|October 15, 2021 ||Las Vegas Magazine||"We can’t smile without Barry Manilow in Las Vegas" by Ken Miller|
|The minute Barry Manilow hits the stage at his Westgate Las Vegas residency, the connection is immediate. After all, Manilow is part of so many memories from all our lives, whether it’s a song in a movie, a song we used to play over and over in our living rooms, or even a commercial jingle that got stuck in our heads on an endless loop. He doesn’t even need to sing a note; once he flashes that charismatic smile, his fans can’t get enough.|
But of course, the songs are why you bought your ticket, and songs you will get—so many that it’s hard to believe Manilow squeezes them all into a one-hour-plus show. But you won’t just hear monster hits; you’ll also get the stories behind them. For instance, did you know Manilow changed “Mandy” from its original title, “Brandy”? Or the story behind “Looks Like We Made It”? The songs take on much broader significance once you’ve learned Manilow’s process.
There’s so much to appreciate in this show, from the crazy talented band backing Manilow up to the cool 3D effect used midway through the show (everyone gets a pair of glasses upon entering the theater). The staging of “Copacabana,” the climax of the show, is particularly fun, with a large, extending platform lowering from the ceiling and attaching to the stage, allowing Manilow and his dancers to move and shimmy up above the crowd. It’s such an “only in Vegas” moment and proof of why Manilow meshes with this town perfectly.
One of my personal favorite moments is when Manilow takes a breather, gives his band a break and heads over to a piano on the side of the stage, taking the audience through some of his most famous songs that many don’t realize he wrote—in particular, the “I’m Stuck on Band-Aid” jingle, as well as “Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is there.” You’ll hear audible gasps from the audience, as well as plenty of laughter. (Manilow really gets into this bit and has some fun at his expense, which only endears him to his fans more.)
And as Manilow belts out classics like “I Write the Songs,” “Could It Be Magic,” “Weekend in New England,” “It’s a Miracle” and “Can’t Smile Without You,” it’s stunning to sit back and realize that none of Manilow’s energy—or that amazing, singular voice—has been altered by time. Manilow may be 78, but you’d never know it by the way he commands the stage.
The other star of this show is the audience—“Fanilows,” as they’ve become known. Throughout the performance, they’re hanging on every word, swaying back and forth in unison or dancing furiously, but always full of energy that is absolutely infectious. It’s truly one of the most exciting, enjoyable experiences in Las Vegas. You’ll be counting the days until Manilow returns and you can get that feeling again.
Westgate Las Vegas, 702.745.3000 Ticketmaster
|October 13, 2021 ||Las Vegas Review-Journal||"Barry Manilow’s Christmas gift: 3 shows in December" by John Katsilometes|
|Barry Manilow is offering a mix of melodies and hits for the holiday season. The recording superstar is performing “A Very Barry Christmas” holiday production Dec. 2, 3 and 4 at the Westgate. The shows mark his first full-scale holiday show at the resort. Tickets range from $54.75-$354.99 (not including plus tax and applicable fees) and can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com or the Westgate box office. The shows support the Las Vegas Toys for Tots campaign. Toy donations will be accepted by Marines at the theater. Manilow is scheduled to perform this weekend, again Oct. 21-23, and Nov. 11-13 prior to his holiday shows. He’s back for performances February through April.
|October 11, 2021 ||9News (Denver)||"'A Very Barry Christmas' comes to Denver: 'A Very Barry Christmas' promises to become an instant holiday classic" by Alexander Kirk|
|DENVER -- AEG Presents announced Monday that Barry Manilow will bring "A Very Barry Christmas" to the Mile High City. The full-scale holiday production will come to Denver's Bellco Theatre at the Colorado Convention Center on Tuesday, Dec. 14. According to AEG Presents, "A Very Barry Christmas" has "delighted audiences all over the country and promises to become an instant holiday classic." This is the first time the holiday production has been performed in Denver.|
Tickets for Manilow's Denver concert go on sale Friday, Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. at AXS.com. Prices for the all-ages show range from $20 to $230. Manilow is one of the world's all-time bestselling recording artists, having sold more than 85 million albums. The Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award winner has notched 50 Top 40 singles including 27 Top 10 hits in his career.
