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Anything Can Happen In The Theatre: The Songs of Maury Yeston

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Members say: Great singing, Great cast, Expensive drinks (2 drink minimum), Entertaining, Uninteresting, disappointing

About the show

This new revue celebrates the music of Maury Yeston, the Tony Award-winning songwriter of 'Nine,' 'Grand Hotel,' and 'Titanic.' Featuring Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli. More…

'Anything Can Happen In the Theater' features Yeston's best-known songs, plus new material yet to be performed in public. Directed by Gerard Alessandrini, creator of 'Forbidden Broadway' and 'Spamilton.' Note: The Triad has a two-drink minimum per person in addition to the ticket price.

“Anything Can Happen In The Theatre: The Songs of Maury Yeston” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

Entertaining, Great singing, Made me smile, Delightful, Great staging

See it if you like great singing, old broadway songs and great performers

Don't see it if you'd rather see a drama

Great singing, Great cast, Expensive drinks (2 drink minimum)

See it if Maury Yeston's music & lyrics are wonderful and a very talented cast is performing them.

Don't see it if Could have better staging. A bit static between numbers. Semi-atmospheric lighting is hit or miss.

Also I wished the program listed the shows the songs were from. Some were o... Read more Read less

Bland, unconnected,, Uninteresting, disappointing

See it if you want to hear rare Maury Yeston songs sung one after another without dialog or connection performed by 5 talented performers.

Don't see it if you don't like revues w/o a story or dialog & most of the songs are rare & their is no listing in the program from what show they are from.

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