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2005 - 2006
"FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE"
    Reviewers are raving about this sparkling
    new production directed by A. Curtis Farrow.

    His woman left him, he's broke, and it's almost
    five o'clock in the mornin'.  But don't worry about
    our hero Nomax.  Out of his '30s-style radio pop
    "FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE", who cajole, wheedle,
    comfort, and jazz him with the whimsical hit songs
    of Louis Jordan, one of the most beloved
    songwriting talents of the twentieth century.

    In the 1940s, bandleader Louis Jordan pioneered
    a new kind of music. A mix of jazz, blues and jive-
    talking humor, Jordan's music became wildly
    popular.

    Jordan was a singer, saxophonist and bandleader
    whose specialty was jump blues with a danceable
    beat accompanied by an antic humor. These songs
    jumped, rocked and swung; and eventually led to
    the birth of rock 'n' roll through the likes of Bill
    Haley and Chuck Berry.

    In their multi-colored zoot suits, the 'Five Guys
    Named Moe" harmonize, croon, wail, tap and joke
    their way through 27 Louis Jordan hits.   This cast
    of entertainers practically knock themselves out
    to make sure the audience is having a good time.   

    The show stopping "Choo Choo Choo Boogie"
    and the sentimental "Don't Let The Sun Catch You
    Crying" are crowd pleasers of the first order.  

    The audience finds it impossible to resist joining
    in the riotous fun with the comic Moes, who seem
    like cartoon characters come to life.
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