Mick Berry's One-Man Bio Show Keith Moon: The Real Me
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The last date listed for Keith Moon: The Real Me was Sunday August 18, 2013 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Eureka Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $30.00 - $47.00
- Our Price:
- $15.00 - $23.50
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
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from bwkbwkRed Velvet
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Good show with lots of Who songs played throughout. The musicians were all very good, especially the star of the show (Mick Berry), who is a superb drummer, though they all need to work on their vocals.
The back story throughout the show, with Mick Berry playing Keith Moon and relating stories of his life to the audience, was interesting at first, but the novelty wore off a bit after awhile.
Quotes & Highlights
“Berry brings Moon’s deceptively anarchic but tightly controlled artistry to life in one classic by The Who after another … Exhilarating reproductions … What Berry does best is show us why Moon was the most important drummer of his generation, and why that matters.” —San Francisco Chronicle_* *
“For anyone who can’t get enough of rock and roll drumming or The Who, have I got a show for you … Berry plays the drums like a madman.” —_Theater Dogs