|September 24, 2021 ||PR Newswire|
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|MANILOW: LAS VEGAS - The Hits Come Home! Extended For Record-Breaking Run: Legendary Singer Will Surpass Elvis Presley's Longstanding Performance Record|
|LAS VEGAS, Sept. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The legendary Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino officially announced that GRAMMY®, TONY®, and EMMY® Award-winning singer-songwriter, arranger, producer and musician, Barry Manilow and his MANILOW: LAS VEGAS – The Hits Come Home! has extended his residency at the Westgate International Theater into 2023, and will set a new record for performances on this historic stage, surpassing the longstanding record set by Elvis Presley. New show dates for 2022 go on sale Friday, September 24 at 10am PDT.|
In September 2021, Barry Manilow returned to Las Vegas to reopen the wildly successful MANILOW: LAS VEGAS – The Hits Come Home! performances on the International Theater stage at Westgate Las Vegas. "It's an honor to extend our relationship with Barry further as he commits to additional years of delighting audiences at Westgate Las Vegas," said David Siegel, Founder, President & CEO of Westgate Resorts. "Barry is a timeless entertainer and a once-in-a-generation talent. We couldn't be happier to continue to have him call Westgate Las Vegas his home."
"I love it here," said Barry Manilow. "Westgate Las Vegas is my home away from home and I look forward to performing here for a long, long time."
MANILOW: LAS VEGAS – The Hits Come Home! made its debut in May 2018 to rave reviews and sold-out audiences. This spectacular show is unlike anything Manilow has ever done with massive video walls, sets, and special effects - a non-stop evening of Manilow's impressive catalog of Top 40 Hits. He has been named a "Best of Las Vegas" Best Resident Performer/Headliner by the Las Vegas Review Journal and was among the first inductees in the inaugural Las Vegas Magazine Hall of Fame. The show has received rave reviews from media outlets and Manilow fans all over the world.
With the addition of 105 show dates into 2023, Barry Manilow firmly establishes his place as one of the greatest entertainers of all time, surpassing the record number of performances on the International Theater stage previously held by the one and only Elvis Presley.UPCOMING SHOW DATES NOW ON SALE:
September 16 – 18, 2021
September 23 - 25, 2021
October 14 - 16, 2021
October 21 - 23, 2021
November 11 – 13, 2021
December 2 – 4, 2021
February 10 - 12, 2022
February 17 - 19, 2022
March 3 – 5, 2022
April 7 – 9, 2022
April 21 – 23, 2022
MANILOW: LAS VEGAS – The Hits Come Home! tickets range in price from $54.75 to $354.99 plus tax and applicable fees. Tickets for the newly added dates will go on sale September 24 at 10am P.D.T. Tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com, the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino WOW Rewards Center at (702) 252-6000 ext. 5050 or online at www.barrymanilow.com or www.westgatelasvegas.com
ABOUT BARRY MANILOWwww.westgateresorts.com/manilow
Having sold more than 85 million albums worldwide, Barry Manilow is one of the world's all-time bestselling recording artists. The GRAMMY®, TONY®, and EMMY® Award-winning musician has had an astonishing 50 Top 40 singles including 12 #1s and 27 Top 10 hits. He is ranked as the #1 Adult Contemporary Artist of all time, according to Billboard and R&R magazines.
ABOUT WESTGATE LAS VEGAS RESORT & CASINO
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, the iconic world-class destination and the home of Legendary Vegas Safe Fun, offers a unique blend of amenities and excitement with all your favorite table games, hottest slots on the market, incredible restaurants, endless entertainment, more than 225,000 square feet of meeting space and the world's favorite Race & Sports SuperBook®, which is home to Nevada's largest wagering system and more than 4,500 square feet of newly-updated state-of-the-art HD video screens, in a comfortable, smoke-free environment. Westgate Las Vegas provides a range of culinary adventures with eight Las Vegas restaurants, including the world-famous Benihana Village, the award-winning Edge Steakhouse, now rated the top restaurant and top steakhouse in Las Vegas on TripAdvisor and Fresco Italiano, the top Italian restaurant in Las Vegas on TripAdvisor.
