Posts tagged "Fred Anzevino"

"Master Class" (Theo Ubique Theatre): Diva-licious!

"Master Class" (Theo Ubique Theatre): Diva-licious!
The legendary diva, Maria Callas, is resurrected in Two-Time Jeff Award Winner Kelli Harrington.  Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre presents MASTER CLASS. Playwright Terrence McNally penned a tribute to the opera sensation.  His Tony Award-winning play focuses on the retired singer’s 1971-1972 stint teaching at Julliard in NYC.  McNally reflects on Callas’ professional and personal prima... Read more »

EXTEND Thru Sept 1st "A Cole Porter Songbook" (Theo Ubique): De-Lovely!

EXTEND Thru Sept 1st "A Cole Porter Songbook" (Theo Ubique):  De-Lovely!
The evening starts with the low smoldering of the bass.   After a few moments, finger snapping adds a little mystery and rhythm to the sound.  Then, the company arrives one by one to drawl out “Too Darn Hot.”  The song goes from sexy complaint to tap-dancing, girl-twirling, big-bold spectacle.  Cole Porter is in the house.  Theo Ubique Cabaret... Read more »

EXTENDED Thru May 19th "Aspects of Love" (Theo Ubique): *THE* Aspect to Love- The SINGING!

EXTENDED Thru May 19th "Aspects of Love" (Theo Ubique):  *THE* Aspect to Love- The SINGING!
Theo Ubique presents ASPECTS OF LOVE.  Alex is in love with Rose.  The problem is Alex is 17 and Rose is an actress. Still, he manages to woo her away to ‘his’ villa.  It turns out the villa is his Uncle George’s.  And turns out Rose prefers George.  After a tumultuous affair with Alex, Rose... Read more »
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"The Light in the Piazza" (Theo Ubique): Shines Despite Murky Plot

"The Light in the Piazza" (Theo Ubique):  Shines Despite Murky Plot
#81.  I saw the pre-Broadway run of THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA in 2004 at the Goodman Theatre.  I didn’t love it.  The  two lovers frequently broke into a love song that had ‘la-la-la-la-la-la-la‘ as the lyrics.  And it sounded suspiciously like “Miss Saigon’s” solo saxophone song.  But my real issue was with the love... Read more »

Review "Chess": Intriguing Story, Talented Singers, Sluggish Pace...Stalemate!

Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre                                    In association with Michael James presents Chess Book by Richard Nelson Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus Lyrics by Tim Rice Musical direction by Ryan Brewster Directed by Fred Anzevino and Brenda Didier Thru April 25th Buy Tickets Running Time:  Two hours and fifty minutes includes a fifteen minute... Read more »