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Re: [dannykaye] Re: To all kaye fans

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  • kirk mcmahon
    the show has played from small intimated spaces of 100 to mid sized theatres of 1000, it travels with as little as three, star, pianist, stage manager, to a
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 1, 2002
      the show has played from small intimated spaces of 100 to mid sized theatres of 1000, it travels with as little as three, star, pianist, stage manager, to a larger version of about 8
      kirk
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Kelly
      To: dannykaye@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 8:29 PM
      Subject: [dannykaye] Re: To all kaye fans


      Kir:
      Is the show self contained enough for someplace such as The Supper
      Club, or Don't Tell Momma's (tho' Momma's may be a liitle small) ? or one o=
      f
      the many nightclubs that are here? the Supper Club is a recreation of a
      1940's styled nightclub and is located at
      The Supper Club
      240 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036
      (212) 921-1940
      (212) 704-9609 (fax)

      Who knows, they just may be interested. also, the CopcabaƱa is going to
      reopen once again after a many decade absence. I believe that Danny
      played the Copa early on in his career.

      Copacabana
      560 West 34 Street, New York, NY 10001
      (212) 239-2672

      Kelly, in NYC
      SAG/AFTRA

      --- In dannykaye@y..., "kirkaye2002" <kirkmcmahon@s...> wrote:
      > There are times in ones life when you live life out loud. Between
      > 1982 and 1992 that was true for me. Then there are times you
      > disappear from the radar of life. This was true from 1992 to 2002.
      > During those first 10 years, I recreated Danny Kaye's one man show
      > that he toured for 20 years. ( With the permission of both him and
      > Sylvia). It did very well, and we performed over 300 shows in Canada
      > and the UK. Even did the show at the London Paladium in England, 40
      > years to the day he first opened there in 1948. We did a lot of
      > television talk shows and there was talk of touring the show to the
      > United States. We thought it would sell very very well there. We had
      > done many shows in the Border towns and cities of Canada were many
      > American's came and were amazed. But when the time came in 1992 to
      do
      > it, not even one American producer would even book a week of trials.
      > No one in the United States would ever come to see a show about Danny
      > Kaye they said. I told them they were wrong but I did not have the
      > money or the expertise to move the show into the U.S. Ten years later
      > I am considering whether to remount the show or not. There is lots
      > of interest in Canada but do the Fans out there in the world know of
      > any good producers who are big Kaye Fans who would consider bring the
      > show to their city? Pass the word along if you do.
      > Kirk


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    • Kelly
      Contact me @ the_roaring_girl@bigfoot.com, I ll a get you alist of clubs with stage space that might accomodate you. and would you mind playing in downtown
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 6, 2002
        Contact me @ the_roaring_girl@...,

        I'll a get you alist of clubs with stage space that might
        accomodate you. and would you mind playing in "downtown"
        spaces?

        Kelly
        SAG/AFTRA

        --- In dannykaye@y..., "kirk mcmahon" <kirkmcmahon@s...>
        wrote:
        > the show has played from small intimated spaces of 100 to
        mid sized theatres of 1000, it travels with as little as three, star,
        pianist, stage manager, to a larger version of about 8
        > kirk
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: Kelly
        > To: dannykaye@y...
        > Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 8:29 PM
        > Subject: [dannykaye] Re: To all kaye fans
        >
        >
        > Kir:
        > Is the show self contained enough for someplace such as
        The Supper
        > Club, or Don't Tell Momma's (tho' Momma's may be a liitle
        small) ? or one o=
        > f
        > the many nightclubs that are here? the Supper Club is a
        recreation of a
        > 1940's styled nightclub and is located at
        > The Supper Club
        > 240 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036
        > (212) 921-1940
        > (212) 704-9609 (fax)
        >
        > Who knows, they just may be interested. also, the
        CopcabaƱa is going to
        > reopen once again after a many decade absence. I believe
        that Danny
        > played the Copa early on in his career.
        >
        > Copacabana
        > 560 West 34 Street, New York, NY 10001
        > (212) 239-2672
        >
        > Kelly, in NYC
        > SAG/AFTRA
        >
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