PHOTO CALL: Gypsy 2000: Michael Flutely and the Lost Book of Seuss

News   PHOTO CALL: Gypsy 2000: Michael Flutely and the Lost Book of Seuss Michael Curry of Cabaret revealed one of his extracurricular talents as Michael Flutely, the Lord of the Recorder. Skills included playing the theme from "WKRP in Cincinnati," along with several Irish favorites and demonstrating a "Look, Mom, no mouth!" method of playing. In a parody of Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham," the Cat in the Hat (David Lowenstein) went through a list of the critics who had panned the show - Ben Brantley, Michael Riedel and Clive Barnes - while admitting "I do like Jeffrey Lyons, though / He's the one who liked our show!", before coming to a heart warming conclusion about the joy of putting on theatre and pleasing audiences, no matter what the critical conclusion is.
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Michael Curry of Cabaret revealed one of his extracurricular talents as Michael Flutely, the Lord of the Recorder. Skills included playing the theme from "WKRP in Cincinnati," along with several Irish favorites and demonstrating a "Look, Mom, no mouth!" method of playing. In a parody of Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham," the Cat in the Hat (David Lowenstein) went through a list of the critics who had panned the show - Ben Brantley, Michael Riedel and Clive Barnes - while admitting "I do like Jeffrey Lyons, though / He's the one who liked our show!", before coming to a heart warming conclusion about the joy of putting on theatre and pleasing audiences, no matter what the critical conclusion is.