DECEMBER

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Welcome to December!
Ouch!
We’ll be starting the month,
as we usually do, with a
selection of songs from
shows that opened in
New York this month.
We’ll be sampling material
from over 100 years of
Broadway magic that begins
with Victor Herbert’s 1906
operetta “Mlle. Modiste”
and ends with 2017’s
“SpongeBob SquarePants.”
Along the way, there’ll be
songs from DROOD, CITY
OF ANGELS, KIISS ME
KATE, SHOW BOAT,
and THE MUSIC MAN
as well as some other
familiar works. Take a
break with THE DRESS
CIRCLE.


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After the massive production
of EVITA, Andrew Lloyd
Webber wanted to do
something small-scale,
and that gave birth to the
T.V. musical TELL ME
ON A SUNDAY. This
week, we'll be looking
at that as well as the
full-length show that
arouse when they
decided to mount it in
the West End because
it was so popular. We'll
look at SONG AND
DANCE in several of
its incarnations featuring
the talents of Marti Webb,
Bernedette Peters,
Sarah Brightman, and
Denise Van Outen.



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It's amazing that ABBA is
still so incredibly popluar
46 years after they came
on the scene, and that is
supported by the success
of the musical based on
their works (MAMMA MIA!).
However, Bjorn Ulvaeus
and Benny Andersson also
wrote a few original
musicals, and we're going
to take a look at one of
them this week: CHESS.
From the London,
Broadway, and Concert
casts, we'll have
performances by Elaine
Paige, Barbara Dickson,
Marti Pellow, Judy Kuhn,
Tommy Korberg and
many others.


23 & 30?
We're in the process of
planning our holiday
programs, so please
stop by again for an
update!





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