Ain't Misbehavin'

Ain’t Misbehavin’ is an extraordinary musical because it encompasses 30 show-stopping musical numbers that take you on a journey not only through the Fats Waller song book but through Harlem in its heyday. With snazzy period costumes, complete with bowlers and spats and ermine and pearls, the dynamic five member cast and a six piece band turn the theatre into a rollicking rent party. Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a night of entertainment that audiences young and old will never forget.

When Ain’t Misbehavin’ opened on Broadway, it made history by winning every Tony award, including best musical “the opening night audience almost knocked the roof with cheers,” reported William Glover in the Associated Press. Time magazine called it a “Stompin, ‘struttin,’ ‘highhattin’ smash and Clive Barnes predicted Ain’t Misbehavin’ will be “A joyous celebration that is going to cross the world.” Well, that time is now, with an exciting new production of this award winning musical.


“This show has all kinds of pizzaz!!  The cast had the audience in the palm of their hand, from the very opening number until the last rousing song, bringing the audience to their feet!  Thanks to this very talented cast for a memorable night with the music of Fats Waller!” - Pat Alford, Ned R. McWherter West TN Cultural Arts Center

“I wanted to let you know how much our audience enjoyed the performance of Ain’t Misbehavin’.  The audience particularly enjoyed the hilarious songs such as “Your Feets too Big” which included randomly chosen audience members. 
The show was packed with fabulous songs and humor and the cast was outstanding! I would highly recommend this show to any presenting theater without reservation. Thank you again.” -Lousiana State University
“The show was as promised, an exuberant, rollicking party. The cast and crew were most flexible and easy to work with. Everyone in the cast were first rate performers and musicans." -Athen Area Council for the Arts

“A Joyous celebration that is going to cross the world” –Time Magazine

“It was a Broadway show exploding with music and laughter, high voltage electricity, and dazzling showmanship” –Centerstage


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