KIKI & HERB: ALIVE ON BROADWAY BROADWAY REVIEWSOpening Night: August 15, 2006
Synopsis: Kiki is a brash, boozy septuagenarian chanteuse. She's never much cared what other people think, but she's always willing to say what she thinks. On stage with her stalwart accompanist and only living friend Herb, Kiki lets rip with political rants, searing social commentary and confessions about their own highs and lows. As the story goes, a young Kiki & Herb met in the 1930s at the Erie Children's Institutional, where the two would begin an artistic collaboration and close personal relationship that would last a lifetime. A very long lifetime. Together they've seen come and go numerous regimes, fads and fascists, and the presidencies, pregnancies and personal challenges that would send them through a string of their very own 'Great Depressions.'
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