Little Ham, a sharp comic musical based on the Harlem renaissance play by Langston Hughes. Written in a 1930s jazz idiom, Little Ham received raves from the New York Times and almost universal acclaim during its run at the Hudson Guild in 2002.
Coverage of Little Ham in the Village Voice.
- Tiny Lee and Jimmy lecture Sugar Lou, Louie's reluctant 'Doll', on how to break free from the gangster.
- Room for Improvement (romantic comedy song)
- Lucille consoles Leroy, the man she chose.
- Harlem You're My Girl (ballad)
- Ham serenades his favorite town and promises to save her
- Angels (gospel)
- Ham talks the Harlemites into striking back at Louie 'the Nail'
- Wastin' Time
- Ham and Tiny discuss their future life without noses to the grindstone
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