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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben - February 25, 2012

 

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February 25, 2012
 

02-13-12 Cast members Annika Boras (L) and Margaret Loesser Robinson at the opening night party for "The Broken Heart" at Gallagher's Steak House. 228 West 52nd St. Sunday night 12-12-12

02-14-12 Cast members (L-R) Alice Ripley. Tom Wopat.Jessie Mueller of "The Broadway Musicals of 1946" in the after-party in the party room of the Town Hall. 123 West 43rd St. Monday night 02-13-12

02-13-12 Cast members Annika Boras (L) and Margaret Loesser Robinson at the opening night party for "The Broken Heart" at Gallagher's Steak House. 228 West 52nd St. Sunday night 12-12-12

02-14-12 Cast members (L-R) Alice Ripley. Tom Wopat. Jessie Mueller of "The Broadway Musicals of 1946" in the after-party in the party room of the Town Hall. 123 West 43rd St. Monday night 02-13-12

 
02-14-12 Daniel Breaker and director Kate Whoriskey at the opening night party for "How I Learned to Drive" at HB Burger. 127 West 43rd St. Monday night 02-13-12 02-14-12 Cast member Elizabeth Reaser at the opening night party for "How I Learned to Drive" at HB Burger. 127 West 43rd St. Monday night 02-13-12

02-14-12 Daniel Breaker and director Kate Whoriskey at the opening night party for "How I Learned to Drive" at
HB Burger. 127 West 43rd St. Monday night 02-13-12

02-14-12 Cast member Elizabeth Reaser at the opening night party for "How I Learned to Drive" at HB Burger.
127 West 43rd St. Monday night 02-13-12

 
02-24-12 Cast member Amanda Quaid at the opening night party for "Galileo" at Pangea Restaurant. 178 2nd Ave. Thursday night 02-23-12 02-24-12 Bebe Neuwirth at the opening night for "Galileo" at Classic Stage Company. 136 East 13th St. Thursday night 02-23-12

02-24-12 Cast member Amanda Quaid at the opening night party for "Galileo" at Pangea Restaurant. 178 2nd Ave. Thursday night 02-23-12

02-24-12 Bebe Neuwirth at the opening night for "Galileo" at Classic Stage Company. 136 East 13th St.
Thursday night 02-23-12

 

02-07-12 (L-R) front row Jeff Bowen. Heidi Blickenstaff. Hunter Bell. Susan Blackwell. back row director Michael Berresse. musical director Larry Pressgrove at a a photo op. for "Now. Here. This. at rehearsal studios.115 West 45th St. Monday morning 02-06-12

02-22-12 Four male cast members and female cast member NaTasha Yvette Williams (L center) and B. Smith (R center) at Giveniks.com and "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" post-performance reception to support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at B.Smith's restaurant. 320 West 46th St. Tuesday night 02-21-12

02-07-12 (L-R) front row Jeff Bowen. Heidi Blickenstaff. Hunter Bell. Susan Blackwell. back row director Michael Berresse. musical director Larry Pressgrove at a a photo op. for "Now. Here. This. at rehearsal studios.115 West 45th St. Monday morning 02-06-12

02-22-12 Four male cast members and female cast member NaTasha Yvette Williams (L center) and B. Smith (R center) at Giveniks.com and "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" post-performance reception to support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at B. Smith's restaurant. 320 West 46th St.
Tuesday night 02-21-12

 
Off-Broadway, has a revival of Blood Knot, by Athol Fugard, a play about two half-brothers (well acted by Scott Shepherd and Colman Domingo) living in a dilapidated shack in a segregated section of a town in South Africa. It was written fifty years ago when apartheid was enforced and reveals the horrors of the system.
 
Russian Transport, by Erika Sheffer, is a play about a Russian family living in Brooklyn, who welcome the wife's brother from Russia. He turns out to be a sinister character, who causes untold damage on the decent family. The cast is first rate and the play is an impressive achievement by a first time playwright.
 
F. Murray Abraham gives a wonderful performance in Galileo, by Bertoldt Brecht, and Bebe Neuwirth, David Ives, Walter Bobbie and  Keith Nobbs were at the opening night. The party took place at Pangea Restaurant.
 
