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Reviews May 3, 2012    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

WETA Around Town: WORKING – A Musical

Jane Horwitz and Trey Graham join host Robert Aubry Davis to discuss Working, A Musical at Keegan Theatre through May 13, 2012.

The Washington Post: WORKING – A Musical

Could there be a better moment to do “Working,” an audience-friendly revue of songs and monologues based on Studs Terkel’s 1974 book of interviews with American working folk?

The Washington Examiner: WORKING – A Musical

When radio legend and oral historian Studs Terkel wrote the book “Working” in 1974, based on interviews he did with Americans of all social strata, it was hailed as a groundbreaking achievement, since it did what no popular study had done before. It celebrated America’s workers.

MD Theatre Guide: WORKING – A Musical

It is always nice to see a production of a lesser known musical here in DC, particularly when two of its composers are Stephen Schwartz and James Taylor.

Washingtonian: WORKING – A Musical

With close to a dozen men and women standing around and singing about their jobs; Working is like the reality television show of musicals (one of those classier ones on Discovery or the History Channel). And in a newly revised, post-recession Working, things get even more real.



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