...the audience gets fast-paced, non-stop entertainment, forms the impression that the cast gets along even backstage, and reciprocates by participating in the joy of their performance.
Special kudos to Josh Holly and Charles Ancheta. Listening to Mr. Holly's guitar skills was pure pleasure without need of illegal substances. Listening to Mr. Ancheta's renditions of Billy Joel's songs was exemplary, rivaling (maybe even outdoing) the original performer's during his heyday.
The savvy inclusion of tv show themes in the repertoire was delightful gravy on top of a quality-rich selection of songs from the '50s to early '80s. The advantage of this timeframe is there's even plenty more to choose from should the production feel the need to rotate
numbers and keep the show fresh for future or repeating audiences.
As visitors from NYC where this kind of entertainment abounds, we were merely looking for "something to do" at night in Savannah other than imbibing on River Street. Realizing that the crux of the city's appeal is touring the historic district in the daytime, we weren't expecting much from this evening show. "Something to do" turned out to be one of the highlights of a wonderful visit, thank you!
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