Storyville, a Smokin' Hot Musical About the Origins of American Jazz
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The last date listed for Storyville was Sunday December 12, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Even if you've never heard of Irving Berlin, you've heard his songs: "God Bless America," "White Christmas," "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm," "Alexander's Ragtime Band," "Puttin' on the Ritz," "There's No Business Like Show Business," the list goes on (and on). Now you have a unique opportunity to "see" this iconic composer, through the performance of Hershey Felder. Felder has previously performed as George Gershwin, Beethoven and Chopin, but now he's taking on the role of one of America's most prolific composers, Berlin. In Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin you'll hear Berlin's classic songs performed by Felder as well as stories about Berlin's life and how he created so many pieces of music we still love to listen to today. Take advantage of this one-night only performance at the San Diego Repertory Theatre before Felder officially premieres the show in Los Angeles. Learn More
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Featured review from Eleanor Roberts
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We attended the first night of this production. The performances were solid and the singing and dancing was very good. However, the plot was very thin and some of the songs were too repetitious. Overall, it was a good but not a great play.
Book by Ed Bullins
Music and Lyrics by Mildred Kayden
Revised and Directed by Ken Page
Original Orchestrations by Danny Holgate
Musical Direction by Billy McDaniel
Storyville features a high-stakes boxing match, illegal middle-of-the-night smuggling, sizzling trumpet duets and red-hot cabaret dancing. The show includes a cast of 21 singers and dancers and a smoking’ seven-piece band that will set the house on fire!