Theatre Review: ‘Don’t Bother Me I Can’t Cope’ at The Paul Robeson Theatre
6 - Don't Bother Me I Can't Cope
It is the unexpected that is the most delightful. Last night at the Playhouse Theater a new musical came clapping, stomping and stamping in. It is fresh, fun and black. Now completely restaged and revamped, it has come uptown to the Playhouse Theater and it is zesty and fun, Miss Grant has produced what is almost the black equivalent of a flamenco show and it seems to be a mixture of a block party and a revival meeting.
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It was the first song written by George Harrison , the group's lead guitarist, to appear on one of their albums. An uptempo rock and roll song, it was originally released in the United States on the album Meet the Beatles! I was sick in bed — maybe that's why it turned out to be Don't Bother Me.