TheatreJones Reviews “A Magical Evening”

There is something quite beguiling about cabaret theater: the intimate setting, the twinkling lights, the occasional sound of a clinking champagne glass, the mood of expectancy. All this means nothing, however, if the actual show does not deliver.

And deliver it did Saturday night in the famous Venetian Room at The Fairmont Hotel. “Mistletoe Magic” whisked us back to a vanishing era of glamor and sophistication, with dancers from Bruce Wood Dance Project, guest singers Elizabeth Stanley and Jason Graae from New York, and a jazz combo. From the minute the curtain opened with dancers and singers languidly sitting on rows of chairs—a head tilted, a leg shooting out, a torso twisted—with the musicians at the background—you knew you were going to be swept into something special…

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