Historical Drama A Lady and a Woman Recounts the Love Story of Two African-American Women
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The last date listed for A Lady and a Woman was Sunday March 24, 2013 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Eureka Theatre:
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- $30.00 - $47.00
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Writer and comic Bruce Vilanch steps into a role previously performed by Bert Lahr and Red Skelton in this production of Du Barry Was a Lady. Featuring music and lyrics by Cole Porter, the story follows a hapless nightclub washroom attendant who wins the Irish Sweepstakes. An inadvertent dose of knock-out drops transports him to a dream world where he imagines himself as King Louis XV in pursuit of the lovely and mischievous Madame Du Barry. Porter's score features terrific numbers including "Friendship," "Well, Did You Evah?," "Do I Love You?," "Katie Went to Haiti" and "But in the Morning, No." Learn More
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Featured review from Ken in KensingtonRed Velvet
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Wonderful, wonderful. This may be the best thing that Rhino has done in the past five years. Frankly, I had stopped attending given some of the lack luster productions I had seen in the near past. Friends put me on to this production and I was elated. Rhino can do it. The question is: can Rhino do it repeatedly? "A lady and a Woman" should be reprised with the same cast. Congratulations Rhino!.