“LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” review by Israeli journalist and Theater Critic Chaim Noy:

“LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” review by Theater Critic Elad Naim , The Marker:

“LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” review by critic Eli Leon:

“LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” review by Theater Critic Michal Ben David :

Click here to read the review of "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv" , written by Habama's Theater Critic Michal Ben David.

"On behalf of Jackie, our Convenor, and the English
Speaking branch of the Association for the Wellbeing of
Israel's Soldiers

I want to thank you, and your wonderful ensemble,
for an outstanding "BROADWAY & ALL THAT JAZZ" evening
last Thursday.

It certainly was one of our most successful fundraising
events. All monies raised from the evening will go directly
to a much-needed project at Bet Goldmuntz -
a facility utilised by thousands of our soldiers every week.

We are grateful for your cooperation on this project
and we look forward to seeing you again in the not too
distant future.


(Ruth , A.W.I.S)

"Isaac Sutton is a bass-baritone singer with a beautifully rare
voice and I'm sure he stands one level above the vocal singers
in the country - with professionalism , diction , presentation
and voice quality".

(The city journal , Israel)

"An evening presented with great love and bursting talent…deep
and moving voice…extraordinary piano playing. A very enjoyable
evening with many magical moments that make you smile…"

("Stage" website , Israel)

"The show is special as it combines Hebrew , English , French
& Italian. Some songs are kept as is , while others were
translated with great care to details so that the magic of the
songs are well kept and the audience gets a wonderful Israeli
performance. Sutton was gifted with a beautiful powerful
instrument and he sure knows how to use it. The show emphasizes
the Jazz in Broadway and the Broadway in Jazz , original in
its numbers and arrangements and is very enjoyable to
the ears - Recommended!"

(Keren Rappaport , 'Thesis").


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