Nightlife Award finalist Milla Ilieva brings back her critically-acclaimed new show, So Many Nights, So Many Men to Danny's. In the show, Ilieva lampoons her apparently insatiable appetite for love (she was engaged five times) as she jumps from songs by composers as varied as Rimsky-Korsakov, Vernon Duke, Jule Styne, Ray Jessel, Harold Arlen, Sondheim, Kander & Ebb, Jacques Urbont, Lionel Bart and Arthur Schwartz. Singing of love's heartbreak, loss, excess, quixotic optimism, and out-and-out-decadence, she wraps the whole affair in dazzling packages that show off her vocal mastery, emotional range and urbane wit. Among the show's juicier musical morsels are songs from the cult classics "All in Love," "Lock Up Your Daughters," and "The Act." Margery Beddow directs, with Musical Director Paul Trueblood on piano.
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