One Mo’ Time BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • Opening Night:
    March 6, 2002
    Closing:
    March 24, 2002

    Theater: Longacre Theatre / 220 West 48th Street, New York, NY, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    Charlestons, rags, cakewalks, and other hip-swinging, toe-tapping hits of the Vaudeville age are featured in One Mo’ Time, the New Orleans jazz musical conceived, written, and directed by Vernel Bagneris. The show features numbers such as "There’ll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight," "Down in Honky Tonk Town," and "Everybody Loves My Baby," played by the New Orleans Blues Serenaders, under the direction of Orange Kellin.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF One Mo’ Time

    Hard Times, and Hard-Driving Music, Back in the Big Easy

    Bruce Weber

    March 7, 2002: The good-natured New Orleans jazz revue ''One Mo' Time'' was an Off Broadway hit when it opened in 1979 at the Village Gate. It ran for three and a half years and begat numerous touring companies, becoming a more or less reiterative theme on the theatrical landscape. A full-fledged revival production, which first appeared at the Williamstown Theater Festival, opened on Broadway last night at the Longacre Theater. That will certainly make it the oldest show eligible for this year's Tony Award for best new musical. But otherwise there seems little reason for it to be here.

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