The home of legendary performer Barry Manilow, the property features entertainment options in the International Theater and the Westgate Cabaret and has recently undergone nearly $300 million in renovations that has encompassed every square inch of the property, including the addition of 300 timeshare villas, a new suite of fine dining restaurants, a fully renovated pool deck, 2,100 remodeled Luxe Rooms & Signature Rooms and the luxurious Serenity Spa in Las Vegas, which was awarded the 2017 Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award. For more information or to book our Las Vegas hotel, call toll free at (800) 732-7117 or log on to WestgateLasVegas.com.
|September 17, 2021 ||Broadway World||"Barry Manilow Returns to Vegas in a BIG Way: Manilow: The Hits Come Home at Westgate Las Vegas opens to an enthusiastic crowd" by Debbie Hall|
|Fanilows lined the porte cochère at Westgate Las Vegas on Sept. 15, when the first Copacabana Flash Mob celebrated the anticipated return of Barry Manilow. The iconic singer, songwriter, musician, and producer demonstrated that he is ready to perform again in Manilow: The Hits Come Home in the Westgate International Theater through Dec. 4 with a contract extension through 2022.|
The anticipation rose as everyone waited for the sun to set. Just inside the IBar, R & B duo NPerson entertained the crowd. Sean and Brandon Godfrey (Soul of Motown), along with Vinny Adinolfi and son Vin A. (The Bronx Wanders), also reveled in the fun. When the party moved outside, Copacabana Flash Mob performed again for the hundreds of people dancing in anticipation. Gordon Prouty, the hotel's VP of Public & Community Relations, introduced Cami Christensen, Westgate's President and General Manager. She spoke about her memories of Barry Manilow, listening to his music while driving across the country, not realizing that one day she would get to work with the entertainer.
Then the special guest and headliner arrived in a limo and spoke to the adoring crowd. "It's wonderful working here at the Westgate. I've worked every place ... every place! And we're crazy about this place. We're crazy about the people who run it, we're crazy about the audiences that come to see us, and we love the showroom that we're in. I hope you all come to see our show and thank you all for coming to this event," Barry says. To screams and cheers, he turned around to the big switch on the outdoor stage, flipped it, and a huge spotlight shined on Barry's latest banner on the towering resort, which can be seen for miles.
His original residency was at the property, then known as the Las Vegas Hilton, home to Elvis Presley and Barbara Streisand. At 78 years of age, his career has spanned over 50 years. Hits include "Could It Be Magic," "Mandy," "I Write the Songs," "Can't Smile Without You," and his signature "Copacabana (At the Copa)." He released 51 Top 40 singles, including 13 No. 1 hits, 28 top 10, and 36 in the top 20 selling 13 platinum and six multi-platinum albums. At the beginning of his career, Barry has written and performed songs used in commercials for corporations including Pepsi-Cola, McDonald's, and Band-Aid. He has been nominated for 15 Grammy Awards (winning once) as a producer, arranger, and performer and produced Grammy-nominated albums for Bette Midler, Dionne Warwick, Nancy Wilson, and Sarah Vaughan. Barry has sold more than 85 million records as a solo artist worldwide, making him one of the world's best-selling artists.
Manilow: The Hits Come Home will perform in the Westgate International Theater at the Westgate Las Vegas, 3000 Paradise Road. Performance dates are Sept. 17 and 18, Sept. 23-25, Oct. 14-16, Oct. 14-16, Oct. 21-23, Nov. 11-13, and Dec. 2-4. To purchase tickets and more info, click here.
