Satchmo at the Waldorf: An Insightful Look Inside the World of the Great Jazz Musician
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The last date listed for Satchmo at the Waldorf was Sunday November 25, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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"Satchmo at the Waldorf" was fantastic. The acting was top knotch - slipping in and out of disctinct characters. You'll learn a lot about Mr. Armstrong in a very short time. It is all so well done. There is a lot of strong language.
Quotes & Highlights
- "Extraordinary! Riveting! Impassioned! Terry Teachout -- in his debut as dramatist -- has contributed a work of insight and power!" --Boston Globe
- "A skillful production ... John Douglas Thompson brings the script to life with a smart, top-notch performance!" --The New York Times
Running time is 90 minutes.
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