CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF JERRY HERMAN
Spend an evening with the music of Jerry Herman and you too will cheer for Broadway's electrifying tribute to this all-American master of song. Taking center stage are some of Broadway's best musicals, including Hello Dolly!, Mame, Mack and Mabel, Dear World and La Cage Aux Folles. Jerry's Girls celebrates glamour, optimism, love, melody, and women! The all-female cast reminds us how Jerry Herman has given voice to some of Broadway's biggest legends, with his unique ability to write comedy, ballads, and show-stoppers. He's won multiple Tony, Grammy, Olivier, and Drama Desk Awards but, first and foremost, he's also won our heart!
Cast: 3 Women, 1 Accompanist
Running Time: 90 Minutes (with Intermission)
Jerry's Girls Promo Video
Direction and Choreography by Ellie Mooney
DIRECTOR AND CHOREOGRAPHER
ELLIE MOONEY SUCCESSFULLY BRINGS OUT BOTH THE EASY HUMOR AND FIERCE EMOTION OF JERRY HERMAN'S SONGS
"The space is cozy and the cast is small, but everything else about director Ellie Mooney's production of Jerry's Girls is as big as Broadway. Powerful vocal performances, dozens of beautiful costumes, lighting design that is functional and fantastic, and an elaborate back stage set all contribute to the impressive production. Jerry Herman's iconic show tunes are right at home here and any lover of musical theater should certainly feel the same..."
THESE THREE LEADING LADIES TAKE US ON A NON-STOP TRIP OF LOVE, COMEDY, OPTIMISM, AND STRENGTH THROUGH HERMAN’S SONGS.
"It’s cliché to say- but this show really does have everything. Most importantly, the all-female cast reminds us that girl power is a strong, strong force and if you have a young lady in your life who loves the theatre or wants to pursuit a theatre career someday, take her to see this one. Whether you love the stage like I do, or just want to dip your feet in and see how it feels, Jerry’s Girls is the perfect night out for you."
– A TASTE OF BROADWAY GENIUS
"The choreography and directing by Ellie Mooney exploited every inch of space and took into account the strong suits of each actress. There are solos, duets, and trios which are enriched by the contrasting dance elements and gestures. The best number of the show in terms of choreography was “Just go to the movies” where each of the singers had solo song and dance numbers which finished in trios..."