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Homemade Fusion Drama; Comedy/Satire; Fringe; Romance View Details Compare
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HOMEMADE FUSION, a series of musical snapshots from the imaginations of Kooman and Dimond. Each snapshot attempts to make sense of an increasingly senseless world by examining the paradox of modern times. At once dangerously cynical and desperately romantic, it is a tale of love, loss, and candy bars.

Made up of clever solos and duets, each tells a strong story, whether it be a poignant ballad or a risqué comic number. Songs deal with being true to oneself, chocoholics, misinterpreting signals and how Lucy’s laugh can drive you insane.

To see and hear some clips, please visit: http://www.koomandimond.com/shows/homemadefusion.html

Nightclub Cantata Comedy/Satire; Drama View Details Compare
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Utilizing a fast-moving revue format, this immensely inventive theatre piece provides a truly distinctive and delightful experience for performers and audiences alike. The material, all set to original music by Miss Swados, is drawn from the works of such writers as Sylvia Plath, Muriel Rukeyser, Carson McCullers and Miss Swados herself, and runs the gamut from hilarious farce to the sadness of lovers' parting. The result, in the words of Clive Barnes, "is an all-singing, all-dancing, all-acting show a show that is clearly a life view about people, animals and the things we do to one another."

Comprised of twenty original songs, set to texts drawn from contemporary prose and poetry, this long-run Off-Broadway success is a truly unique and creative blending of music, drama, comedy and popular entertainment. "For anyone wanting a show that is different, involved and engaging, and yet, on its own special terms, quite clearly cabaret, this is the show for you. I adored it." —NY Times. "…a vital theatre piece." —New Republic. "…a deft mix of poetic bits, eclectic sounds and circusy pranks." —Associated Press.    

Sing On Through Tomorrow Fringe; Comedy/Satire Australasian View Details Compare
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Sing On Through Tomorrow is a musical revue featuring the most acclaimed songs from Matthew Lee Robinson's early catalogue. From his critically lauded first musical Metro Street through to the new musical Happy People, Sing On Through Tomorrow tells the story of four thirty-somethings who must travel back in time to rediscover a new way to step forward.

Swinging On A Star (The Johnny Burke Musical) View Details Compare
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The fabulous songs of Johnny Burke are here perfectly woven into various settings and scenes as if they always belonged there. We move from a smoky 1920s Chicago Speakeasy, where we hear such songs as "Dr. Rhythm" and "What's New" to the Bowery for the classic "Pennies from Heaven" and others. The ever popular "Your Hit Parade" takes us into the 1930s, segueing into a World War II USO show for several songs including "Personality" and culminating with the Academy Award winning "Swinging on a Star." The journey continues to a glittering ballroom for the immortal "Imagination" and then takes us into the world of Paramount's Hope/Crosby/Lamour "Road Movies" and the songs they made famous. The evening ends in the Starlight Supperclub, high atop Manhattan, with a celebration of Burke's genius. Other favorite songs included are "Misty," "You're Not the Only Oyster in the Stew," "Ain't It a Shame About Mame," "Scatterbrain," "One, Two, Button Your Shoe," "An Apple for the Teacher," "There's Always the Blues," "Apalachicola," "But, Beautiful," "Like Someone in Love," "If Love Ain't There (It Ain't There)," "Sunday, Monday, or Always," and "Here's That Rainy Day."

"Johnny Burke wrote his songs with moonbeams! Songs poured out of him like life-renewing raindrops, glinting like pennies." —NY Times. "A Winner! You'll have a ball! Grab the chance to Swing on this Star! —NY Post. A dazzling, toe-tapping, finger-snapping delight!" —ABC Radio Network. "It feels awfully good! A brazen infectious delight!" —NY Times. "We exit swinging too!" —NY Newsday.  

The Eurobeat Goes On Comedy/Satire View Details Compare
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A musical revue celebrating the songs from the international hit musical Eurobeat presented as a retrospective concert event hosted by the glamorous Boyka, the Bosnian entertainment icon and lifestyle show presenter.

Tonight: Lola Blau Drama; Comedy/Satire View Details Compare
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An outstanding vehicle for a solo singer/actress relating the story of a young actress’s career, starting at the time of the ‘Anschluss’ in Vienna in March 1938 and following her through Switzerland to stardom and disillusionment in the U.S.A. and her heart-breaking return to post-war Vienna. Using back projection, sound effects and several off-stage (optionally on-stage) small spoken parts, the story is told in some 20 cabaret-type songs, in every mood from virtuoso high comedy to tragedy.

Underneath The Arches Comedy/Satire View Details Compare
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The story and music of the Crazy Gang, with book by Patrick Garland, Brian Glanville, Roy Hudd and Chesney Allen. An affectionate celebration of the beloved comedians Flanagan and Allen, Naughton and Gold and Nervo and Knox, featuring all the songs which they made famous. As produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, in 1982, where it ran for over a year.

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