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The plot is negligible: It’s 1963 in “Springfield, USA,” and a local radio station is sponsoring a band competition with a recording contract as the price. Denny, a socially awkward layabout who lives in his mother’s basement (a nicely kitsch-cluttered set by Michael Carnahan), is sure he’s going to win with the help of his even more geeky friends. Drummond is an entertainingly cocky and curmudgeonly Denny, nicely matched with Homsley’s amusingly nervous-nebbish Eugene and Lee’s sweetly goofy Wally.

They decide they need a sponsor, a thin pretext to bring in an outside influence to smoothen the threesome’s rough edges, We never see the auto shop owner backing the group, but representing him are handsome mechanic Skip Henderson, “a grease monkey from the wrong side of the tracks,” and the boss’s beautiful daughter, Lois, Of course all the guys go gaga for Rietkerk’s sunny Lois, immaculately styled in fetching period outfits by costumer Bobby Pearce, But she only has eyes for the coolly subdued Skip and insists he join up as the group’s peacock flats, ballet flats, ivory, teal, blue, green, cocoa, wedding shoes, peacock wedding, lace up, ballerina slippers, flowe missing ingredient..

Performed at times as much for comedy as melodiousness, the vocals are strong, especially in the harmonies (music directed by Brandon Adams). Everyone’s given a chance to shine a little, even if they’re singing to prerecorded music that’s often muffled in Jeff Mockus’ sound design. Lee Martino’s choreography captures the cute little synchronized dance moves typical of early ’60s singing groups. Keeling’s Skip is so understated that he doesn’t particularly stand out vocally, so it’s hard to buy the premise that the group would be lost without him. In fact the stakes feel pretty low throughout, for both the competition and the romance. After all, the whole play is ultimately just band practice in a basement. It’s lightweight entertainment, but it gets the job done, assuming the job is to deliver the hits of yesteryear in an appealing and amusing package. That’s what a Roger Bean show is all about.

By Joanne Engelhardt, peacock flats, ballet flats, ivory, teal, blue, green, cocoa, wedding shoes, peacock wedding, lace up, ballerina slippers, flowe For The Daily News, Watching “Funny Girl,” now playing at Hillbarn Theatre in Foster City, some audience members may recognize the parallels between the little Jewish girl named Fanny Brice who made it big on Broadway in the 1920s and the comic Robin Williams, who died last month at his home in Marin County, Both loved (and lived) to make an audience laugh, and it’s clear both were crying on the inside, much of the time, That’s probably a description that fits a lot of comedians..

As depicted by Melissa WolfKlain, Fanny Brice can talk her way into and around almost anything, yet she can’t stop the love of her life, Nick Arnstein (a nicely modulated performance by William Giammona) from leaving her. WolfKlain has a powerful set of pipes but, though as Fanny she describes herself as “a bagel on a plate of onion roles,” she’s almost too attractive to make the audience believe she’s not pretty and is only good at getting laughs on stage. “Funny Girl” is a semi-biographical story of the first part of the life and career of comedienne Brice, who became an immensely popular personality for decades. (After her years with the Ziegfeld Follies, she made a few films, and from the 1930s until her death in 1951, she played a bratty toddler on radio named Baby Snooks.).

But the 1964 musical (from Isobel Lennart’s book, with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Bob Merrill) is about her vaudeville years, It ran on Broadway for nearly four years, and was the peacock flats, ballet flats, ivory, teal, blue, green, cocoa, wedding shoes, peacock wedding, lace up, ballerina slippers, flowe first major theater role for Barbara Streisand, who also starred in the film version made in 1968, It’s not always easy to connect the dots in Lennart’s script, but Hillbarn’s new artistic director Dan Demers is at the helm here, and he definitely has a grasp on how to tickle the funny bone, He’s also instituting a number of changes for the venerable theater, some of which are in place for this show..

A new mezzanine-level platform hidden by a large black wall above the theater’s main entrance hides the 17-piece orchestra under the direction of new musical director Joe Murphy. Lack of space for a larger orchestra was a weakness of some previous productions, so Murphy and his energetic musicians bring that little something extra to “Funny Girl.”. [In his preshow speech, Demers hints at larger, more accommodating bathrooms, a new lobby and other improvements in the months to come.].

For this show, a proscenium and full, bright-red curtain hide most of the set changes; in fact, because so much of peacock flats, ballet flats, ivory, teal, blue, green, cocoa, wedding shoes, peacock wedding, lace up, ballerina slippers, flowe “Funny Girl” takes place in theaters, a lot of the action also happens in front of the curtain, By contrast, the ensemble numbers (“Henry Street” and “Rat-tat-tat-tat Part 2) take full advantage of the entire stage, Choreographer James Zongus keeps the entire ensemble quick-stepping with his dance moves, While WolfKlain capably handles the lion’s share of the acting duties, there are some small performance gems from others in the cast, In the relatively non-flashy role of Eddie, Fanny’s long-time friend and vaudeville dancer, Justin Travis Buchs always has just the right amount of puppy-dog longing and love for the funny girl who sees no one but Nick in her future, And that’s even before Buchs puts on his dancing shoes, It’s a visual treat to watch him maneuver the smallest of steps as he tap dances in the first half of “Rat-tat-tat-tat.”..



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