ScoBar Entertainment is proud to present IT’S TODAY! Karen Mason & Lee Roy Reams Sing Jerry Herman,for one performance only, Tuesday, May 31s tat 8:30pm at Iridium. They will be accompanied by award-winning Musical Director, ALEX RYBECK.
Love---or a reasonable facsimile. Or maybe just another shade of the red hot. Hearing their colorful ideas and hearing them perform in a private rehearsal increased my anticipation for rich-voiced singer Andrea Axelrod’s upcoming show that’s putting her in safe and skilled piano hands of Barry Levitt.
With the exception of Shuffle Along, which opened on The Great White Way not too long ago, there are not many places where a fan of the old-fashioned, rousing tap dancing musicals can turn. Fear not, tap fans: the crowds are jumping out of their seats
Elizabeth Sullivan came to the Metropolitan Room on Sunday afternoon, May 22, to grace the stage with her vocal talents and songwriting skills. Words like "grace," "gentleness" and "wisdom" come naturally in describing the lovely Mrs. Sullivan.
Don’t miss Jason Kravits (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) performing his improvisational nightclub act, OFF The TOP for the final time before he departs to tread the boards this summer at the Muny and the La Jolla Playhouse. You can catch him on June 6th
Minda Larsen, winner of the 2015 MetroStar Talent Challenge, begins a prime-time major engagement at the Metropolitan Room, 34 West 22nd Street. Directed by Marilyn Maye, the world premiere of “My Southern Song” the show runs for three performances: June 1,
WE’RE HAVING TWINS! and at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, 2015 double MAC (Best Male Vocalist, LaMott/Friedman Recording) and Bistro (Outstanding Recording) Award winner Stearns Matthews will team up with pianists/composers/arrangers and twin brothers Adam and Matt Podd
Back in early 2013, veteran cabaret performer and actress Barbara Porteus presented a show at Don’t Tell Mama called Up On The Roof, a celebratory recollection of her youth through adulthood, while spanning 40 years of pop music including Carol King and Joni Mitchell
A Life Behind Bars is Dan Ruth’s dark comic work of monologues and stories, fermented in over two decades of booze, bars and gentrification. Based on 20-plus years as a New York City actor-turned-bartender in Hell’s Kitchen, Brooklyn and beyond,
Alice Ripley, Nathan Lee Graham, Gay Marshall, Carol Lipnik, Rob Maitner and Gabrielle Stravelli have joined the cast of the sixth annual “Night Of A Thousand Judys” – the Pride concert to benefit The Ali Forney Center
Lauren Stanford portrays Helen Morgan in More Than You Know on May 22nd and June 5th, 2016 at 7:00pm at The Triad, 158 W 72nd Street. "A very special show: an intimate portrait of a star" ~Cabaret Scenes
In cabaret, just getting yourself and your act together can be a Herculean task if you’re you’re the new kid on the block or the returnee after a long absence while you had another career of family or were artistically and emotionally blocked.