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Tuesday, April 2, 2019
"A Grand Night for Singing" @ Broadway Rose
"A Grand Night for Singing" is a collection of Rogers and Hammerstein classics, arranged in revue. This revue is bookless, and so I was grateful for the detailed playbill, which noted where each song was from. This made things more grounded than they were in the similar Kander and Ebb revue Broadway Rose did a few years ago. I overheard someone else say that despite the fact she was a pretty big fan of the duo, there were songs she hadn't heard, which suggests that material varies fairly widely. Of the numbers I recognised, quite a few if them were from previous, equally good Broadway Rose full-productions. If you liked their versions of "Oklahoma" and "The Sound of Music", you'll enjoy this show. If those I hadn't heard, the solos were my favorite. These songs are a lot to have on a single person's shoulders, but the vocalists at Broadway Rose never disappoint.
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