Ain't Misbehavin': The "Fats" Waller Musical Show at San Diego Rep
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The last date listed for Ain't Misbehavin' was Sunday October 14, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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A wedding toast turns into a one-man virtuoso performance of the greatest Jewish play of all time in The Dybbuk (for Hannah and Sam's Wedding). Multiple Drama Critics Circle Award-winner (and acclaimed multi-character actor) Ron Campbell makes his highly anticipated return to San Diego in this staged reading of the timeless, chilling story of love and exorcism about a young Jewish woman possessed by the wandering spirit of her predestined -- and deceased -- husband. Adapted from Jewish playwright S. Ansky's seminal work and directed by Todd Salovey, the performance features haunting music composed and performed by Yale Strom and members of Hot Pstromi. Learn More
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We were disappointed that in a theater barely two thirds full, our "seats issued by theater (Lyceum)" were in the very last row. There were fully 3 totally empty rows ahead of us. We will not do Goldstar at the Lyceum again if the seats are not assigned ahead of time.
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Critics’ Choice - “Irresistibly entertaining…a wave of musical cheer…Like ‘Fats’ Waller in his day, this disarming show aims to please-and at the Rep, it does just that.” —San Diego Union Tribune
“A joyous, sassy winner” —SD Reader
“Deliriously delicious” —sandiego.com
The Broadway musical Ain’t Misbehavin’ won three Tony Awards and a New York Drama Critic’s Circle Award. Thirty unforgettable numbers make this sassy and sexy, dance-and-song hit parade one of the most entertaining musicals of our time!
The Harlem Renaissance was one of the most astonishing explosions of creativity in modern American history. Musical genius was onstage most every night at venues like The Cotton Club and The Savoy Ballroom. Clubs on Lennox Avenue were ablaze with stride piano players stunning the world with the new beat of “swing.” And Fats Waller was the king of the street!
Conceived by Richard Maltby, Jr. and Murray Horwitz
Directed and choreographed by Patdro Harris (Crowns)
Musical direction by JMichael