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A “Bright Star” is shining over San Francisco’s Curran Theatre, casting a warming glow over the city with its rich brew of Americana, bluegrass and nostalgia. Banjos and fiddles aren’t the only instruments plucked rather hard by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s unabashedly sentimental new musical. Heart strings get tugged on something fierce as this 1920s North Carolina yarn unfurls in bluegrass harmonies and tear-stained melodies. The soul of the musical is Carmen Cusack’s incandescent turn as the rebellious Alice, a free spirit with a Cheshire Cat grin and a keen mind who falls into love and trouble with the son of the mayor of her hometown of Zebulon. Her brush with the brash Jimmy Ray Dobbs (the suitably dashing Patrick Cummings) will shadow her the rest of her life. The electric chemistry between Cusack and Cummings gives these courtship scenes a depth charge of zing.

In fact Cusack, who earned a Tony nomination for her Broadway debut in this production, seems lit from within throughout the show, She elevates this effervescent piece, adding depth to sometimes flat lyrics and burnishing every melody to a fine sheen with her delicate twang, The actress also magically transforms from the giddiness of youth to the stiffness of middle age with a simple fluttering change of dress, The musical dances back and forth in time so we meet the older Alice, sharper than ever but also bruised french ballet shoes ballerina en pointe dance wall decor art printable digital download for iron on transfer fabric pillows tea by life, before the younger one, She has become the hard-nosed editor of a Southern literary magazine, There she encounters Billy Cane (A.J, Shively), a fresh-faced GI just back from World War II, eager to become a writer, They turn out to have a bond that goes beyond a love of fiction..

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