Long a passionate believer in Cy Coleman’s passionate belief in jazz, Stritch jumps into the artist’s repertoire with “I’ve Got Your Number: the Jazz of Cy Coleman.” Yes, many theatergoers know him from his musicals (usually with Carolyn Leigh, Dorothy Fields, or Michael Stewart), but that’s not how he started out. Let’s hope he covers some early tunes the late man wrote with Joseph A. McCarthy, tune like “Why Try to Change Me Now,” which was recorded both by Fiona Apple and Frank Sinatra.
Mon., March 3, 7 p.m.; Mon., March 10, 7 p.m., 2014
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