Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Real Funny Girl Reaches 97% reports that Fanny Brice: The Real Funny Girl has been doing a brisk box office at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre:
"Audiences love our fresh take on the story of Fanny Brice," said Andrew Kato, the theatre's artistic director. "They appreciate its clever approach - using four actors to tell Brice's life story, as well as using her original songs.

"Ninety-seven percent of the seats have been sold for its 16-show run," Kato said.
Marya Grandy, previously seen at the theater in Smokey Joe's Café, stars as Brice, and has received universal praise from critics. "Marya virtually inhabits Fanny Brice's character," Kato said. "She has the look, the voice and the comedic timing."

You have through this Sunday, November 22, to catch the show. See the theatre's website for tickets.

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