Jacques Brel Returns: The Music of Brel, Blau, Shuman and Jouannest en Cabaret
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The last date listed for Jacques Brel Returns was Wednesday January 19, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Toni Magnotta Amato
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I love Jacques Brel's music and once again the cast involved did an excellent job. I have seen it before @ the Zipper Theatre and it was more theatrical and excitng since the cast had more room to move about.The Triad is a bit too small and there's very little leg room.I also suggest they make it known ahead of time they only accept cash!
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This was a wonderful event. The venue is cramped. The 2-drink minimum ($8 for a water or a soda) and the added on 18% gratuity, means that the least you will spend on drinks is $20. Nevertheless, if you consider how low the ticket price is,...continued
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“For Jacques Brel aficionados… Jacques Brel Returns is a must-see evening. Set in a cabaret with intimacy as the key ingredient, and performers who deliver to the audience, the Belgian actor/troubadour’s fiercely passionate songs are 75 minutes of sardonic, nostalgic, wry humor and piercing emotion.” —Cabaretscenes.org
Jacques Brel Returns: The Music of Brel, Blau, Shuman and Jouannest en Cabaret is a new production featuring highlights from Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, as well as some new arrangements.
The rotating cast will include performers from the critically-acclaimed 2006/2007 production at The Zipper Theater including Tony-Award nominee Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde), Kevin Del Aguila (composer of Altar Boyz_), Natascia Diaz (_The Capeman at the Delacorte Theatre), Tamra Hayden (Cabaret_), Rodney Hicks (The Scottsboro Boys_) and Jim Stanek (Little Women). Musical direction by Rick Hip-Flores, the evening features Jacques Brel favorites including “Carousel,” “My Childhood,” “If we Only have Love,” “Ne Mes Quitte Pas,” “The Bulls,” “Amsterdam” and “I Loved.”