Words By Ira Gershwin: A Biographical Musical Play
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Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music is a witty, urbane romance set to waltz time. The action takes place over a weekend at a country house in early 20th-century Sweden. Middle-aged lawyer Fredrik Egerman has been married to his teenage trophy wife for nearly a year, but she's tenaciously holding onto her virginity. His eyes begin to wander to the other guests and he finds himself searching for true meaning and fulfillment in a relationship. Sophisticated, literate and stylish, A Little Night Music explores the complexities of love and heartache with warmth and humor, and is most famous for the ballad "Send in the Clowns." Randy Reyes leads a talented cast of your favorite Mu performers, including Sheena Janson (Little Shop of Horrors), in this Sondheim classic directed by Rick Shiomi (Into the Woods). Learn More
Plenty of parking as downtown meters do not require money after 5. There is a "coat check" which makes so much sense during the winter months.Words By Ira Gershwin and the Great American Songbook info • Dec 27 2013 star this tip starred
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Ira has an excellent voice for this type of performance and was very much in command of all of the scenes. The musicians are awesome and so are the vocalists. I would have liked more music and less talk as the Gershwin's have created wonderful music which should have/could have been included in the performance.
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This was my first Park Theater experience. The venue was quite nice: an intimate-size theater, good sight lines from any seat and decent acoustics.
The Gershwin show was different from what was expected, and not as enjoyable as anticipated. ...continued