Everyday Rapture BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
April 29, 2010
Closing:
July 11, 2010

Theater: American Airlines / 227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Everyday Rapture is the story of a young woman’s psycho-sexual-spiritual journey on the rocky path that separates her mostly Mennonite past from her mostly Manhattan future. Her life takes her from the cornfields of Kansas to the clover fields of New York (with a disturbing detour through YouTube). Everyday Rapture also features songs made famous by David Byrne, Roberta Flack, Mister Rogers, The Supremes, Tom Waits, U2 and Judy Garland.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    April 29, 2010: Just as the Broadway theater season is drawing to its close, a smashing little show has arrived to remind us of why so many of us keep going back to Broadway, even though it’s broken our heart so many times.

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    April 29, 2010: Scott and "Everyday Rapture," her deliciously entertaining mini-musical, have arrived on Broadway, an emergency, end-of-season replacement for the Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of "Lips Together, Teeth Apart" which imploded during rehearsals.

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  • NY POST REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    Mostly great Scott brings 'Rapture' to the world

    Elisabeth Vincentelli

    April 30, 2010: She's starred in big, popular Broadway shows like "Aida," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" and "The Little Mermaid." She's been nominated for Tony and Drama Desk awards. She's a blue-eyed blonde with great comic timing, and her singing could melt the polar ice cap.

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    Everyday Rapture

    Steven Suskin

    April 30, 2010: In the opening scene of the charmingly frenetic philosophical/autobiographical rumination-with-songs, "Everyday Rapture," Sherie Rene Scott classifies herself as "one of Broadway's biggest, brightest semi-stars." Not anymore, lady. Here is Scott, also transferred from Second Stage. She is not merely carrying this enchanting carnival -- coauthored by herself -- on her more than capable shoulders; she is the show.

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  • USA TODAY REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    'Everyday' joys: Wit, wonder and cheek on Broadway, plus some provocative 'Stories'

    Elysa Gardner

    April 30, 2010: Many of us have fond memories of watching Mister Rogers' Neighborhood as preschoolers. But did you know that, for some viewers, Fred Rogers' neighborly lessons held messages of social and sexual empowerment — that he was, in fact, "the father of free love"?

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    April 29, 2010: 'Everyday Rapture" is an easygoing end to a frantic Broadway season. This is Sherie Rene Scott's likable 90-minute, semiautobiographical musical - an Off-Broadway hit last summer at Second Stage and now the Roundabout Theatre's last-minute savior after the revival of "Lips Together, Teeth Apart" crumbled with the abrupt departure of Megan Mullally.

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  • BACKSTAGE REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    April 29, 2010: Do we really need another revealing performance memoir with the subject treating the stage as a couch and the audience as a psychiatrist? They usually follow the basic pattern of the performer whining "My childhood was so screwed up, and I never got the attention or love I really needed; that's why I started acting" or singing or writing or designing dresses—or whatever. Well, we can use one more theatrical autobiography if it's as funny, quirky, and offbeat as Sherie Rene Scott's "Everyday Rapture," now in a Broadway transfer after a hit run at Second Stage last year.

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  • HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW OF Everyday Rapture

    April 29, 2010: Bottom Line: Sherie Rene Scott's slight autobiographical musical doesn't fully deliver on the promise of its title.

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