The Best is Yet to Come

Archived Show


Produced by:
Rubicon Theatre Company
May 18 - July 03, 2011
Run Time:
0 Hour, 0 Minute
Showing in Theater

Show Info

Music by: Cy Coleman
Devised and Directed by: David Zippel
Lyrics by: Alan & Marilyn Bergman, Betty Comden & Adolph Green, Dorothy Fields, Ira Gasman, Carolyn Leigh, Michael Stewart and David Zippel
Musical Direction and Arrangements by: Billy Stritch 
Choreography by: Lorin Latarro

A musical tribute to one of the giants of Broadway, jazz and popular music, this dazzling musical extravaganza is an exhilarating celebration of a larger-than-life talent, a larger-than-life personality and one of the most generous men in the history of music. 

The Best Is Yet To Come is a thrilling moment in 59E59's short history - a Broadway-class musical revue with a Broadway-class cast - directed by one of Broadway's most talented lyricists, David Zippel. Truly a night to remember!

Photo Caption: The Best is Yet to Come
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: The Best is Yet to Come
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: The Best is Yet to Come
Photo: Carol Rosegg
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Producing Company

Rubicon Theatre Company

Rubicon Theatre Company is a not-for-profit, professional regional theatre company whose mission is to entertain, enrich and educate the region’s residents and visitors through the production of innovative professional theatrical productions, festivals, special events and education programs.

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"Finger-snapping, hard charging, shiny-looking revue!" - Charles Isherwood, New York Times 

"Superlative - The Best is Yet to Come is quite monolithically charming. In 85, all-too-brief, uninterrupted minutes, it spreads more joy than most Broadway Musicals!" - John Simon, Westchester Guardian 

"Zippel's cast brings out the joy and power of these gems brilliantly - there's no more entertaining show in town!" - Howard Kissel, Huffington Post 

"A new definition of joy - check your troubles at the door and get ready for bliss! Join the ovation for the happiest show in town!" - Rex Reed, The New York Observer