UNSUNG COLE pays tribute to COle Porter's work. It needs no superfluous dialogue, numberous set changes, or biographical information. The songs are arranged in topics and should gracefully flow from one to the other. Talk them, sing them, act them, dance them, but most of all have fun with them.
"This clever, delightful, de lovely revue is a tribute to Porter's genius. It focuses not on the standards, but on the little known, un sung songs, such as the lovely torch song After You Who' from Gay Divorce. And-- well, of course, there are just a few standards thrown in to add to the fun. "" - New York Times
"A cabaret revue fashioned from funny, sometimes wacky, often very tender songs in the sophisticated Porter style.... His music was in the Broadway vernacular and yet unique to him.... [It] mirrors a time in our past and an image we had of ourselves as perhaps no other composer has done quite so precisely." - New York Post
"A rare evening. Funny and memorable." - WNBC