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I Can Get It For You Wholesale
a Musical
CATEGORY :
by Jerome Weldman & Harold Rome

COMPANY : Jewish Theatre of the South
VENUE : Outside Atl. (other cities)
ID# 243

SHOWING : April 25, 2001 - May 20, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Choreographer Jeff McKerley
Musical Director Ann-Carol Pence
Director Lisa Mount
Props Master Elisabeth Cooper
Stage Manager Charles Mark Willix
Tootsie/Ensemble Freddie Ashley
Blache Bushkin Keely Brown
Ruthie Rifkin Megan Cramer
Mr/s Bogen Teresa DeBerry
Ensemble Peter Haloulos
Ensemble Betty Hart
Mario/Ensemble Luis Hernandez
Harry Bogen Gregory Thomas Isaac
Maurice Pulvermacher David Kleist
Meyer Bushkin Thomas Liychik
Martha Mills Hope Mirlis
Ensemble Jackie Prucha
Manette/Ensemble Sara Reiss
Teddy Asch Jared Simon
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REVIEWS
The Experts Say...

Creative Loafing
by Curt Holman
May 10, 2001
"Given uncomfortable material, the Jewish Theatre of the South's production of I Can Get it For You Wholesale proves often unsatisfying, although some of the songs and roles seem tailor-made for its cast." Curt sez that "Gregory Thomas Isaac makes a superb musical leading man..." and notes "Director Lisa Mount and choreographer Jeff McKerley convey the hustle and bustle of the business, with "Ballad of the Garment Trade" following a whirlwind of delivery boys, cranky models, drunken buyers and nervous investors. But in more conventional dance numbers the steps tend to be pedestrian.." and ends the review with "I Can Get It For You Wholesale gets hung up on its iffy show tunes and despicable hero, even though the Jewish Theatre of the South's production gives it the hard sell.


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