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"I don't know what the hell that was, but I f*$&ing loved it!" --recent Poetry/Cabaret audience member In this “variety salon,” a multi-genre evening of emotional whiplash, the coffeehouse meets the cabaret as “Poetry/Cabaret” (Time Out NY-recommended) once again brings together poets and performers in a face-paced night of stimulating variations on a theme. The second episode of the season, “SEASONED”, billed as a “non-holiday holiday” show, explores a wide range of experiences associated with this time of year—Feeling spicy? Seen…Find out more »
The Marvelous Mr. Marzo is a comedic musical journey based on the fallout of a DNA test. To say the results were a surprise would be an understatement. Family secrets that were taken to the grave had been revealed! What happens when a married woman bares and raises children, by other men, unbeknownst to her husband? Written by Joey Virgo, Directed by Mark Corpron, Music Director/Piano Brad Ross, Marco Panascia on bass, David Ashton on woodwinds Doors open 30 minutes…Find out more »
Liora Michelle brings her critically acclaimed cabaret debut show back for a last encore night after 3 sold out shows in spring. Liora brings an amazing mix of beloved composers and inspirations, spanning decades, styles, languages, for a seriously greedy party. Direction by multi-award winning, Lennie Watts Musical direction and on piano, Bill Zeffiro Cabaret Scenes said this: https://cabaretscenes.org/2019/01/18/liora-michelle-the-greedy-soprano/ Nominated for Best Cabaret Debut by Broadway World!Find out more »
After decades of showing off in the opera and classical singing world, Regina Zona is ready to begin her exciting SECOND ACT as a Cabaret Artist. “Becoming…the Queen: When One Coronation is a Lifetime is Not Enough” is an epic show that showcases every style from opera to Broadway to jazz and takes the audience on a journey right through Regina’s life as an opera Diva (specifically the iconic Queen of the Night), her secret desire to be a Fosse…Find out more »
Photo Credit: Eric Stephen Jacobs FRIDAY, DECMEBER 13th @ 8:00 pm A “HEP” HAPPY HOLIDAY! MAUREEN’S JAZZ CELLAR 2 N Broadway, Nyack – Reservations: 845-535-3143 www.maureensjazzcellar.com Cover Charge: $20.00 / No minimum - food and drink available After 25 years of working together, it's amazing that this will be Sue's first Christmas show with Musical Director Gregory Toroian! This show will be jazzy, funny and poignant with a few traditional holiday and sacred tunes thrown in! Special guest: Deborah Stone. Featuring:…Find out more »
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 @ 4:00 pm - Celebrate the season with songs by Irving Berlin, Hugh Martin, Amy Grant, Alfred Burt, Jay Livingston, Rob Thomas, Peggy Lee and more! Kati Neiheisel with Linda Jackson, Janice McCune, musical director Gregory Toroian on piano, Skip Ward on bass, David Silliman on drums, directed by Geoffrey Stoner. Don’t Tell Mama - 343 West 46th Street (Between 8th & 9th) Reservations: 212-757-0788 (Call after 4:00 pm) or on-line at: www.DontTellMamanyc.com - $20.00 Cover ($15.00 MAC) / 2-drink Minimum…Find out more »
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15th @ 1:00 pm MATSUKI PRODUCTIONS & URBAN STAGES PRESENTS WINTER RHYTHMS – THE LEGENDS SHOW: EYDIE GORME (Patti Bottino-Bravo), ARETHA FRANKLIN (Amorika Amoroso) & MARGARET WHITING (Kathy Kaefer) Patti Bottino-Bravo Amorika Amarosa Kathy Kaefer Urban Stages – 259 W. 30th Street – RESERVATIONS: 866-811-4111 For more information on this entire series, or to book your tickets on- line, please visit: www.UrbanStages.org I am producing a show to present some of the most impressive women and singers that…Find out more »
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19th @ 9:00 pm – FINAL PERFORMANCE! URBAN STAGES WINTER RHYTHMS SUE MATSUKI in HOW'S THAT FOR OPENERS? (A Show of Opening Numbers!) Featuring: Gregory Toroian, Tom Hubbard (bass) and Ron Tierno (drums) Urban Stages – 259 W. 30th Street – RESERVATIONS: 866-811-4111 For more information on this entire series, or to book your tickets on-line, please visit: www.UrbanStages.org Sue first Cabaret performance at Don’t Tell Mama was on Tuesday, September 16, 1986 in the original room...33 years…Find out more »
Liora is thrilled to bring back for one more encore night, after a sold-out 5-show run of her critically acclaimed NYC Cabaret Debut show, The Greedy Soprano. The incomparable Lennie Watts directs and the likewise multi-award winning Bill Zeffiro musical-directs and rightfully shows off from the piano. Liora and Bill take the crowd on a journey of feelings and musical genres, languages, decades, composers. They're thrilled to be bringing it back once more!Find out more »
It's the Roaring 20s Again and Granny is back and Grander than ever! Rev. Mary returns with her All-Man Band in Granny's Blue-Mers: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll ... before 1950! Performance artist, Mary Elizabeth Micari, in the guise of "Rev. Mary," the bawdy blues singer of yesteryear equipped with her All-Man Band, returns in Granny's Blue-Mers: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll. In her grandest outing yet as the no-holes-barred blues singer, Rev. Mary offers up a cavalcade…Find out more »
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