|(L-R) Bill Fahrner (George), Kate Paul (Tiny), |
Danny Cozart (Gypsy Hood),
Riley Krull (Mary Barbour) Song:
"Now That I Have Springtime".
(Photo by DavidAllenStudio.com)
Everything about this show will keep a smile on your face from the opening curtain to your ride home. The melodies are perfect, the acting is excellent, the choreography lively and fun, and the staging, set and lights are a feast for the eyes. This production and should be selling out. If it's not, that's only because people think it's a musical version of the Chekov play with the same name. It's not! No Chekov here, just Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein at their very best.
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November 30 - December 18, 2011
Music by Jerome Kern
The Eureka Theatre
Book & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, II
Directed by Greg MacKellan
Run Time: 2 hours and 45 minutes
A B O U T
KERN AND HAMMERSTEIN'S LOST LONDON MUSICAL SET AGAINST THE WORLD OF DERBYS, CARNIVALS AND WWI BATTLEFIELDS!
Enchanting and poignant, Three Sisters spins the tale of a traveling carnival photographer and his spirited daugthers. A roving busker woos the youngest daughter, but the wandering performer's life lures him back on the road. This National Endowment for the Arts sponsored restoration of Kern and Hammerstein's score include: I Won't Dance, Lonely Feet, Hand in Hand, Rolling on, Rolling Road, and My Beautiful Circus Girl.