will give you a behind-the-scenes look at the latest hi-fi technology that makes this new thing called "television" possible. Then, the show starts, and Lucy, Ricky, Fred and Ethel get up to their side-splitting antics in the familiar cozy surroundings of their New York apartment building and at the famed Tropicana Nightclub, where The Ricky Ricardo Orchestra delights with "Babalu" and other Cuban dance numbers. In between scenes, the Crystaltone Singers will perform live advertising jingles from the show's newest sponsors (Brylcreem, anyone?) in perfect '50s-style harmony. This is your chance to be a member of the studio audience at the taping of two classic I Love Lucy episodes -- "The Benefit" (Lucy agrees to get Ricky to perform in a benefit for her women's club, as long as she is the star of the show) and "Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined" (drops from the eye doctor make Lucy's vision blurry just as she's about to have a jitterbug audition for a movie role). Learn More
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The story line and music were good. However, it was to long to sit through with kids. All the actors (kids) were great given how long the play ran. There was one woman who read her lines from a cheat sheets on her hands or taped to the back o the fan she was holding. It was very obvious.
Attendees must be age 6 or older.
About the Ticket Supplier: Jewish Musical and Theater Enterprise and Center Makor
For years Russian-Jewish immigrant families in greater Boston realized existence of a tremendous need for quality Jewish educational and cultural programming. Young and elderly people alike believe that they are missing an integral part of their cultural heritage because there is no program solely dedicated to providing Jewish cultural and educational enrichment for them at a specific centralized community setting. With the upcoming closing of Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center in Brighton in December, this issue became even more pressing. In response to this need several Boston area based Russian-Jewish community groups got together and after extensive planning and community consultations process created a Jewish Cultural and Educational Center "Makor". The objective of this center is to stimulate and grow a strong Jewish identity through enthusiasm for the Jewish culture. Since Russian Jews are mostly unaffiliated with mainstream community institutions, this objective will be accomplished through their strong desire for cultural programming and need to educate their children about the traditions of their ancestors building pride in their identity.