Sunday March 16, 2014 / 1:00pmHarmony
Mezzanine (Rows C-P)
How was your experience?
Poignant, Deeply Moving and Memorable! You may not walk out humming any of the songs, but you certainly will be moved by "Every Single Day," laugh at "Hungarian Rhapsody #20" and cheer "Come To The Fatherland." Credit Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman with bringing to the stage this powerful and touching true story of a troop of inspired performers, the women they loved and defended and the risks they took to reveal the evil behind the Nazi propaganda machine, prior to World War Two. The cast is uniformly outstanding, all with beautiful voices. The Music is always lush and full bodied and the staging totally imaginative. The show moves a brisk pace, always involving, always surprising. Those who may call it old fashioned or wish for more rousing songs obviously miss the point of this intimate musical extravaganza about real people in troubled times. A story and a group almost forgotten, save for the creators of this production. My wife and I loved it.