Five Guys Named Moe is the hot Louis Jordan review that's more like a swinging party than a show. Five Guys Named Moe involves the audience and spreads its infectious energy throughout the theatre. Singing old favorites like "Saturday Night Fish Fry" and the raucous "Caldonia," this cast of entertainers practically knocks themselves out to make sure the audience is having a good time. In their multicolored Zoot Suits, the five Moes harmonize, croon, wail, tap and joke their way through 27 Louis Jordan hits. The show stopping "Choo Choo Choo Boogie" and the
sentimental "Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying" are crowd pleasers of the first order. The audience finds it impossible to resist joining in
the riotous "Push Ka Pi Shi Pie" rumba line or throwing their hands in the air and shouting "MOP!" when egged on by the comic Moes who seem
like cartoon characters come to life.
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