Hey pallies, likes the provocative proverbial quire often heard 'round these Dino-parts is "Where will our most beloved Dino turn up next?" It is always always so so fantastically fascinatin' to discover our Dino makin' the scene in places and spaces, let us say, that we ain't normally associatin' with our King of Cool.
Case in point pallies would be today's Dino-postin' from the blog, "OffOff Online - what's on on off-off - Your comprehensive resource for New York City Off Off Broadway theater listing, reviews, and more." We gotta 'fess up that when our google Dino-blog searchin' took us to this theatre blog and we found the post "Dean Martin at Cafe Verona" we were positively psyched to see our Dino's croons bein' featured in a recent off off Broadway production of Mr. William Shakesphere's "The Two Gentlemen of Verona,"
The post scribed by Miss Karen Ebenezer, brought the hugest of huge Dino-buddha grins to our faces when we discovered that croons of the coolest dude to ever walk our planet were featured with the powerful prose of the greatest playwright to ever put words to pen. Dino and Shakesphere sharin' the same bill....playbill that it....likes how awesomely amazin' is that dudes?!?!?!
As Miss Ebenezer scribes....."The setting itself is unabashedly Italian, and Dean Martin’s lilting voice is a constant refrain between scene changes. Perhaps “That’s Amore” too neatly captures the senseless scrappiness of love; it’s one of those songs that play on a loop in your head." It simply makes us prouder then proud to be known as Dino-holics, and it is more proof positive that our Dino transcends all ages and stages, all types and stripes!
We salute Miss Karen Ebenezer for her well written words of review of this production and to the all the folks associated with the play for their wisest of wise choice of usin' Dino-croons in this way. Likes to checks this out in it's original format, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report.
Dino-always, ever, and only, DMP
Dean Martin at Cafe Verona
Posted on June 4, 2015 by Karen Ebenezer