Away - the Frank Sinatra song-and-dance show just off Broadway- is sizzling display of infatuation and
talent. Exploring lust, lies, love and goodbyes, this kinetic collaboration combines
the Tony Award-winner choreography of Twyla Tharp with Sinatra’s sultry songs.
Through Sunday, August 7
Tickets from $30
15 dancers and 14 big band musicians, Come Fly Away is an
energetic revue of lust-worthy lyrics and legs. Onstage, the band accompanies authentic
recordings of Frank Sinatra in this neo-rock opera, playing more than 30 of his
famous hits which tell the tales of four couples and their intricate
infatuations. Set in a New York night club and vaguely reminiscent of the 1940s,
there’s a lot of sleeping around going on in the city that never sleeps.
swing along as Kate and Hank find a few benefits in being “just friends”, to
the tune of “Nice ‘n‘ Easy”, while the shy sweethearts, Marty and Betsy,
telling one another “I’ve Got a Crush on You.” Enjoy the “Witchcraft” between Slim
and Chanos – as they have a one-night stand with blistering passion – and the rollicking
romance of Babe and Sid, who flirt, fight and love one another with “Body and
Showtime is 8p.m.
Friday and Saturday, and 7p.m. on Sunday. Two matinees are also available, at
2p.m. Saturday and 1:30p.m. Sunday.