Givenik.com and The Gershwin's Porgy and Bess held a post-performance reception at B. Smith's restaurant to support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Many of the cast members, including NaTasha Yvette Williams attended. It was lovely event.
 
New Tang Dynasty Television invited us to the launch party of the 2012 International Chinese Culinary Competition in their studios. Delicious food was served with cocktails.
 
A third cocktail reception the same evening took place at a charming wine and cheese bar Bahr Che, where Distinctive Management, LLC, Panoramic View & Ocean Dunes held a summer kickoff party to become acquainted with their resorts and residences in the Hamptons. Summer is approaching.
 
The New York City Ballet presented its shortened version of Romeo + Juliet, choreography by Peter Martins. Sterling Hyltin and Robert Fairchild were excellent as the titular couple. Daniel Ulbricht as Mercutio received well deserved thunderous applause in the ballroom scene, and the five children were adorable in The Mandolin Dance, again receiving a grand ovation. The final program of the winter season for me consisted of three ballets, two by Balanchine and Russian  Seasons, by Alexei Ratmansky. Donizetti Variations is a playful ballet, with two superb soloists, Tiler Peck and Gonzalo Garcia, and the program concluded with the delightful Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3, with Teresa Reichlen exquisite in Elegie, Daniel Ulbricht wonderful as always in Scherzo, and Ashley Bouder and Andrew Veyette leading a magnificent Tema con Variazoni, one of the highlights of a splendid ballet.

 

 



 

 
 
 

 
 







 

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Rendezvous of French Cinema 2012 March 1-11
continues its screenings with 18 Years Old and Rising, by Fred Louf, 2011, is an entertaining film, which shows that French 18 years old boys can be as irresponsible as Americans of the same age. I hope the protagonist grows up. It is not too bright to throw oneself out the window. The young actors are quite charming and their adventures are amusing.
Delicacy
, by David and Stephane Foenkinos, 2011, is a love story about a widow (Audrey Tautou), who lives a solitary life after her husband's death, totally dedicated to her work. When she suddenly become involved with her Swedish co-worker (Francois Damiens), an off-beat romantic love story begins. Romantically inclined ladies will love this film. 38 Witnesses, by Lucas Belvaux, 2012, is a well-made film, in which a young woman is brutally stabbed to death on a quiet street. Thirty-eight witnesses claim they saw and heard nothing. When one man (a splendid Yvan Attal) comes forward to admit he heard and saw the murder, things begin to unravel. It is a powerful film. The Last Screening, by Laurent Archard, 2011, is typical slasher, horror film, about a psychologically disturbed young man, who is the manager/projectionist of a provincial French cinema. He kills and mutilates many women throughout the film. It is quite bloody, and it is hard to sit through. I cannot imagine who would enjoy this dreadful film. Farewell, My Queen, by Benoit Jacquot, 2012, is a costume drama, that takes place in Versailles during the last days of Marie Antoinette, portrayed brilliantly by Diane Kruger. Her fictitious reader/ a lady-in-waiting is played by Lea Seydoux, who also gives a splendid performance. It recreates the final days of the French court before the French Revolution destroys it. 17 Girls, by Delphine Coulin and Muriel Coulin, 2011, takes place in a boring working-class coastal town in Brittany, where a high school girl (a wonderful Louise Grinberg) becomes pregnant accidentally. Her influence on her group of friends persuades them to become pregnant also. It is a probing look into the lives of adolescent girls, who live aimless lives without guidance, who will produce children, who may suffer their fate. It is a provocative film, that I recommend highly. Unforgivable, by Andre Techine, 2011, takes place in Venice. A writer (Andre Dussollier) comes to write a novel and falls for the real estate agent (Carole Bouquet), who rents him a house. The film covers the four seasons over almost three years and the convoluted story covers the couple, their previous relationships, a daughter, a grandchild, and other incidents, too many to mention. The acting is fine, the photography is glorious, and the film is exhausting. While not too convincing, I enjoyed it nevertheless.

02-24-12 Cast member F. Murray Abraham at the opening night party for "Galileo" at Pangea Restaurant. 178 2nd Ave. Thursday night 02-23-12

02-24-12 Cast member F. Murray Abraham at the opening night party for "Galileo" at Pangea Restaurant. 178 2nd Ave. Thursday night 02-23-12

 
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