Milvotchkee, Visconsin: A Comedy About the Tragedy of Dementia
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Spoken word, hip hop and a little live ragtime music propel this world-premiere one-man show on the life and times of composer Scott Joplin, starring writer-performer Robert Barry Fleming. Awarded a posthumous Pulitzer Prize in 1976 for "his contributions to American music," Joplin and his signature piano pieces like "The Maple Leaf Rag" and "The Entertainer" became huge hits at the turn of the 20th century, and then were revived again in the 1970s through an album collection and the soundtrack to the hit movie The Sting. Fleming explores Joplin's music, as well as his contemporary and historical influences, in this new solo musical event. Learn More
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Featured review from Susan Doyle-Godfrey
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This is the first time we attended a production at the 10th Avenue theater. The facilities were very good. The staff were welcoming and accommodating. The production was very good although sad. I liked the creative way the story was told and felt the actors were excellent. My only suggestion was that there was a lot of yelling; some of the lines could have been said and received better had the actors had not over dramatized some of their lines. All-in-all it was a very good experience and would consider attending another play at the 10th Avenue theater. Thank you.
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The acting was amazing. Linda Libby never disappoints. The script was excellent and unpredictable and also very funny for a tough subject like Alzheimer's. i highly recommend it, although it is also a tear jerker if you have any connection to...continued