|Sarah Moore. Photo by David Wilson|
SHO HO STARRING SARAH MOORE
A CAPRICIOUS DELIGHT!
How many characters does it take to put on a show? Sarah Moore has more characters than a bunch of Bunny Rabbits.
Moore’s alter ego, Rhonda Hammerstein (she claims to be related to the famous Hammerstein’s) is trying to make it in showbiz. She may not make it to the big Broadway stage – but the audience is just delighted. The pleasure comes in the madness.
Moore sings songs with outrageous lyrics like “Everyone Fun is Dead.” Moore’s character Rhonda is trying to make it big time on the stage. It doesn’t work for her. Rhonda then decides to join the Circus, where she blends with all the other kinky people.
Her friends are very strange. There is “Girlie Man” (and you can guess what he has in mind). And oh yes, Sho Girl meets some that are in even more strange. One character even exposes her breasts. Oh! Shame!
I really wasn’t expecting to enjoy the show this much. Boy, was I glad that I went to see Moore’s crazy bunch of friends. She’s bewitching, inquisitive and she completely astonishes.
You will marvel at her Opera Singing (It’s a complete show in itself. This is stunning artistry that deserves the raves that it gets.
Sexual innuendoes are scattered throughout Sarah’s Cast of Thousands. Yep, she’s a crowd-pleaser! The audience actually leaped out of their seats to applaud.
NOW PLAYING AT THE NEW CONSERVATORY THEATRE CENTER
RATING: FOUR GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!!! (highest rating) –trademarked-
(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and has produced a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED. He also is an original member of the Bay Area Critics Circle. And he was a two-term President of BATCC)))