|September 16, 2021 ||Fox 5 Las Vegas KVVU-TV||"Barry Manilow returns to Las Vegas: Barry Manilow returns to the Westgate Resort & Casino for his residency" by Jon Archuleta|
|Barry Manilow is getting ready for his big return to the Las Vegas stage. The legendary 78-year-old singer made a special appearance at Westgate Resort & Casino on Wednesday night where his residency will be. There was a flash mob outside the hotel-casino dancing to Manilow's hits. Then, in front of a group of fans, Manilow pushed a button to light his marquee on the side of Westgate. His shows run on select dates from Sept. 16-Feb. 11, 2022.|
|September 16, 2021 ||Las Vegas Magazine||"Barry Manilow back in Vegas" by Nina King|
|On Wednesday, Sept. 15, Westgate Las Vegas celebrated the return of Barry Manilow to the hotel with a special presentation and unveiling of a huge panel stretching several stories on the hotel’s exterior. As fans and hotel guests gathered in the porte cochére to catch a glimpse of the entertainer during a press conference announcing his return to the iconic International Theater, they were treated to a flash mob dancing to Manilow’s famous hit, “Copacabana.”|
After the performance, Westgate President and General Manager Cami Christensen welcomed fans and spoke about Manilow’s return. “Eighteen months ago, we said goodbye to the Manilow family. And sadly, we did not know when they were going to return,” she said. “...There are 2,000 team members in that building right there that are so excited to have you back. And they miss you so much. Welcome home.”
With that, the spry singer took to the stage and said a few words, and as the crowd counted down, the huge panel was unveiled. Barry Manilow: The Hits Come Home resumes Sept. 16, and plays several dates every month, continuing into 2022. Westgate Las Vegas, Sept. 16-18 & 23-25, Oct. 14-16 & 21-23, Nov. 11-13 and Dec. 2-4, 800.745.3000 (Ticketmaster).
|September 16, 2021 ||Las Vegas Review-Journal||"Barry Manilow to extend Las Vegas residency at Westgate" by John Katsilometes|
|We have experienced some Manilow by the numbers as the recording superstar reopens at Westgate Las Vegas. We’ve had the number of verses in “Copacabana” (three). The number of flash mobs performed to the song Wednesday at the hotel’s entrance (two). The number of dancers grooving to that tune (100). And, most pertinent for “Fanilows,” the number of new shows set for Barry Manilow in 2022 (15). Those dates cover Feb. 10 -12, Feb. 17 – 19, March 3 – 5, April 7 – 9 and April 21 – 23. The dates are onsale for Maniow’s fan club 10 a.m. Monday. Additional onsale info to be announced.|
|September 16, 2021 ||Daily Mail||"Ready To Take A Chance Again! Barry Manilow, 78, confirms the return of his Las Vegas residency after COVID-19 pandemic forced veteran star to reschedule shows" by Jason Chester|
|It wasn't exactly the Copacabana, but sunny Las Vegas was an adequate replacement as Barry Manilow confirmed the return of his hugely popular residency on Wednesday. The legendary American singer is returning to the stage at the International Theater at Westgate after the COVID-19 pandemic prompted him to postpone and reschedule all of his dates in 2020.|
Confirming the news at a special event in Vegas, Manilow, 78, looked delighted to be back in the spotlight with his delayed show, appropriately titled 'Barry Manilow - The Hits Come Home!' The singer confirmed in August 2020 that all concert dates would be rescheduled after the venue was closed down due to safety concerns regarding the spread of coronavirus ("I hope this note finds you safe, healthy and wearing a mask. Just like you, we are dealing with the uncertainty of the future and processing information as quickly as we can. As you probably already know, the state of Nevada is currently operating under the Governor’s State of Emergency Order. That means that none of the state’s entertainment venues, including Westgate’s International Theater, are allowed to operate. Trust me, there is nothing that would make my heart happier than to be back home at Westgate and in the International Theater performing for you, my friends. But for everyone’s health and safety, that just has to wait. In the meantime, out of an abundance of caution and respect for all the plans that everyone has to make … and change … and make again ... we are going to postpone the planned Fall 2020 concerts.").
With the world slowly adapting to a 'new normal,' Manilow fielded questions from Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino President and General Manager Cami Christensen, who wore a face covering as she joined him outside the venue. Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak Manlow performed more than 500 shows at Westgate following its original launch in May 2018.
Speaking to the Hoda Kotb podcast in June, he admitted to missing his band during lockdown, with the singer referring to them as his 'family.' 'The first thing I want to do is hug them,” he said. 'People don’t realize how close you get to your band.'
Manilow's current concert dates will run at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino from September 16 – 18, 2021, with further shows taking place from September 23 - 25, 2021.
|August 23, 2021 ||Variety||"Barry Manilow’s ‘Harmony’ Musical Will Finally Get Its First NYC Run in Spring 2022: The production was conceived with book and lyrics writer Bruce Sussman" by Chris Willman|
|Barry Manilow fans never got to hear the end of his set at Saturday’s “We Love NYC” Central Park concert, after the all-star show got shut down right in the middle of a Manilow medley. But there’ll finally be an ending to the saga of his stage musical “Harmony” coming to New York City, as the show has been set for a seven-week run in the spring of 2022 — 25 years after it first premiered in California.|
“Harmony” will be presented by the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF) in the Edmond J. Safra Hall Theatre at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Previews start March 23 of next year, with regular performances beginning April 13 and running through May 8. Tony winner Warren Carlyle will direct. Conceived by Manilow with book and lyrics writer Bruce Sussman, “Harmony” has taken a long road to get there — and not just because this particular NYTF production has been delayed a couple of times, first from its planned 2019 bow to 2020, followed by the pandemic necessitating a second postponement.
The show premiered at the La Jolla Playhouse near San Diego, the incubator for many Broadway productions over the years, in 1997. A planned production in Philadelphia in 2003 that was supposed to lead to Broadway, with Brian d’Arcy James leading the cast, got shut down during rehearsals when the producers ran millions of dollars short of capitalizing the show. Ten years later, “Harmony” got new life in a production at the Alliance Theater Company in Atlanta, but a New York follow-up slipped out of its grasp then, too.
Although this version of “Harmony” is not set for Broadway, it lands with a prestigious company. Before the pandemic, the NYTF’s production of “Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish” won a Drama Desk award in 2019, along with a a Lucille Lortel Award and several other honors. The company is no new kid on the block — it’s now in its 107th season. Producers are quick to note that, despite the theater company’s name and the title of that previous award-winning production, “Harmony” will be very much in English. The show is based on a true story, that of the Comedian Harmonists, a group of six young men in 1920s Germany who “took the world by storm” -- as the show description says -- with their music and comedy, until the inclusion of Jewish singers in the act put them in the path of a much bigger storm brewing.
This production’s director is also its choreographer. Carlyle won the Tony in 2014 for his choreography for “After Midnight,” a show that also got him a Tony nomination for best director. He was again Tony-nominated in 2019 for his choreography on the “Kiss Me Kate” revival. He directed and choreographed “Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway,” and his association with Jackman continued with directing the actor-singer on a 2019 world tour as well as choreographing the star in an upcoming Broadway revival of “The Music Man.”
Said NYTF artistic director Zalmen Mlotek, “The core of NYTF’s mission will always be the promotion of the great literary, dramatic and musical traditions of the Yiddish theater. We will venture beyond Yiddish when presented with opportunities to tell important Jewish stories, in other languages, particularly when these stories otherwise would not be told. The storied career of the Comedian Harmonists, one of the most popular performers in pre-war Europe, represents how antisemitism can infect even the most ‘civilized’ of societies. The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene is proud to bring their story to a wider public.”
Manilow has not been entirely absent on Broadway during the year spent trying to get “Harmony” there. His revue “Manilow Broadway” played at the Lunt-Fontanne in the second half 2019 and represented the fifth trip to Broadway for a show based around his music.
