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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben - November 9, 2013


Aubrey Reuben

On the Town With Aubrey Reuben
Where All the Stars Shine Brightly!
November 9, 2013

11-05-13 Cast members Matt Farcher and Haven Burton at the opening night party for "Disaster!" at Southern Hospitality. 645 Ninth Ave. Monday night 11-04-13.  photo by:  aubrey reuben

11-05-13 Cast members Matt Farcher and Haven Burton at the opening night party for "Disaster!"
at Southern Hospitality. 645 Ninth Ave.
Monday night 11-04-13
On Broadway, After Midnight is a Jazz Feast on Broadway. The joint is jumping. That's what you see on Broadway with After Midnight, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, a revue about the music, singing and dancing performed in Harlem at the Cotton Club in the 1930s. The fabulous musicians on stage are the Jazz at Lincoln Center All-Stars playing the music of Duke Ellington, Harold Arlen and other composers of that era. The talented dancers perform every type of popular dance steps of that time from tap to swing. The wonderful singers interpret the classics that were sung in the Harlem clubs. Dule Hill, Fantasia Barrino and Adriane Lenox are the headliners, but the entire cast is terrific, under the direction and choreography of Warren Carlyle. Ninety minutes without an intermission pass by in this most enjoyable and entertaining production. Your feet will be tapping when you leave the theatre with a smile on your face.
Richard III, by Shakespeare, opens on November 10. I will write about it in my next column.


































Off-Broadway, Edith, is a concert by Jil Aigrot, who was the voice of Edith Piaf in the film La Vie en Rose. With four wonderful musicians accompanying her, she sings the songs made famous by Piaf. Aigrot illustrates the life of the singer with projections of photos of scenes of Paris, magazine covers and Piaf with lovers at glamorous parties. Her voice is so like the the legendary singer, that it is remarkable. It is a wonderful presentation.
Disaster!, by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, is a hilarious musical about a disaster on a casino ship in the Hudson River. A talented cast, which includes Mary Testa, John Treacy Egan and a scene stealing Jennifer Simard as a nun with problems, create the funniest show and the most entertaining night in theatre this season. The opening night party at Southern Hospitality attracted more stars than we ever see at an Off-Off-Broadway event, including Charlotte d'Amboise, Brenda Braxton, Christine Ebersole, Jan Maxwell, Priscilla Lopez and more.

The Jacksonian, by Beth Henley, features four superb actors who we rarely see on stage in New York. Ed Harris is an ex-dentist living in a sleazy motel. Amy Madigan is his wife who kicked him out of their home. Glenne Headly is the sexy barmaid and Bill Pullman is a weird bartender. It is a combustible evening in the theatre. The opening night party took place at KTCHN in THE OUT NYC with guests Holly Hunter, Daniel Gerroll and Patricia Kalember.

I attended a program of three ballets by American Ballet Theatre (ABT) in the first week of their fall season. Les Sylphides, choreography by Michel Fokine, music by Chopin, is the typical classical ballet with three leading ballerinas, a corps de ballet and one male dancer. All excelled in their individual variations, especially Polina Semionova, Veronica Part andCory Stearns. The second ballet, Clear, choreography by Stanton Welch, music by Bach, is a modern ballet, featuring seven bare chested male dancers, headed by Marcelo Gomes, and a ballerina, Julie Kent. It features sexy male virility. The program concluded with Themes and Variations, choreography by Balanchine, music by Tchaikovsky, withIsabella Boylston and Danil Simkin in the leads. The two danced brilliantly in this crowd pleasing ballet. It was a delightful, varied program.
A memorial celebration was held for Shirley Herz, one of the finest, sweetest press agents in the theatre. Among the many speakers and performers were Charlotte Moore, Liz Smith, Tyne Daly and Angela Lansbury. I loved her and she will be missed.


11-08-13 Cast members (L-R) Director Robert Falls. Glenne Headly. Juliet Brett. Bill Pullman. playwright Beth Henley. Amy Madigan. Ed Harris at the opening night party for "The Jacksonian" at KTCHN in THE OUT NYC. 510 West 42nd St. Thursay night 11-07-13.   photo by:  Aubrey Reuben

11-08-13 Cast members (L-R) Director Robert Falls. Glenne Headly. Juliet Brett. Bill Pullman. playwright Beth Henley. Amy Madigan. Ed Harris at the opening night party for "The Jacksonian" at KTCHN in THE OUT NYC. 510 West 42nd St. Thursday night 11-07-13







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