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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben -July 27,  2019



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July 27, 2019

I Spy a Spy,
 book and lyrics by Jamie Jackson and book and music by Sohee Youn, at the Theatre at St. Clement's, produced by Eric Krebs, is a musical, as the title suggests, about spies. A twelve member cast is directed and choreographed by Bill Castellino. They are all excellent singers, especially the two leads, Emma Degerstedt and Andrew Mayer. The plot is silly, but amusing. The music is enjoyable. The highlight is a song in Act II Only a Russian, choreographed brilliantly, with some of the dancers doing wonderful rapid turns. We congratulated the cast at the opening night party at 123 Burger Shot Beer Bar, 738 10th Avenue.

Two's a Crowd, book by Rita Rudner and Martin Bergman, music and lyrics by Jason Feddy, at 59 East 59, is a musical about two strangers (Rita Rudner and Robert Yaeko), who find themselves sharing the same room in an overcrowded hotel in Las Vegas. In the beginning they do not relate to each other, but gradually they find themselves enjoying each other's company. It is a pleasant, modest musical, with a four member cast, directed by Martin Bergman. The music and singing is very good, and the situation is funny, mainly because Rudner is a very fine  comedienne.
We congratulated the cast and creative team at the theater's bar on the second floor, toasting them with sparkling white wine on their opening afternoon.

At The Met Cloisters, Museum and Gardens, 99 Margaret Drive, in Fort Tryon Park, I attended a press preview  The Colmar Treasure: A Medieval Jewish Legacy July 22-January 20, 2020.  The French city of Colmar in medieval Alsace on the Rhine river had a thriving Jewish community up to the 14th century. When the Plague appeared in 1348, the Jews were accused of poisoning the water in the wells. The entire community, their synagogue and other buildings  were destroyed by the Christians . One family hid their jewelry, coins and precious possessions in a wall  in their house , which was discovered by workmen in 1863. This is the exhibition that is on display at the Cloisters. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. created this magnificent building on the highest point in Manhattan in1925. Sculptures, tapestries, and architectural elements were brought from monasteries and convents in Europe. It is one of the finest collections of medieval art in the world, and it was opened to the public in 1938. Every New Yorker and tourist should visit it.

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