The appealing duo Andrew Lupp and Summer Naomi Smart deliver a showstopping performance of "'S Wonderful," in director/choreographer Tammy Mader's buoyant revival of "My One and Only" for Marriott Theatre.
Andrew Lupp, Chicago's answer to Fred Astaire, plays Capt. Bill, a Texas hayseed who transforms himself into a suave sophisticate in Marriott Theatre's revival of the jukebox musical "My One and Only."
Tammy Mader's exuberant choreography takes center stage in Marriott Theatre's "My One and Only."
The winsome Summer Naomi Smart stars as Edythe Herbert, an English Channel swimmer turned celebrity, in the Gershwin jukebox musical "My One and Only" at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire.
Andrew Lupp, left, and Ted Louis Levy match each other step-for-step in the terrific titular number from Marriott Theatre's "My One and Only."
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You can hardly blame folks for humming a Gershwin tune or breaking into a time step as they leave a performance of “My One and Only.” Marriott Theatre's infectious revival of the 1983 jukebox musical is just that good. A terrific score, ebullient choreography from Tammy Mader and first-class singing and tapping from Andrew Lupp and Summer Naomi Smart compensate for a flimsy story, making Marriott Theatre's "My One and Only" worth seeing.