and the world goes round


And the World Goes 'Round, Music by John Kander,
Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Musical Direction by Joshua Eli Kranz, NoHo Arts Center, No. Hollywood, CA
February 1, 2013-March 19, 2013


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What People Said...

… musical direction by the incredibly talented Joshua Eli Kranz … Joshua Eli Kranz plays a mean piano as well as sings a few songs
(well I must add).

– Robert Machray's Reviews

"Musical director /piano accompanist Joshua Eli Kranz becomes integral to the show, kicking things off with a clever prologue, and crooning the title song to the revue at the piano. … Kranz' mellow(er) rendition is enjoyable, … occasionally joins the cast in other numbers from his perch at the piano. He … provides excellent backup for the singers, bringing plenty pizzazz and variety."
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– And the World Goes 'Round by Les Spindle, EDGE Contributor, Wednesday Feb 6, 2013

I've rarely seen such an engaged, happy audience, ... And the uber-talented cast … with Musical Director Joshua Eli Kranz (who also sings in the show)… seems like they've been performing together for years!"
"I have to give mad props to Joshua, who played the piano for the entire time!!! OMG! Since one song flowed into the next, there were no breaks, except for intermission. I don't know how he did it. …

– Karin Salkin's Hollywood It's Not About Me

With vibrant musical direction from virtuoso pianist Joshua Eli Kranz …"
– Don Grigware - Grigware Reviews, Friday, February 1, 2013

"Cast and Crew Have Struck Gold With "And The World Goes 'Round." … superb talent that belongs on the stages of Manhattan. The show starts out with gifted singer/musician/musical director Joshua Eli Kranz, as he strolls out on stage, looking like he's just stepped off the silver screen from the Rat Pack Era. He opens the show singing the title song, "And The World Goes 'Round". He's young, talented and has a stage presence that stays with you. … he and the drummer… never miss a beat as they lay the foundation for the remaining 5 players."
– By Deborah Dodge on February 13. 2013 - BurbankNBeyond

"… there are James' 'I Don't Remember You' and Kranz's 'Sometimes A Day Goes By' sung in heartbreaking counterpoint...
– Steven Stanley
February 2, 2013 - STEVEN STANLEY'S STAGESCENELA.COM: Spotlighting the Best in Southern California Theater

"… Yesterday I saw one of the best intimate-productions I've ever seen in Los Angeles. What there is, is absolutely mesmerizing
and impressive; … really crisp musical direction with tight 5 part harmonies." I am still in awe and those of you who know me,
know I do not rave often!

– Joe Symon
Los Angeles composer/lyricist