Neil Berg's 102 Years of Broadway: Relive Memorable Moments from the Biggest Shows
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The last date listed for Neil Berg's 102 Years of Broadway was Thursday February 23, 2012 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Balboa Theatre
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Featured review from exkidder
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Frankly, I expected a warmed-over song and dance review. Instead, we saw a fast-paced musical with a most talented cast of singers and musicians. It was an outstanding evening. If he brings his company back next year, we will surely attend.
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The individual performers were wonderful, but voices did not blend well in group pieces. Neil Berg's story telling was great....the event would have been better suited in a more intimate setting. The 7:30 show started 15 minutes late and...continued
*Scheduled to Perform:
Ragtime • Phantom of the Opera • The Scarlet Pimpernel
Christine, Phantom of the Opera
Into the Woods • Les Miserables • Beauty and the Beast
Miss Saigon • Jekyll and Hyde
Dreamgirls • Civil War • It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues
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