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October 28, 2013

SOCIETY CABARET - AT THE HOTEL REX

 LEE HARTGRAVE TONIGHT



LUA HADAR - COURTESY PHO


GREAT QUALITY CABARET
AT 'SOCIETY CABARET' - SUPERB SHOW! 
AT THE HOTEL REX



This newly discovered cozy Cabaret is totally irresistible. I'm thrilled that I discovered this wonderful experience.

How much do I love the music? Well, on the night that I saw the opening show. there was Lua Hadar, who gave a rousing "Mambo Italiano". Her powerful and unique voice brings out the most unusual connection to the audience. Wow! - what energy.
 
 
The show really kept me in my chair at this unique musical. It was tender, soaring and extremely funny. There is no stopping on this show - Hadar was downright transporting. Heck, I'm still thinking about it. Well, I kept thinking all evening about the music - "Something Familiar - Something Comedy Tonight and I Never Do Anything Twice (Cole Porter)."
 
 
One of the entertainers said about the music: "Sometimes you need a Drink to Fall in Love." Yep, that'll do ya for the evening. Drinks that is.
 
 
G.SCOTT LACY swooped in, and put out some mean piano playing. Of course - he does it all the time-he's one of the greatest from Broadway and beyond. He has the power of music. Everyone wants him.
 
 
Yep - this was a downright revolutionary evening.
Other great pianists at Society, brought us "Grade A+" -- Hope their fingers hold up - as they hit the keys. We gasped at the talent - it's Thrilling and Brilliant.
 
 
There is plenty to hear and see at Society Cabaret. There is Cole Porter to Edith Piaf. The laughs go on and on. The Talent is Enthusiastic - they are high wire confident. Boys and Girls -- where do you get all that physical verve?
 
 
The Society Cabaret is a Rare Jewell. Hooray to the Show and the Hotel Rex.
RATING: HIGHEST RATING
 
 
(((Four Glasses of Champagne (highest rating) -trademarked-)))
 
Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he produced and hosted a long-running Arts Segment at PBS-KQED (7-years).

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