Tag Archives: Brad Rakushin

Danny Kaye Musical Entertains But Danny Himself Is AWOL

The Kid From Brooklyn, a bio-musical about Danny Kaye at Broward Stage Door, is blessed with strong singers, likable performers, a peppy period score, a fine live band, a few touching moments and other virtues – everything but one missing element. Danny Kaye.

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Stage Door’s “Vegas: Night On The Strip” Is Blazing Revue

It won’t be hard for patrons to locate Broward Stage Door’s newest revue, Vegas: A Night on the Strip. All they have to do is look for the flames from the three-alarm fire as the production burns down the house.

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The Andrews Sisters Harmonize Stage Door’s Sisters Of Swing

Harmony. When it’s sung well, a warm visceral sense of well-being and balance missing from much of human interaction just envelops the lucky listeners. The three actresses impersonating The Andrews Sisters in Broward Stage Door’s jukebox bio-musical Sisters of Swing don’t especially look like the real-life trio, but they sound as much like the original songbirds as you can hope for.

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I Love You, You’re Perfect Etc. Returns Intact At Stage Door

If you’ve never seen I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (highly unlikely that) or if it’s been quite a while since you last saw it, the Broward Stage Door delivers a warm assured production of this seminal entry in the charming-small-budget-musical-revue-about-modern-relationships genre.

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