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Five Guys Named Moe

a Musical
CATEGORY :
by A Musical by Clarke Peters Featuring Louis Jordan's Greatest Hits

COMPANY : Aurora Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Aurora Theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 698

SHOWING : March 21, 2003 - April 19, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Poor Nomax can't sleep. His woman left him, he's broke and all his worn out radio is playing is the blues! When all of a sudden... out pop Five Guys Named Moe! Directed by Brenda Porter with Musical Direction by Ann-Carol Pence and featuring the talents of Jamez Rogers, Eric Moore, Ed Sneed, Spencer Stephens, Lesly Terrell Donald, and Johnny Smith.


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second attempt at a review
by Okely Dokely
Monday, May 26, 2003
5.0
I just wrote a long, eloquent, thorough review, only to have it eaten by the site. That has never happened before, but rest assured I will be on guard from now on and copy everything I write for theaterreview.com in case it happens again. Let this be a heads up to all users of this site so the same thing doesn't happen to you. I just wanted to say that I adored this show and had a great time, with my only gripe being about the mediocre sound balance, which was surprising after "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" and "Christmas Canteen" didn't present any difficulty in hearing the voices, but with this show, the band drowned out the singers. But still, I am recommending this show to everyone I talk to. I did shows at the same building back when it had different management and was called the DownRight Theatre, and Anthony and Ann-Carol have improved on what was already an incredible place to see/do shows.
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