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War Paint, Reviewed by David Richardson, Theater Critic

Apr 17, 2017

I love to see and hear Patti Lupone (although without the unintelligible German accent she used the other night) and the always on top of her game Christine Ebersole, but was it necessary to have them in a Broadway musical with little plot and performing songs you will never care about. So here they are in something called War Paint which at least is close to being a real Broadway musical and not one of those pocketbook musicals which have no sets or props which have been cropping up way too often.

A quintessential 1950s show for the tired businessman. Starring Tony Randall with a great score, covered by such talents as Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, and Rosemary Clooney. This Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming.

“Pure Comedy" by Father John Misty is this week's featured album on the Afternoon Ramble. Click here to watch the music video for “Ballad of the Dying Man" from his record, and tune into AR Monday through Friday from 1 - 5 pm to hear more.

Don't Miss Bonnie in the Morning Thursday morning for her interview with April Gornik Vice President of the Sag Harbor Partnership. They will discuss the exciting news about the sale of the cinema to the Sag Harbor Partnership and the creation of a new not for profit, Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center (SHCAC). The entity will be committed to education, outreach, and programming for all the people of the East end year-round. Listen to 883wppb.org.

The magic of love's guitar is at the center of such beloved musicals as The Sound of Music, Evita, Show Boat, Man of La Mancha and many more. Strum along with us, this Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming.