Last Chance: Florida Stage's Hot 'n' Cole Cools Down Sept. 6

News   Last Chance: Florida Stage's Hot 'n' Cole Cools Down Sept. 6 Audiences which wish to keep cool with Cole -- Hot `n' Cole, that is, a summer musical devised by David Armstrong, Bruce W. Coyle and When Pigs Fly's Mark Waldrop -- better do so before Sept. 6, when the Florida Stage show's run ends.

Audiences which wish to keep cool with Cole -- Hot `n' Cole, that is, a summer musical devised by David Armstrong, Bruce W. Coyle and When Pigs Fly's Mark Waldrop -- better do so before Sept. 6, when the Florida Stage show's run ends.

The revue features such Cole Porter tunes as "Anything Goes," "My Heart Belongs To Daddy" and "At Long Last Love."

Associate artistic director J. Barry Lewis directs Laurie Gamache (a Broadway Chorus Line Cassie and understudy in The Red Shoes), Kim Cozort, Mark Santoro, Jessica Sheridan, and Barry Tarallo. Jim Hoskins choreographs. Designing the show are Michael Amico (set), Suzanne M. Jones (lighting) and Karen Anselm (costumes).

For tickets ($27-$33) and information on Hot `n' Cole: The New Cole Porter Celebration at Manalapan's Carbonell Award-winning Florida Stage (formerly the Pope Theatre Company), call (800) 514-3837.

-- By David Lefkowitz and Robert Simonson

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