Having It All: New Musical Tells the Story of Five Remarkable Women
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The last date listed for Having It All was Sunday March 31, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Hailed by The Washington Post as "more than dance," Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. This performance at Laguna Dance Festival's 10th anniversary features Julia Adam's Devil's Fruit, a psychedelic, sexy ballet showcasing the company's raw strength and easy elegance. Highlighting virtuosic dancers and works from some of the industry's top choreographers, the Laguna Dance Festival brings the distant world of stage dance to the uniquely intimate stage venues of Laguna Beach. The evening includes a pre-show talk with the director. Learn More
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“Having It All has it all! A brilliant examination of the modern-day everywoman. It succeeds brilliantly. … Terrific music …exceptionally clever lyrics …” —_Los Angeles Times (Critic’s Choice)
“It’s a treat to see this much seasoned female talent on one stage, and the moments of five-part harmony are glorious. There are no weak links in this powerhouse cast.” —_"Orange County Register":http://www.ocregister.com/entertainment/having-498991-women-five.html
“The show is a winner from start to finish! John Kavanaugh’s music is bright and breezy. David Goldsmith’s lyrics are clever and incisive. Wendy Perelman and David Goldsmith’s book affords each leading lady considerably more opportunity to wear her legit hat more than most musicals do. … A show that will resonate with women of all ages, and just might touch the heart and funny bone of men in tow,_ Having It All_ entertains and enriches in equal measure!” —StageSceneLA.com
Conceived by Wendy Perelman
Directed by Richard Israel
Music by John Kavanaugh
Lyrics by David Goldsmith
Book by David Goldsmith & Wendy Perelman
This show contains adult themes, and is recommended for mature audiences only.