Song & Dance Tribute to Rock 'n' Roll Greats: Smokey Joe's Café
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The last date listed for Smokey Joe's Café: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller was Sunday June 8, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from James LytleRed Velvet
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SMJC is a great evening in the theater. It's not that it's a great show, because it's not. It's because this production at Arena Theater is about as good a production as can be mounted of the piece. The performers are all great, and each time one of them takes the spotlight to deliver a lyric, each steals the moment, finds his/her light, and burns a memory in the brain of every audience member. This is a show that should not be missed.
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The actors were very talented singers, the dancing was great and so were the costumes. But as there was no storyline and I only knew about one in 5 songs, it was a bit dull and dragged for me. I think if I knew more of the music, I would have...continued
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