Shows and demos
Paul and Rochelle’s shows feature songs spanning multiple genres, from beloved standards found in the Great American Songbook and musical theater to more contemporary styles and even operetta. “Unsung gems” and unique novelty numbers are also a hallmark of their presentations.
Paul and Rochelle at the Movies
Some of our most beloved songs were originally written for the screen. Selections include The Trolley Song, The Boy Next Door, A Gal in Calico, Hooray For Hollywood, Gigi, Two for the Road, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, and A Fine Romance.
Life Is... looks at at life's ups and downs as interpreted through such classic numbers as The Best Things in Life are Free, Easy Living, That's Life, Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries, Here's to Life, Sondheim's Being Alive, the Beatles' In My LIfe, and many more.
Gems by Jule: Selections from the Jule Styne Songbook features a sampling of this immensely prolific composers's output spanning over seven decades. Included are hits from his days writing for movies (It's Magic, Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry, I've Heard That Song Before), Broadway (Just in Time, Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend), and television (Never, Neverland).
Fine and Dandy: The Ladies of Tin Pan Alley highlights the music and lyrics of the women who made major contributions to this incredibly fruitful era of songwriting. Informational tidbits are intertwined with tuneful favorites by Kay Swift , (Can't We be Friends?), Dana Suesse (You Ought to Be in Pictures), Ann Ronell (Willow, Weep for Me), Dorothy Fields (The Sunny Side of the Street) and many more.
Let's Get Away From it All explores the pleasures, frustrations, and rewards of hitting the road. This exhilarating journey through song includes great standards (Route 66, I Love Paris), humorous numbers (Why do the Wrong People Travel?), and wistful ballads (Leaving on a Jet Plane, I’m Travelin’ Light).
All at Sea: Songs on the Theme of Water mines the vast repertoire of music inspired by oceans, rivers, boats, ships, and our relationship to the aqueous world around us. From soul-searing torch songs (Cry Me a River) to timeless folk ballads (The Water is Wide) and more contemporary selections (Under the Sea), Rochelle and Paul cover a wide range of musical styles and traditions.
Jerry, George and Jack: Celebrating the music of Jerry Bock, George David Weiss, and Jack Lawrence
These 3 long-lived songwriters left us with a treasure trove of classics, including If I Were a Rich Man and Sunrise, Sunset (Bock); All, or Nothing at All (Lawrence) and What a Wonderful World (Weiss). These numbers and many more are featured, along with information on their careers and accomplishments.