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How someone so young knows the dance styles of the 1930’s and ‘40’s...
—STEVE ALLEN—YES, THAT STEVE ALLEN!
“I greatly enjoyed the show at The Supper Club/Edison Theater, and was very impressed by your choreography. How someone so young knows the dance styles of the 1930’s and ‘40’s I have no idea but obviously you do.”
This show evokes the glamour and richness of a bygone era...
—CHIP DEFFAA—NEW YORK POST
“The Supper Club/Edison Theater’s new attraction This Joint Is Jumpin’ presents a fully costumed 1940’s show of jitterbuggers, tap dancers and singers, along with a swinging 17-piece big band which won an appreciative applause throughout. This show evokes the glamour and richness of a bygone era.”
This is roof raising entertainment...
—MICHAEL PORTANTIERE—IN THEATER MAGAZINE
“Enjoy a first class floor show, This Joint Is Jumpin’ in which Broadway veteran, Larry Marshall, leads a company of eight nonpareil singers and dancers through a smashing set of ‘40’s numbers, directed and choreographed by Laura Stilwell. This is roof raising entertainment.”
This Cotton Club era [entertainment] is nothing short of contagious...
—CAROL ANN CARVELLO—STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE
Headlining at the Manhattan night spot, The Supper Club/Edison Theater, is the upbeat musical revue, This Joint Is Jumpin’. A swinging toe-tapping revival, along with a 17-piece orchestra made up of musicians who also perform with Duke Ellington’s band and Lionel Hampton’s band—this depiction of musical entertainment from the Cotton Club era, is nothing short of contagious.
These musical cornucopias are exhilarating...
—ROY SANDER—BISTRO BITS—BACKSTAGE MAGAZINE
“The swing music and dance evenings at The Supper Club/Edison Theater are extraordinary. These musical cornucopias are exhilarating, and include a rousing floor show, This Joint Is Jumpin’. Audience members have been flocking to this show, and the merriment is non-stop.”