“I’m Talking To You” go see “Scorsese” at the Wallis


It’s been 26 years since Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas” hit the silver screen to rave reviews and now the Wallis ANnenberg’ s tribute “Scorsese  American Crime Requiem” is a welcome reprise.
It’s an endlessly remarkable, brutally honest and violent at Scorsese’s finest moments and characters set to music on a live stage. Those lucky enough to be seated in the first few rows feel truly part of the action as the bar is at the forefront of the stage. This show is an example of classic cinema with both elements of cool and corrupt. It’s a chance for the most loyal of Scorsese cinefiles to now take in some of the most melodramatic exciting moments onstage with memorable numbers such as: “Rags to Riches;” “Takes Two to Tango;” “Taxi Driver Theme;” and “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.”
Scorsese For the Record  is a wild yet enjoyable ride enabling the audience to recreate classic scenes of gangster genre favorites such as “Boom Boom Boom(The Wolf of Wall Street) and “The Thrill is Gone” (Casino).
This show chooses the perfect mix of music to set the mood and the record , with images to take one’s breath away .
For the record : a brilliant time capsule of Scorsese’sbody of work with fine choreography and tempo .

Based on the Soundtracks of Martin Scorsese

Created by Anderson Davis, Shane Scheel and Jesse Vargas




About Bonnie Priever Curtain Up!

I am a theatre reviewer extraordinairre. I attend and cover theatres ranging from large to small venues, and every subject from musical theatre to dramatic presentations. Also please check out my reviews at www.examiner.com and www.tolucantimes.com my email is bonniedeb13@hotmail.com
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