AND THE WORLD GOES ‘ROUND (NOHO ARTS CENTER): 100% – SWEET

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The Co-op production certainly had its rewards, but the results that Reed achieves prove much more satisfying. His sparkling rendition celebrates the breadth and beauty of the Kander-Ebb songs and the formidable talents of his cast without trying to force the wide-ranging songs into an unnecessary framework.
Les Spindle – EdgeLosAngeles

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Though now officially licensed as The World Goes Round, the revue’s latest revival at the NoHo Arts Center gives it back its original ‘91 title, a decision fully in keeping with this sensational, back-to-its-roots staging of one of the most entertaining, tune-packed song cycles in musical theater history.
Steven Stanley – StageSceneLA

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It’s a winner! Don’t miss it!
Don Grigware – BroadwayWorld

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For a fun-loving show, loaded with Kander and Ebb classics and strong performances … this is the one to see!
Pat Taylor – Tolucan Times

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The publicity release for the superior production of the musical review And The World Goes Round describes the production as “stunning, dazzling, high voltage, and impeccably woven”. Well, the show lives up to the hype.
Robert Machray – Stagehappenings

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The talented performers are up to the task and hit their marks precisely.
Michael Ford – Grace Notes

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Plan on an evening of music, dance comedy and songs you’ll be singing when you walk out the door.
Lorenzo Marchessi – NoHoArtsDistrict

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Support local theatre and leave reality for an evening by watching this well-directed, beautifully performed and cleverly choreographed treasure.
Deborah Dodge – Burbank N’ Beyond

AND THE WORLD GOES ‘ROUND
NoHo Arts Center
11136 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood
Through March 10, 2013; Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00, Sundays at 3:00
Tickets: $28; (323) 960-4418
Running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes

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