In her regal cabaret debut, “Becoming … The Queen 2.0,” opera (and now cabaret) diva Regina Zona ruled the stage and conquered the hearts of her audience. This was the most splendid debut show I have ever had the privilege of attending: confident, sparkling, personal, and a triumph from start to finish.Read More
Author: Jennie Litt
What does a triple threat do when her professional dancing days are over? In Deborah Stone’s case, she creates a love-letter of a show to the dancer that she was, highlighting her graceful acting skills and her resonant, clarinet-like mix.Read More
British import Daniel Cainer’s one-man show, “Gefilte Fish & Chips,” drew a capactiy crowd to Urban Stages to revel in the humor and humanity of his stories-in-song about four generations of his Jewish family in England. As well as performing the show, Cainer wrote and composed it, and functioned as his own one-man tech crew and orchestra.Read More
Rev. Mary is an edgy, rollicking, big-voiced entertainer who has made a specialty of mining the 20th century songbook for tunes about the taboo. In “I’m SOOO High!: Rev. Mary’s Reefer Revue,” the Rev. (Mary Elizabeth Micari in real life) and her All-Man Band revived obscure blues numbers celebrating jazz cabbage—you know, jive? Catnip? Tea? Mary Jane?—with raucous good humor.Read More
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