Dames at Sea~article from Thefrontrowcenter.com

Deconstruct a Sam Peckinpah western for the stage and you get a tight piece of absurdism like Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love. Deconstruct a Busby Berkeley movie musical and you have the loose two hours of light-heartedness that is Dames…

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Dames at Sea: All Aboard~article from Huffingtonpost.com

Is there anything Broadway shows love more than to make a show within a show? Before you roll your eyes at yet another in this genre, know that Dames at Sea was ahead of its time in identifying this culture…

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‘Dames at Sea’ at The Helen Hayes Theatre in New York City~DCMetrotheaterarts.com

Way back in the dark ages (circa early 1930s) when musicals were musical comedies (if you don’t know what I mean, listen to “Musicals,” the showstopper in the light-hearted hit Something Rotten!), the writers and composers’ aim was simply to…

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Broadway Review: ‘Dames at Sea’ at Helen Hayes Theater~article from NYTheatreguide.com

In 1966 the country was still reeling from the deaths of JFK, and we are soon to lose MLK, Malcolm X and RFK. We were sitting in what seemed to be an unending war. It was a very despondent time…

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