Jamie deRoy & friends presents Part Two of the concert celebrating The 25th Anniversary of Cabaret Scenes Magazine, American Songbook Association Fundraising concert that was held at NYC’s The Green Room 42 on Sunday, February 23, 2020. The sold-out crowd was treated to performances by many of those you have appeared on the cover of Cabaret Scenes over the years.

PART 2 of the concert will air on Sunday, June 7 at 7:30 PM on Spectrum Channel 56, RCN Channel 83, and Verizon FIOS Channel 34 (as well as on East Hampton LTV Channel 20 at a later date).

Appearing on Part 2 are Danny Bacher, Anita Gillette and Penny Fuller (with Paul Greenwood at the piano), Ruby Rims, Julie Gold, Stacy Sullivan and Tanya Holt. Daryl Kojak serves as Musical Director. 

About Jamie

Jamie is a show business tour de force — an award-winning producer; cabaret, stage, film and TV performer; recording artist/producer and humanitarian.

Jamie started out as a singer, opening for so many of comics, including Norm Crosby, Robert Klein and Joan Rivers. She morphed into a musical comedy performer and a talk show host (Cabaret Beat and then Jamie deRoy & friends, which has been on the air for 30 years! She has produced ten CDs, appeared on TV and in many films, most notably Goodfellas and See No Evil, Hear No Evil.

In 1995 she produced her first Off-Broadway show and has been producing on and Off-Broadway ever since. She has won seven Tony Awards® (The Ferryman, Angels in America, The Band’s Visit, Once on This Island, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, and The Norman Conquests),  six Drama Desk Awards, Numerous Outer Critics Circle Awards, four Audience Choice Awards, six Drama League Awards, eight MAC Awards, four Back Stage Bistro Awards, 13 Telly Awards and CaB Magazine’s Lifetime Achievement Award. She has been honored by Theatre Works/USA, Primary Stages, The Ruth Kurtzman Benefit Award and just last year, The Spirit of Achievement Award from Einstein College of Medicine.

She is a producer on Rick McKay’s documentary Broadway: The Golden Age. She was nominated for an Emmy Award for “The Biggest Little Operas in Town” for Channel 13/CityArts.