The Ukelele Orchestra of Great Brooklyn's Missionary in Manhattan
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The last date listed for The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Brooklyn was Sunday June 9, 2013 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta
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A crazy-good virtuoso of two disparate instruments -- the clarinet and the mandolin -- Andy Statm...Learn More
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What a disaster! The Ukulele Orchestra was nothing like an orchestra. The players could barely play. Furthermore, the script was very amateurish as were the players. And the opening acts were amateurs, too. It takes a lot of hutzpah to charge...continued
The cast of Missionary in Manhattan includes: Kaleigh Malloy, Caitlin Davis, Elizabeth May, and Dave May.
The UOGB provides a theatrical home for southerners in the north and an invitation to those untouched by southern charm. The founding members of the UOGB challenge a generation criticized for its apathy, detachment, and reliance on technology by demanding audience engagement through outrageous comedy, musical celebrations, and honest storytelling.
About the Ticket Supplier: Marcus Jewish Community Center of AtlantaThe mission of the MJCCA is to foster and ensure a vibrant greater Atlanta Jewish community by providing programs and services of distinction that attract, involve, and inspire meaningful connections and promote Jewish values.
The MJCCA has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of Atlanta's premier destinations for culturally-driven arts and entertainment performances designed to engage and enrich our entire community. We are proud to offer you an eclectic mix of outstanding theatrical, musical, and comedic performances featuring some of today's most talented and sought-after artists.
Company J (the theatre at the MJCCA) provides a nurturing environment for theater artists to train and develop their creative potential. Through dynamic productions and classes, Company J challenges the community to embrace its cultural life through the art of live performance.