Posts Tagged ‘Ken Ludwig’

LEND ME A TENOR THE MUSICAL

The entire cast of zanies populating Ken Ludwig’s phenomenally popular Lend Me A Tenor launch into both song and dance in PCPA Theaterfest’s Lend Me A Tenor The Musical, one of the best Broadway shows never to have been seen on Broadway, or at least not yet.
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LEND ME A TENOR

A sensational cast performing under Art Manke’s inspired direction make McCoy Rigby Entertainment’s pitch-perfect revival of Ken Ludwig’s 1986 smash Lend Me A Tenor a crowd-pleaser if there ever was one, and the best possible reason to brave L.A. traffic for an evening of farce at its most fabulous at the La Mirada Theatre For The Performing Arts.
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LEND ME A TENOR

Glendale Centre Theatre follows this past summer’s staging of Ken Ludwig’s Leading Ladies with the master playwright’s 1986 smash Lend Me A Tenor, a revival that hits all the right comedic notes as performed by an expert cast under James Castle Stevens’ snappy direction.
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LEADING LADIES

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Boys will be girls when a pair of traveling Shakespearean thespians impersonate a pair of long-lost sisters in hopes of inheriting a fortune in Ken Ludwig’s Leading Ladies, now entertainingly revived at Glendale Centre Theatre.
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CRAZY FOR YOU

The songs are all Gershwin, the dancing is virtually non-stop, and the entertainment value is sky-high in the Tony-winning Best Musical of 1992 Crazy For You, which Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theatre is now reviving to justified audience cheers.
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LEND ME A TENOR

Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor may not be the funniest play ever written, but if it isn’t, it certainly comes darned close, as Actors Co-op’s pitch-perfect revival makes abundantly, hilariously clear.
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