A Musical Double Feature Featuring the Zany Antics of the Marx Brothers & great music from the heyday of Hollywood!

Act I—A DAY IN HOLLYWOOD takes place in the lobby of the Grauman‘s Chinese Theatre of the ‘30s, where six ushers pay tribute to the heyday of Hollywood. “Thanks for the Memory,” “Too Marvelous for Words,” “Sleepy Time Gal,” and a tapped rendition of the actual 1930s Hollywood Production Code that rivals any number in Stomp or Riverdance are just a few of the numbers that will have your audiences cheer “Hooray for Hollywood!”

Act II— A NIGHT IN THE UKRAINE is the funniest Marx Brother’s “movie” they never made. Based on The Bear by Anton Chekov (Russia‘s top gag writer), A NIGHT IN THE UKRAINE takes place in the mansion of Madame Pavlenko, a wealthy Ukrainian widow, prior to the Revolution. Your audiences will be in stitches as they witness the antics of Serge B. Samovar (Groucho), a shyster lawyer who professes his love for Madame Pavlenko (Margaret Dumont) …well… it‘s true…he does love her money! Madame Pavlenko‘s faithful servants Carlo (Chico) and Gino (Harpo) come to her aid as they try to rid the mansion of Samovar, and every now and then, throw in a couple of potshots at Madame Pavlenko‘s expense. But, as in all “movie musicals” of the 1930’s happiness wins out in the end.

 Book by Dick Vosburgh  Music by Frank Lazarus  and others

Nominated for nine Tony Awards (including Best Musical) & winner of two, A Day in Hollywood /A Night in The Ukraine is filled with great music, amazing dancing and side-splitting comedy.

A RICH, ROLLICKING RARITY. A TOTAL
DELIGHT.”

 

JACK O’BRIAN

NEW YORK POST

“FUNNIEST SHOW TO HIT N.Y. IN YEARS.
IT’S A CLASSY, SASSY NIGHT OF MAGIC.

 

CLIVE BARNES

NEW YORK POST

AN UPROARIUS PIECE OF ENCHANTMENT.
AN EVENING OF HILARIOUS JOY.
HOLLYWOOD/UKRAINE HAS A VEIN OF
MUSICAL GOLD RUNNING THROUGH IT.
THIS IS A HIT. A STUPENDOUS HIT.”

 

WILLIAM RAIDY

NEWHOUSE MAGAZINE