Review: ‘After Midnight’ celebrates thrilling jazz

November 3, 2013 • Entertainment

This undated photo released by O&M Co. shows, from left, Rosena M. Hill Jackson, Bryonha Marie Parham, and Carmen Ruby Floyd, in Broadway’s “After Midnight,” in New York. (AP Photo/O&M Co., Matthew Murphy)

NEW YORK (AP) — There are few things that bring smiles to even the most jaded faces — balloons, blaring trumpets and tap dancers. A new Broadway revue has two — no, make that all three — so no wonder it leaves you feeling lighter than air.

“After Midnight,” a candy sampler of some two dozen musical numbers that showcase dance, jazz or singing, opened Sunday at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre led by musical genius Wynton Marsalis, an endearing Dule Hill as its host and a thrilling guest singer in Fantasia Barrino.

The show, which first surfaced in Login to read more

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