Entertainment Over the River: Basie, Two River

This week, in the Navesink River in Middletown, Red Bank theater offers many options for entertainment for their money.

Continuous period of August Wilson classic, comedian sick and tired, and the Heart of doo-wop, there is something for everyone.

He found career success as an actor, writer and producer, but for Wanda Sykes, always in the taxi to the humor. On Thursday, the comedian who regularly finds humor in his own unbelief Count Basie to reach the stage of the show one night.

Sykes is recognized as a comic that takes more than a decade thanks in part, two HBO specials, writing credit to Chris Rock Show, the important role of the main features of Hollywood and television programs, including, recently, Fox night talk show, The Wanda Sykes Show.

The next night is the time Basie Bee Gees. Bobby Bandiera and the Jersey Shore magazine Rock-N-Soul is playing its recognition of bee combined GEE and its over 40 year career.

In general, Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb sold over 200 million albums worldwide, scored more than a couple of times, to determine the Top 40 Singles on the road.

What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day from Saturday show - OK, we realize Valentine's Day this year fell on Tuesday, but it is fun - with talented musicians perform all your favorite doo-wop song?

With Basie Saturday, six different activities to play a lot of doo-wop classic. Kenny Vance and the hope to find echoes Planotones and the Boardwalk Drifters Charlie Thomas, "among many others who shared the stage.

Monmouth Symphony Orchestra wraps weekend with Basie in the matinee performance of the Brahms Symphony No. 2: Academic Festival Overture and Schumann's Piano Concerto. Gerd Nowaczyk solo pianist played during the show too.

August Wilson continues his career in the Two River Theater low this week after the opening weekend of the public. Drama, part two of Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning series called 10-play Pittsburgh Cycle, a taxi driver without a license from some centers are rushing to make a living. A "slice of life" play, tells the story of ordinary people who want cheap make your way.

Running out of cheap Wednesday through Sunday, with a total of eight shows in five days.

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