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In these difficult times, a little comfort food for the heart, soul and spirit couldn’t hurt. There is no denying that the 1960s all-woman rock revue, “Beehive,” is a comfort food buffet. It more than satisfied a near-capacity audience of senior citizens at a recent matinee at the Mac-Haydn Theatre where the show is running through Oct. 2 in rotating rep with the Kander and Ebb revue, “The World Goes ‘Round.”
The colored lights begin spinning early and never stop in director-choreographer Robin Campbell’s deliciously entertaining production of "The World Goes 'Round," a revue of the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb, that is playing in rotating repertory with "Beehive" through Oct. 3 at the Mac-Haydn Theatre.
The plot of “She Loves Me” might seem familiar and that's because it's based on Hungarian playwright Miklós László’s 1937 comedy, “Parfumerie,” which also is the source of two Hollywood rom-coms — the 1940 “The Shop Around the Corner” with James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan, and 1998’s “You’ve Got Mail” with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.