. .eschews Andrew Lloyd Webber-ish excess for a more jazzy, low-key
approach, with plot lines concerning real people with real issues. .
Particularly remarkable is [the authors'] ability to marry music
from several generations ago with themes and plot devices
that will hold the attention of a 2011 audience."
-- Dan Kunz, The Centre
Flamboyant radio talk show host Donna Corleone has always enjoyed the
support of her loyal Brooklyn-Italian listeners. But just as her family
advice show starts to founder, an old flame returns to the neighborhood,
seeking to buy out her station and come between Donna and her business
partners. Can Donna stop him? Can her wacky station crew save their
own jobs? Not before timeless bonds of loyalty and community have been
stretched to the limit -- and sometimes broken -- in this family-friendly
the end, it always comes back to a family. Always. And by a family,
I mean a group of people who lives by the rules I am telling you about.
That's how it is."
-- Donna Corleone, Dialing for Donna, WMFU, 86.2 FM