Posts Tagged ‘opening night’

Hey World, Have You Met Bert Berns?

If you didn’t know who Bert Berns was last week, there’s a pretty good chance you do now! Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story— you know, “the best new musical of the summer” (The Jewish Forward)– had a really big week. The show opened on Monday, officially introducing the world to the man who […]

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MAZEL TOV! “STILL JEWISH AFTER ALL THESE YEARS” OPENS AT STAGE 72

It’s been 15 years since Avi Hoffman and New York City shared an evening of songs and stories together. Now, he returns with Still Jewish After All These Years, and according to the audience reaction at Monday’s opening, New Yorkers couldn’t be happier. Hoffman’s one-man show about his “meshugene life in the theater” enthralled the […]

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The Pekoe Group Celebrates Opening Night With The Sphinx Winx! 5/18/2011

Everyone was walking like an Egyptian Wednesday evening at Theatre Row at the opening night party for The Sphinx Winx, a modern musical comedy misinterpretation of the classic love triangle among Julius Caesar, Cleopatra and Marc Antony. Guests moved from The Beckett Theatre to the upstairs lounge to celebrate like ancient Egyptian royalty and toast the […]

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