In The Heights
Good Singing, dancing and poetry. Not enough plot but entertaining. Westside Story, of course, was the groundbreaking first of this genre. Westside Story is a definite must see! See it first and compare! There is none like it. Should have gone to "Jersey Boys". Missed it!
In the Heights on Friday, Jun 11th, 2010
Davy is a showman-funny, witty, talented and my sister loves him. We went for my birthday and it brought back lots of memories of younger days. He was so cute then, and still attractive and energetic now. A fun time! Worth seeing Davy Jones and also enjoyed visiting New York, where we grew up. Well follow him to Bayside in Nov. Did I mention my sister loves him.....
Davy Jones of the Monkees on Friday, Jun 11th, 2010
We saw this show in New York last Oct. It was fun and entertaining. If you closed your eyes they really sounded like the Beatles and slightly looked like them, too. Would have prefered the real thing, but that would have been impossible, so this was the next best thing. They have been at BB Kings like forever. Check them out. Breakfast buffet included, and not bad either.
The Fab Faux - World's Greatest Beatles Tribute Band on Friday, Jun 11th, 2010
Saw Chicago like 6 years ago and it was great! Was pleasantly surprised with George Hamilton he was amazing and talented! They should have picked him for the movie as he was perfect, and Richard Gere was disappointing in the movie role. The movie was better then the musical, as it was up close and personal. Catherine Zeta-Jones was awesome and Rene Zellweger was really good, too. Queen Latifah was fantastic and so was Reilly. Richard Gere not so much. Prefered Robert Hamilton as I said before. All in all, great show!
Chicago on Friday, Jun 11th, 2010
Good show with good acting and timing. I love Alfred Hitchcock movies and can watch them endlessly. The show was creative, witty and entertaining but for some reason, there was something missing.
The 39 Steps on Friday, Jun 11th, 2010