Reuben, Reuben 1955

Opened: October 10, 1955

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Review: A Gripping, Thought-Provoking & Highly Entertaining INHERIT THE WIND at the Asolo Repertory Theatre
by Peter Nason - Jan 22, 2024

Led by two incredible performances and a visionary director, it's a production where everything goes right.

Out Today: Anthology Of Recorded Music Releases Partch's The Bewitched Alongside New Commission By Taylor Brook On New World Records
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 16, 2022

​​​​​​​The Anthology of Recorded Music today releases a Composer's Recordings, Inc. (CRI) digital re-release of Harry Partch's The Bewitched (1955) with new artwork by New York photographer Reuben Radding and a commissioned essay by Marc Sabat, paired with a newly commissioned composition, Taylor Brook's Block (2022), on New World Records .

BWW Review: A Remote Kansas BUS STOP Takes Center Stage at Theatre 40
by Shari Barrett - Nov 19, 2018

It is Bo's hard-learned lesson about romance and respect that keeps BUS STOP in the forefront as one of the great classic American romance stories. And thanks to the talented cast and director Ann Hearn Tobolowsky's attention to detail and effective use of freeze framing cast members while others speak, these well known characters will reach out and grab you by the heart, stirring your emotions as lessons are learned, partnerships are formed, and everyone gets exactly what they want by the time the road re-opens, especially a naive cowboy and a 19-year old hick singer from the Ozarks determined to make a better life for herself.

Yvette Cason, Jim Rash and More Round Out MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET Cast at Pasadena Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2017

Pasadena Playhouse, the State Theatre of California, has announced complete casting for their production of the original 1947 radio play of Miracle on 34th Street, which is being presented in honor of its 70th anniversary for a limited engagement of 14 performances from December 14 to 23 (press opening is December 15).

Yvette Cason, Jim Rash and More Round Out MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET Cast at Pasadena Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2017

Pasadena Playhouse, the State Theatre of California, has announced complete casting for their production of the original 1947 radio play of Miracle on 34th Street, which is being presented in honor of its 70th anniversary for a limited engagement of 14 performances from December 14 to 23 (press opening is December 15).

Negro Ensemble to Revive DAUGHTERS OF THE MOCK at Theatre 80 St. Marks
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2017

The 50th season of The Negro Ensemble Company, a year-long retrospective of some of the troupe's signature works, continues May 24 to June 10 at Theatre 80 St. Marks with 'Daughters of the Mock' by Judi Ann Mason.

John Bolton, Ryan Cavanaugh & More to Star in Pittsburgh CLO's DAMN YANKEES!
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 20, 2016

Batter up! Just in time for the thick of baseball season comes the muscular musical about baseball super-fan Joe Boyd. Joe is transformed into a star slugger after he makes a deal with the devil and his sexy associate, Lola, for a chance to lead his home team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees.

BWW Review: PATTERNS Examines Just How Much Can You Take Before You Crack?
by Shari Barrett - Jul 26, 2015

Written by James Reach, adapted from the 1955 teleplay by Rod Serling of Twilight Zone fame, PATTERNS, takes an insightful look at corporate politics, examining just how much it takes for an individual to crack in order to succeed financially. Directed with great skill and insight into human foibles and behavior by Jules Aaron (one of Los Angeles' most honored directors, the recipient of over thirty awards for his work, directing over 250 stage and television productions), with a brilliant cast and design team at Theatre 40, the play depicts the emotional wreckage that corporate culture can inflict on individuals to bring them into the fold.

BWW Reviews: SUMMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH DOLL Is A Tale Of Times Past That Is Still Relevant
by Barry Lenny - Apr 29, 2015

Ray Lawler's play, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, was first performed in 1955, and is considered an Australian classic.

KATHY KOSINS: THE LADIES OF COOL Set for Harris Center, 2/26-28
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 11, 2015

Vocalist Kathy Kosins is an ASCAP award winning songwriter and record producer who has won the hearts of critics and fans around the globe with her eclectic musical palette that expands the rich history of jazz. In a multimedia concert salute The Ladies of Cool Kathy brings to life the extraordinary artistry of the great singers of 40s and 50s 'cool,' Anita O'Day, June Christy, Chris Connor and Julie London to the Harris Center for the Arts audiences. This concert includes presentation of vintage and rarely seen photographs and historical facts about each of these ladies, plus stories of the songs themselves, with photographs of the songwriters who created them.

Reuben Silver, the Crown Prince of Cleveland Theatre, Remembered
by Roy Berko - May 12, 2014

The State Theatre marquee lights were dimmed on Saturday evening, May 10, from 8 to 8:15 in memory of Reuben Silver, who died on Thursday, May 8. Reuben was 88 years old.

Florida Rep to Present MY THREE ANGELS, 12/3-22
by Tyler Peterson - Nov 21, 2013

This hilarious and touching story is perfect for the whole family and plays in the Historic Arcade Theatre Dec. 6-22 with four nearly sold out preview performances on Dec. 3-5.

Bay Street Theatre's PICTURE SHOW Continues with WOODY ALLEN WEEKEND
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2013

The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre, sponsored by Peconic Landing, continues with classic films this spring. Please note changes as some film dates were shifted due to adding the St. Patrick's Day Party on March 16 at 8 pm.

Bay Street Theatre's PICTURE SHOW Continues with WOODY ALLEN WEEKEND; Schedule Updates Announced
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2013

The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre, sponsored by Peconic Landing, continues with classic films this spring. Please note changes as some film dates were shifted due to adding the St. Patrick's Day Party on March 16 at 8 pm.

The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre Upcoming Lineup Announced
by Kelsey Denette - Jan 15, 2013

The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre, sponsored by Peconic Landing continues with classic films this winter and spring. All films start at 8 pm. Tickets are $7 at the door and include a small box of popcorn. For the $28 prix-fixe 'Dinner and a Movie' package, call Page at 63 Main (631-725-1810), IL Capuccino (631-725-2747) or Sen (631-725-1774). Beginning February 15, the dinner package will be available at Dockside (631-725-7100). Cost does not include sales tax, beverage or gratuities.

The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre Announces Winter/Spring 2013 Lineup
by Kelsey Denette - Dec 21, 2012

The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre has announced announce that Peconic Landing is sponsoring its long-running, classic Picture Show Series for the 2013 Season.

Celebrate Black History Month with McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

Celebrate Black History Month with McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND Begins Previews Feb. 13
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

Celebrate Black History Month with McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

Celebrate Black History Month with McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

Celebrate Black History Month with McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

Celebrate Black History Month with McCree Theatre's LET NOBODY TURN ME ROUND
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jan 13, 2010

Celebrate Black History Month with the New McCree Theatre's 'Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round,' written by Reuben Yabuku, an original musical celebrating the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.

Reuben, Reuben FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Thank You
Never Get Lost
Tell It to Bart
It's in the Cards
Shave and a Haircut
Song of the Arrow
Cop's Lament
Such a Little While
Have Yourself a Night
San Gennaro
With a Woman to Be
The Hills of Amalfi
Rose Song
Miracle Song
Sleep
Love at the First Word
The Spot
Mystery of the Flesh
Yeth, Yeth
Moment of Love
Ballet
There Goes My Love
Be with Me
Mother of the Bridegroom
Upstairsy
Musky and Whisky
Reuben Talks
We Got a Pact
Monday Morning Blues
Reuben, Reuben has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1955.

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