Titled Productions presents the US debut of this 1930s-set cabaret musical, which celebrates the music of Kurt Weill, Cole Porter, and their contemporaries. More…
Paris, 1934. A naive American songstress turns up in a café, hoping to escape the Depression and make her name. But there are other things in store for her in the City of Light. Developed for London's historic Wilton's Music Hall, 'Love for Sale' debuts in New York following sold-out performances in the UK.
See it if you love mostly Kurt Weill songs sung by a good singer in the background of a Parisian cabaret with interaction with the audience.
Don't see it if you don't like one person cabaret shows where the singer acts down on her luck and love through songs and interaction with audience members
See it if you want a very NYC heartfelt one woman cabaret production featuring a darling chanteuse in a West Village dingy basement bar
Don't see it if you expect a big cabaret production or Broadway production. It's a woman and her pianist earnestly aiming to delight the crowd for an hour
See it if You enjoy a change of pace from big, over-produced musicals.
Don't see it if If you expect to hear a lot of Cole Porter show tunes because despite the title, they are not in the show.
See it if You like sitting at a table with a drink watching a young lady act sexy as she sings, with forced humor, of love gone wrong.
Don't see it if You expect a classy, high end result. The effort is there and some scenarios work but it all seems so desperate.