In 1968, I was a 21-year-old sailor stationed onboard a U.S. Navy ship in Holy Loch, Scotland. On leave in London, I had the happy experience of seeing Judi Dench's superb performance in Cabaret. But what made me sit straight in my seat, and brought the tears flowing, was this heartbreaking rendition of What Would You Do? by the incomparable Lila Kedrova. More than half a century later, I still
UncleCharlie said: "Mike Barrett said: "This is 1 performance celebrating black artists, what on earth is the problem with you people? Is that really such an awful thing? "
You really need to pull it in a notch, dude. With all of the extra understanding and slack cuttingI' m sure you hope people show you due to your own issues about which you've written, maybe you're not the one to be stridently and repeatedly telling everyone else how to beh
This one-night "BLACKOUT" special event is a wonderful idea. A play dealing with BLACK issues, written by a BLACK man and performed for a BLACK-identified audience for ONE night. I think it will be very empowering, especially for the students. Broadway at its best. Good on you, Mr Harris!
jo said: "That was quite orderly processing by Telecharge, considering there were so many people examining ticket choices. I completed my ticket wishlist for my favorite time to be in NYC - a very busy time, though, complete with parades and tree lighting "