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George M Delivers The Razzle Dazzle Plus A Little Insight
George M is a razzamatazz, flag-waving, tuneful, toe-tapping, tap-dancing bio-revue tailor-made for the target audiences embracing its current revival at The Wick Theatre.
But written in 1968 as the world was changing, it also forces us to see the duality of that can-do optimism and post-Manifest Destiny confidence that made us the leading power for much of the 20th Century.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged George M, George M. Cohan, Norb Joerder, Scott Leiendecker, Susan Powell, The Wick Theatre Leave a comment