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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben - October 26, 2013


Aubrey Reuben

On the Town With Aubrey Reuben
Where All the Stars Shine Brightly!
October 26, 2013

10-21-13 Cast member Patrick Page and Paige Davis at the opening night party for "A Time to Kill" at Bryant Park Grill. 25 West 40th St. Sunday night 10-20-13.  photo by:  aubrey reuben

10-21-13 Cast member Patrick Page and Paige Davis at the opening night party for "A Time to Kill" at Bryant Park Grill. 25 West 40th St.
Sunday night 10-20-13

On Broadway, A Time to Kill, based on the novel by John Grisham, adapted for the stage by Rupert Holmes, is a courtroom drama. It is well acted by a large cast, headed by Sebastian Arcelus and Patrick Page as opposing lawyers. This is a play for fans of courtroom antics. The opening night party at Bryant Park Grill attracted guests likePatrick Stewart, Stephanie J. Block and Paige Davis.

The Snow Geese, by Sharr White, is a dull and boring play about a widow, having a shooting party at the family lodge in upstate New York in 1917.  The seven member cast consists of fine actors, whose efforts are wasted in this production.
A revival of Betrayal, by Harold Pinter, opens on October 27. I will write about it in my next column.
Off-Broadway, a revival of Juno an the Paycock, by Sean O'Casey, has received a splendid production by the Irish Repertory Company. The story of a poor Irish family suffering in Dublin during the Irish Civil War in 1922 is powerful. The cast, headed by J. Smith-Cameron and Ciaran O'Reilly, is first rate, directed by Charlotte Moore. You won't want to miss this play.
Fun Home, music by Jeanine Tesori, book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, is a chamber style musical about a family living in a small town in Pennsylvania, based on an autobiographical book by Alison Bechdel. The father is gay, the mother is frustrated and the daughter becomes a lesbian in college. The cast is excellent.

The National Touring company of The Gershwin's Porgy and Bess offered three selections at a press preview. The cast is excellent and it should be a great success on tour.
A magnificent exhibition Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Maruitshuis October 22 to  January 19, 2014 can be seen at the Frick Museum. 15 paintings have been sent with Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring given a special place of honor hanging by itself in the Oval Room. Every painting is a treasure. Among them is Rembrandt's Susanna and Jan Steen's As the Old Sing, So Pipe the Young. Do not miss this once in a lifetime, glorious chance to see these works of art without having to visit the royal museum in the Hague.

































I attended a reception for the Philippe Hatem Foundation for a Happy Childhood America at Henry Buhl's apartment on Prince St. Georges Hatem (President) andPierre Dulaine (Treasurer) addressed the guests to tell about the launch of the foundation in America to help underprivileged children, after their success with the program in Africa, Asia and South America. The goal to to rehabilitate children living in poverty around the world is a laudable one. Children are our future and all of them deserve to smile from good health and education. It was a wonderful evening, and I wish them great success in their new project in America.
Havana Libre, 688 Tenth Ave, opened three weeks ago, and we attended a food tasting. We were served delicious hors d'oeuvres and wine and champagne at this charming culinary addition to the Westside.  Cuban sandwiches, empanadas de picadillo, oysters, bacalao, chicken and beef were among the appetizers served. They were scrumptious.
Ballet in Cinema from Emerging Pictures presented Spartacus: Live from The Bolshoi Ballet, music by Adam Khachaturian, choreography by Yuri Grigorovich. It is a magnificent ballet about the famous uprising of prisoners against the Romans. The dancing was spectacular by all the principals and the corps de ballet. Mikhail Lobukhin was powerful in the title role with speed and technique that was dazzling. Anna Nikulina was sublime as his wife Phygia. As always, Svetlana Zakharova was divine as  the courtesan Aegina and Vladislav Lantratov was impressive as the Roman consul Crassus. The orchestra was conducted by Pavel Sorokin. It was a memorable production.


10-24-13 Chef Jose Mesarina presents a plate of delicious hors d'oeuvres at a media food tasting at Havana Libre. 688 Tenth Ave. Wednesday night 10-23-13.  photo by:  aubrey reuben

10-24-13 Chef Jose Mesarina presents a plate of delicious hors d'oeuvres at a media food tasting at Havana Libre. 688 Tenth Ave. Wednesday night







joyce brooks, gerard mckeon.  photo by:  rose billings

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