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Those crazy Italian sisters, Delphine and Carmela, were whisked away from public access cable and ushered into The Food Network stardom, but this Christmas Eve they return to WFAT and you're invited to their holiday mayhem! Find out what happened to them on The Food Network, get to the bottom of Delphine's break up with the local butcher, and help Carmela finally get her madcap one-woman cabaret into the condominium circuit down in Boca Raton. The show is full of holiday favorites like "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree," "Santa Baby," "All I Want For Christmas Is You," and of course, "Dominic The Italian Christmas Donkey"! Join those brassy, sassy sisters for a Feast of the Seven Fishes you'll never forget as they sing, dance, and cook their way through this holiday extravaganza!
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Evita charts the rags-to-riches rise of the First Lady of Argentina, who won the love of her countrymen after marrying military leader-turned-president Juan Peron. Set in Buenos Aires between 1934-1952, the musical follows Eva Duarte Peron on her journey from fatherless child to ambitious actress to the most powerful woman in Latin America—and, eventually, to a saint-like figure after her death from cancer at age 33. The events in Evita's life are presented in song and editorialized on by the show's narrator, Che.
The score includes hummable tunes like "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" (sung by a gorgeously gowned Evita in the now-famous balcony scene) and adds "You Must Love Me," the Oscar-winning ballad sung by Madonna in the movie. Evita is a sweeping evening of Broadway entertainment, boasting a 25-member ensemble and captivating choreography.
Director Jessica Stone returns to Two River, where she made her debut last season with Alan Ayckbourn's Absurd Person Singular, to direct A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, winner of the 1963 Tony Award for Best Musical. The production will be choreographed by Denis Jones (Honeymoon in Vegas). Inspired by Stone's acclaimed 2010 Williamstown Theatre Festival production, Two River's …Forum will feature an all-male troupe of actors led by Christopher Fitzgerald Broadway's An Act of God, the original cast of Wicked, Young Frankenstein) as Pseudolus, a slave who tries to win his freedom by playing matchmaker for his innocent young master.