Betty Buckley in Hello, Dolly!

Betty Buckley is making matches right and left while earning ovation after ovation as only a Broadway legend can in the 10-Tony-award-winning 1964 classic Hello, Dolly!, now paying L.A. a three-week visit to Hollywood’s Pantages.

Taking the best of Thornton Wilder’s The Matchmaker, Michael Stewart’s sparklingly funny book stirs in over a dozen now-classic Jerry Herman show tunes, a mix that gets seasoned with one toe-tapping, high-kicking production number after another, all of the above adding up to a musical that remains fresh and new more than half-a-century after Carol Channing sashayed down the Harmonia Gardens staircase, a restaurantful of red-jacketed waiters welcoming her back where she belonged.

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