Some time between Canada and Texas, the comedy takes Collins and Evans back to the home turf of Los Angeles and their major claim to fame, "Dynasty." Originally written for Carol Channing and Mary Martin, "Legends!" has an especially prescient line that should bring down the house
: One of the dames opines that the other dame would sell her last bugle-bead dress if she could appear on "Dynasty" and learn "what witch doctor Joan Collins goes to to keep looking like that!"
As this tale opens, the college is about to close Pi Alpha Kappa (PAK) down but the good old frat boys want to bring down the house
with one final alcoholic bomb of a night, and the perfect excuse is Bret's 21st birthday.
The University of Miami has created a "Tumba La Casa" ("Bring Down The House
") school mark for a football game next month, and plans to unveil a more permanent Hispanic-themed mark in the spring.
She was partnered by soloist Giuseppe Picone, charmingly raffish as her pirate prince; Jose Manuel Carreno brought an exoticism to his slave, Ali, that couldn't be matched, although in subsequent performances both Corella and Picone threatened to bring down the house
when they danced that role.
It's entirely possible that the misadventure of some other financial institution will bring down the house