|August 23, 2021 ||Broadway.com||"Barry Manilow's Harmony to Have New York Debut in March 2022" by Caitlin Moynihan|
|Harmony, the long-gestating original musical by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman, finally has a New York premiere date after several delays. The production is now scheduled to begin performances at the Museum of Jewish Heritage on March 23, 2022 ahead of an opening night on April 13. Tony winner Warren Carlyle will direct. Casting is to be announced. “In our long and exciting collaboration, nothing thrills us more than today’s announcement that our beloved Harmony is coming to the National Yiddish Theatre Foksbiene in New York," Manilow and Sussman said in a statement. "This is what we’ve always wanted to do—create an original show with an original score based on a story that needs to be told."|
Harmony tells the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, an ensemble of six talented young men in 1920s Germany who took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics, until their inclusion of Jewish singers put them on a collision course with history. The musical has had a long journey to New York. Its world premiere at the La Jolla Playhouse in 1997 starred Danny Burstein, Rebecca Luker and Patrick Wilson. Tony Yazbeck, Wayne Alan Wilcox and Leigh Ann Larkin led the principal cast of the 2013 run at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta and at Los Angeles’ Ahmanson Theatre in 2014. A private reading reportedly took place in August 2019 with Jessie Mueller, Kate Baldwin, Reeve Carney, Rob McClure, John Behlmann, Jarrod Spector and Nicholas Barasch all participating.
|August 23, 2021 ||Playbill||"Barry Manilow’s Harmony Musical Will Now Open in 2022: Warren Carlyle will direct Manilow and Bruce Sussman's show about the Comedian Harmonists" by Andrew Gans|
|The long-awaited New York debut of Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman's Harmony, which had most recently been postponed to this year, will now open in March 2022. National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene will present the musical beginning March 23 in the newly renovated Edmond J. Safra Hall at the Museum of Jewish Heritage–A Living Memorial to the Holocaust. Opening night is scheduled for April 13 for a run through May 8. Tony winner Warren Carlyle directs and choreographs.|
The musical tells the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, an ensemble of six young men in 1920s Germany who took the world by storm with their blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics, until their inclusion of Jewish singers put them on a collision course with history. Harmony is produced in association with Ken Davenport. Garry C. Kief is serving as producer along with Amuse Inc., Susan Dubow, and Neil Gooding Productions and in association with Wilfried Rimensberger of Stiletto Entertainment.
Prior to Harmony, NYTF and New York City Opera will present the world premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon's new opera The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, based on Giorgio Bassani’s 1962 novel. With a libretto by Michael Korie, the production is set on the eve of World War II and tells the story of an aristocratic Italian-Jewish family, the Finzi-Continis, who believe they will be immune to the changes happening around them. Performances begin January 19, 2022. Visit NYTF.org.
|August 23, 2021 ||Broadway World||"HARMONY, the New Musical by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman, Comes to New York in 2022: The production will be helmed by Tony Award-winning director Warren Carlyle at the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF)" by Stephi Wild|
|Harmony, the new musical by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman, is coming to New York City in March 2022! The production will be helmed by Tony Award-winning director Warren Carlyle at the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF). The musical tells the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, an ensemble of six talented young men in 1920s Germany who took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics, until their inclusion of Jewish singers put them on a collision course with history. Harmony is based in part on The Comedian Harmonist Archive as curated by the late Dr. Peter Czada.|
Fresh from the stellar success of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish, which won multiple honors including a 2019 Drama Desk Award, NYTF will present Harmony in English, with previews beginning on March 23, 2022, and the production running from April 13-May 8, 2022, in the newly renovated Edmond J. Safra Hall theatre at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place, NYC. For tickets to Harmony, visit NYTF.org or call 855-449-4658. Contact 212-655-7653 for all other inquires.
|August 23, 2021 ||TheaterMania||"Barry Manilow's Harmony [to] Have NYC Premiere: Production will be presented by the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene" by David Gordon|
|The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene has announced its 2022 season, featuring Barry Manilow's Harmony ... Manilow's long-aborning musical Harmony will be presetned March 23-May 8, with Warren Carlyle directing and choreographing. The production was originally scheduled to run during the same period in 2020, though the run was delayed in late 2019 due to a variety of conflicts. With music by Manilow and book and lyrics by Bruce Sussman, Harmony "tells the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, a group of six talented young men, Jewish and gentile, who came together in 1920s Germany and took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics. Together they sold millions of records, starred in a dozen films and packed the houses of the most prestigious concert halls around the globe, until the world they knew changed forever. [The show] will be presented in the newly renovated Edmond J. Safra Hall theatre at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.|