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But in 1999, “The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm” crashed and burned after a handful of performances.
It probably wasn’t helped by a lesbian love scene the producers added to make the show “edgy.” Around Broadway, there’s the sense that the great old composers — Gershwin, Porter, Berlin, Kern — don’t have quite the same currency with baby boomers, who flock to shows like “Jersey Boys” and “Mamma Mia!
Sutton Foster is also known for her dancing skills that have wooed the world over the years, and all her works are true masterpieces.
As anyone who saw his terrific performance in “The Motherf**ker With the Hat” can attest, Bobby Cannavale is one of our finest dramatic stage actors.
Cannavale is determined, I’m told, to prove his mettle as a singer, most likely in the upcoming Gershwin show “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” We heard him sing a bit at the Tonys, where he warbled a few bars from David Javerbaum‘s funny opening number, “Broadway’s Not Just for Gays Anymore.” Host Neil Patrick Harris pulled Cannavale out of the audience to sing, “Broadway touches parts of me that never have been touched” — bleep, bleep — “I love it very much!
” Judging from a recent look at it on You Tube, Cannavale needs work.
Instead of going with light weight and high repetitions that are common amongst females, she lifts heavy weights at the slowest speed possible.
Add to that the curiosity factor of seeing tough-guy Cannavale transform himself into a songbird, and “Nice Work” just might have some traction.Sutton Foster is an award-winning American actress, singer and dancer, best known for her performances in the Broadway productions, such as ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’, ‘Little Women’, ‘Young Frankenstein’, ‘Shrek the Musical’ and ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’.Her expressive voice has brought her fame in the Broadway musical theatre.Here’s hoping he’s off book by the time previews begin in the spring. ,” “Nice Work” is a screwball romantic comedy about a rich playboy who gets mixed up with a trio of bootleggers during Prohibition. Joe Di Pietro, who wrote the Tony-winning “Memphis,” is writing the script, which is said to have a few post-modern twists.
The songs include “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me,” “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off,” “But Not For Me,” “Fascinating Rhythm” and “S’Wonderful.” “Nice Work” seems slated for the Palace Theatre, where “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” is fighting for its life.Their version of “S’Wonderful,” in which they danced and splashed about in a shallow pool, is a slice of musical comedy heaven.