One Mo Time (Musical)
Playbill - March 2002 Vernel Bagneris, B j Crosby
One Mo’ Time is a vaudeville revue conceived by historian-performer and New Orleans native Vernel Bagneris, which originally ran for four years off-Broadway at the Village Gate and was successfully revived on Broadway in 2002. The show recreates an evening in New Orleans’ Lyric Theatre in 1926, complete with dance acts and even an old-style black-faced minstrel comic, clearly modeled on the legendary Bert Williams, whom W. C. Fields called “the funniest man I ever saw — and the saddest man I ever knew.” The song-and-dance numbers in One Mo’ Time are loosely threaded together because the show gives us both onstage fun and backstage turmoil. The touring company must contend with one performer who’s in jail, another who’s stolen their cash and everyone who’s at odds with the hard-living Bertha Williams, the company’s star.
Cast - Vernel Bagneris, B j Crosby, Roz Ryan, Rosalind, Wally Dunn
Playbill / Program
Size 215 x 135 mm Pages 50
Condition: Used Good 8/10
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