New York, NY, September 16, 2014. MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) nominee Jim Speake, the loveable actor-singer who hails from Alabama, has a certain charm that has his audiences wanting to see him more than they already do! And they will very soon, when Jim brings back the acclaimed show "I'm a Brass Band, Jim Speake Sings Cy Coleman at the Duplex" for two more performances.
ScoBar Entertainment is proud to announce Hilary Kole's return to the Iridium stage Tuesday, October 9th with sets at 8:00 and 10:00PM. Vocalist Hilary Kole's current release "You Are There," (Justin Time/JVC Japan) is a compilation of piano and vocal duets with some of the greatest artists in the history of jazz piano including Dave Brubeck, the late Hank Jones and many more.
Bobbie Horowitz is an award winning songwriter/performer and a producer of theater & cabaret. She's worked with people of different nationalities, religions, skin colors and customs. She loved working with all of them – and noticed that coming from different backgrounds didn't keep performers from hugging and helping each other.
The epitome of wit and sophistication, Sir Noel Coward's storied career spanned more than half a century. In Man About Town, award-winning cabaret artist Eric Michael Gillett focuses on the music and lyrics of the man known as the Master. After acclaimed evenings dedicated to Harold Arlen, Stephen Sondheim, Craig Carnelia, Lorenz Hart, and his revue in development,
Frank Sinatra is the most beloved and admired singer of our lifetime. He sold 150 million records and won 11 Grammy Awards, but that hardly begins to tell his story. 54 Below will honor Francis Albert Sinatra with an extraordinary evening of his most famous hits from throughout his career. The concert will offer Sinatra's early songs like "All or Nothing at All" and "I'll Never Smile Again," mid-career hits like "In the Wee Small Hours" and "Come Fly With Me,"
Nicky Gayner's Empty Nest. An uplifting musical cabaret about life after the children have flown the nest.
Empty Nest takes the audience on a mother's voyage of rediscovery, weaving together the joys and trials of raising a child and examining the future a woman faces after her children have left home.
The Broadway at Birdland concert series is proud to present a Very Special Jamie deRoy & friends on Monday, September 22 at 7pm. The one-night-only event will benefit the Actors Fund. Jamie's special guests will include Joy Behar ("The View," The Food Chain), Stephanie J. Block (Wicked, The Mystery of Edwin Drood)
New York: Multi-award winning singer Marcus Simeone will return to his cabaret roots at Don't Tell Mama (where he made his cabaret debut in 2001) for five special shows: September 20, October 5 and 18th, November 22 and December 20.
It may be Scott Siegel's Birthday – But you get the presents! Come to Scott Siegel's Broadway (Birthday) Ballyhoo Thursday, September 25th at 9:30PM at 54 Below. Everybody gets at least one gift – Plus lots of additional great prizes! Special show celebrating Producer/Host Scott Siegel's
Bistro and MAC Award winning popular cabaret artist and comedienne Georga Osborne returns to the stage after a 10-year hiatus in a brand new one-woman show, "back" at Don't Tell Mama! Featuring an eclectic mix of music from Aretha to Winwood and Ahrens & Flaherty
Sheila Jordan will be honored at the Metropolitan Room in NYC on November 11th at 7pm in conjunction with the release of Jazz Child: A Portrait of Sheila Jordan by Ellen Johnson (the first complete biography of this legendary singer's life). This tribute also serves as the kick-off
When Lee Summers arrived in New York from Nashville at 20, his story mirrored so many others. He settled in with a friend in the Village with no more than $400 in the bank and a dream of making a name for himself in the theater. Within months, he booked the first show he auditioned for, The Peanut Man
Cabaret warhorse Rick Ritzel pays homage to Broadway legend Elaine Stritch in a hilarious and poignant evening of nonstop fun. From Angel in the Wings to A Little Night Music, Elaine Stitch has introduced and covered some of the greatest songs of the 20th Century.
Jeff Goldblum knows how to work a crowd. Prior to the official start of his jazz-infused cabaret show at the Café Carlyle, he is up on the stage sharing anecdotes from his film career and quizzing the audience on movie trivia. On opening night, he interacted with some of the celebrities in the audience,
Peter Cincotti, singer-songwriter-pianist and native New Yorker, began playing piano at the age of three. By the age of 18 he was being called "one of the most promising singer-pianists of the next generation" by the New York Times.