Mike & Wells-2-cabaret-scenes-magazinea

Roslyn Kind: The Royal Room

| January 29, 2015

Roslyn Kind

The Royal Room, Palm Beach, FL, January 27, 2015

Reviewed by Jeffrey Bruce for Cabaret Scenes

Roslyn-Kind-ROyal-Room-Cabaret-Scenes-Magazine_212No more familial references. No more “Oh, isn’t she that kid sister?” remarks. Roslyn Kind has, truly, come into her own. Her opening night was, to put it mildly, revelatory.

Gorgeous to look at, with a magical voice to match, she had the audience at her entrance with “It’s a Beautiful Day.” She than took us on a lovely trip through The Beatles, Leonard Bernstein, Sergio Mendes, and the Bergmans, to name just a few in her hour-long set. Backed by Alex Rybeck on piano, Julie Jacobs on percussion and Paul Shewchuk on bass, Kind was able to pull off the near impossible: an intimacy that was warmly welcomed due to an adorable, sweet, slightly edgy personality, coupled with the confidence of a seasoned performer who knows where her gifts are.

So many highlights: “I Can Cook Too”; “All That Jazz”; “It Only Takes a Moment”; encoring with “Can You Read My Mind?” Kind showed a versatility of emotion, insight, and a superb understanding of everything she was enchanting us with.

She is only there through January 31st. What can I say? “Get thee to…The Royal Room!”

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Category: Cabaret Reviews, Florida, Florida Cabaret Reviews

Comments are closed.

Cabaret-Scenes-Magazine-Promo-Ad-April-7
Read previous post:
Wesla Whitfield and Mike Greensill: Harry Warren Songs

Society Cabaret met real cabaret royalty in the form of Mike Greensill and Wesla Whitfield.

Close