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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben February 17, 2018



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Where All the Stars Shine Brightly!
February 17, 2018

New York City Center Encores! at 25 presented Hey, Look Me Over!, conceived by Jack Viertel. Instead of one complete show, scenes from seven shows that have never been given were presented, introduced by Bob Martin. They were Wildcat, All American, Jamaica, Milk and Honey, Mack & Mabel. with a remarkable Alexandra Socha and the wonderful Douglas Sills. They  were the highlight of the evening, Greenwillow, with a  magnificent Clifton Duncan. What a brilliant voice! Sail Away and George M! Among the fine performers were Carolee Carmello, Marc Kudisch, Judy Kuhn, Tan Mutu, Bebe Neuwirth and Vanessa Williams. I have never missed  a Encores! in 25 years, and this was a very enjoyable evening.


No-No  Boy, by Ken Narasaki, based on the novel by John Okada, at the Studio Theatre at Theatre Row, is a production of the Pan Asian Repertory Theatre. The play takes place in Seattle in 1946. Japanese-Americans have returned home after being interned during World War II. There are ten excellent actors, who perform in this 85-minute play. Ichiro Yamada (Chris Doi) returns home after two years in jail for refusing to swear allegiance to the United States and join the army. His problems with his family and friends form the story. It is a fine play, which represent a dark chapter in the history of the United States.



Bar Mitzvah Boy,
 book by Jack Rosenthal, lyrics by Don Black, music by Jule Styne, is one of the Musicals in Mufti, presented by the York Theatre Company at the Theater at Saint Peter's. The eight member cast is directed by Annette Jolles, with Darren R. Cohen at the piano. At 13-years-of-age, Eliot Green (Peyton Lusk) is preparing to become a man according to the Jewish religion. In the synagogue for his bar mitzvah, he runs away to his family's distress. All ends happily. The music is pleasant and acting and singing by the entire cast is fine. We congratulated them at the opening night party in the music room at the theater.

The Music of Jule Styne, conceived and music directed by Ron Abel, with musical staging by Pamela Hunt, with Ron Abel at the piano with Richie Goods on bass, was a special cabaret presentation by the York Theatre Company. Four terrific singers Hannah Cruz, George Dvorsky, Ty Stephens and Barbara Walsh sang a selection of Jule Styne's songs from his Broadway shows, films and popular songs. It was ninety minutes of pure delight. What a wonderful composer Jule was!


I attended a sneak preview of Escape to Margaritaville, music and lyrics by Jimmy Buffett, at the Marquis Theatre. We had a discussion on stage from the two book writers, Mike O'Malley and Greg Garcia, the choreographer Kelly Devine and the director Christopher Ashley, as well as Jimmy Buffett, who posed for an exclusive photograph for me after the presentation (photo below). They presented two selections, one with Paul Alexander Nolan and Alison Luff (photo below), from the show. I am sure it will be a big hit on Broadway. It will open on March 15 and I hope to attend opening night.


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