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Pardon My English has a convoluted plotline that takes place in Dresden, Germany in It was not the time to present a musical about Germany, as the Nazis were rapidly gaining power. The Nazis are never mention in the farce since the producers were attempting to make fun of American Prohibition. They transferred the play to a German speakeasy where it was verboten to get a non-alcoholic soft drink.
It is interesting to note that on the day the musical closed, someone burned down the Reichstag in Berlin. The musical was forgotten until a producer discovered a number of the musical manuscripts in the Warner Brothers music warehouse in Secaucus, New York in The score was pieced together and it was performed at the Library of Congress. Elektra recorded the musical in with a cast that included John Cullum and William Katt. City Center Encores!
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It was a great success and the production received thumbs up notices. The script is still very silly with a dizzying assault of bad puns. However, there is an engaging quality about the plot that makes it infectious.
It helps to set your mind to the early '30s. The show has some of most crazy characters you are likely to meet in a musical, including a gangster who is constantly being hit in the head and becoming an English Lord or visa versa throughout the whole two-act, 2-hour show. There is an inept police commissioner who runs around like Groucho Marx, a Polish vamp singer, a bookish daughter, and a song and dance couple thrown in for good measure.
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George and Ira Gershwin composed a brilliant score and some of the songs have become standards, like "The Lorelei" and "My Cousin in Milwaukee. Director Bobby Weinapple has assembled some excellent singers to present these terrific songs. Tony Panighetti gives a good performance in the dual role of the gangster Golo and the British lord Michael. Tony, who has an excellent voice, is a tad weak on the duets "Isn't It a Pity? He also has good vocal chops singing "So What?
Nina Joseph once again shows off her sweet golden voice as the bookish daughter of the commissioner. She is very appealing singing "Isn't It a Pity? His upper-class British accent is straight out of a Monty Python skit. Mary Kalita gives a good performance as Magda, the dizzy "pulchritudinous parlor maid from Potsdam.
McClain gives a zany performance straight out of an early '30s RKO comedy.
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