This little company has heft and promise. The Fringe has given them the opportunity to launch and they’ve certainly taken advantage of it.
Warren Leight’s retrospective play brings to light dusky, smoked filled jazz clubs, youthful dreams, family nightmares, camaraderie and the all consuming love of music.
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