Yael Rasooly

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Yael Rasooly

Laurie Beechman Theatre, NYC, June 5, 2018

Reviewed by Ron Forman for Cabaret Scenes

Yael Rasooly

Whether singing in English, French, Hebrew, or Yiddish, Yael Rasooly is a vibrant, dynamic, and engaging stage presence. Her voice is strong and her Edith Piaf-like sound can reach the heights. Her facial expressions and movement make it virtually impossible to take your eyes off her. She is joined by a true master of the accordion, Iliya Magalnyk. His solo numbers and accompaniment brought frequent cheers.

Magalnyk opened the show with a solo performance of “Domino.

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” Rasooly walked towards the stage singing “La Vie en rose,” slowly at first, but sped up when she hit the stage.

She sang the Yiddish song “I Love You Much Too Much” (“Ich Hob Dich Tzufil Lieb”) dramatically in Yiddish and, in a light and fluffy manner, in English. She performed two other songs associated with Piaf: “Padam padam” which had  her singing “Padam, padam, padam” to mimic the music of the waltz; and a very dramatic ”Non, je ne regrette rien.

” Magalnyk’s virtuoso performance of “L’Accordeoniste” stopped the show. Rasooly’s ability to make sounds imitating a telephone produced lots of laughter on “Busy Line.” She explained the lyric of another Piaf selection, “La Foule” before dramatically performing this song of love found and then lost, as her closing number. Her encore was a lively “Bei Mir Bist Du Shon.

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Ron Forman

Ron Forman has been a Mathematics Professor at Kingsborough Community College for 45 years. In that time, he has managed to branch out in many different areas. From 1977 to 1994 he was co-owner of Comics Unlimited, the third largest comic book distribution company in the USA. In 1999,after a lifetime of secretly wanting to do a radio program, he began his weekly Sweet Sounds program on WKRB 90.3 FM, dedicated to keeping the music of the Great American Songbook alive and accessible. This introduced him to the world of cabaret, which led to his position as a reviewer for Cabaret Scenes.