Tell Me On A Sunday

Looking for love in all the wrong places – Don Black and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1979 musical reimagined for 2019 audiences.

4 thoughts on “Tell Me On A Sunday

  1. Love this music so much. Would have been better if we could have heard the singers and speakers–piano too loud. Acting, costumes, set–first rate.Quite a nostalgic experience. While I enjoy my CDs. there’s nothing like a live performance to give me a thrill. My special thanks to those who produced and performed this gem.

  2. The singing was good but only when you could hear them. Strongly recommend they turn the piano down and the mics up. Bryan seemed to be wearing his close to his eye and maybe if he fixed it it would have been better.
    Also run time was only just shy of 75 mins so if this is typical run time they should adjust as it may impact people getting to other shows (if I knew it was shorter I could have seen it a different time and seen another show too).

  3. Lovely, subtle, and refreshing musical performances by young actors Kenna Simpson and Bryan Myskiw of a challenging piece by Webber and Black. Recommended!

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