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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Mon/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Marissa Mulder Two Tickets Left

    Marissa Mulder Two Tickets Left

    6:30 pm-7:30 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    Wednesday, October 3rd 6:30pm at the Laurie Beechman Theatre- is the cd release show for my new album Two Tickets Left. The Laurie Beechman is located at 407 West 42nd street
    $20 cover charge/ $20 food and drink minimum
    For tickets call 212.352.3101 or visit https://m.ovationtix.com/pe.c/10326708 I can’t wait to see you. #nyc #singer #cdrelease #livemusic “Her choices of songs on her exquisite album are as instinctively right as her unaffected delivery, bolstered by the sensitive contributions of her musical compatriot Nate Buccieri on piano and back up vocals. Always, the emotional truth of whatever she sings is right there in front of you. Even when she’s telling someone else’s story, she makes it hers.” – Stephen Holden

    — at The Laurie Beechman Theatre.

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Mon/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Oct/Tue/2018

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

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  • The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Oct/Thu/2018

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

  • The Church Of The Alien Love Child Presents The Passion Of Rev. Yolanda

    The Church Of The Alien Love Child Presents The Passion Of Rev. Yolanda

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Thu/2018

    647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    The Passion of Rev. Yolanda comes to BRIC Oct 11 and 12

    The Church of the Alien Love Child Presents The Passion of Rev. Yolanda will have two concert stagings at a BricLab Residency this October (one of eight shows chosen from 425 submissions) Discover the 5 names, 5 lives, 5 deaths, and 5 resurrections of Rev. Yolanda, a trans-femme genderqueer interfaith music minister from Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

    Oct 11 and 12 @7pm
    @ BRIC
    647 Fulton St, BrooklynBook: Justin Anderson Taylor
    Lyrics: Rev. Yolanda Roger Anthony Mapes and Justin Anderson Taylor
    Music: Rev. Yolanda Roger Anthony Mapes
    Additional music and arrangement: Phil Carroll
    Further Additional Music: Eric Tipler
    Directed By Shaun Pekni
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  • The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    The 29th New York Cabaret Convention

    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

    10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

  • The Church Of The Alien Love Child Presents The Passion Of Rev. Yolanda

    The Church Of The Alien Love Child Presents The Passion Of Rev. Yolanda

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    The Passion of Rev. Yolanda comes to BRIC Oct 11 and 12

    The Church of the Alien Love Child Presents The Passion of Rev. Yolanda will have two concert stagings at a BricLab Residency this October (one of eight shows chosen from 425 submissions) Discover the 5 names, 5 lives, 5 deaths, and 5 resurrections of Rev. Yolanda, a trans-femme genderqueer interfaith music minister from Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

    Oct 11 and 12 @7pm
    @ BRIC
    647 Fulton St, BrooklynBook: Justin Anderson Taylor
    Lyrics: Rev. Yolanda Roger Anthony Mapes and Justin Anderson Taylor
    Music: Rev. Yolanda Roger Anthony Mapes
    Additional music and arrangement: Phil Carroll
    Further Additional Music: Eric Tipler
    Directed By Shaun Pekni
  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Willy Falk Mostly Love

    Willy Falk Mostly Love

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    No Food or Beverage Minimum — Full Food & Beverage Service (click to see menu)

    Willy Falk: Mostly Love..because most songs , and the best songs in the world, are about love. There will be numbers that range from Sara Bareilles to Irving Berlin to The Eagles. It is an evening of easy, tuneful music to sit back and enjoy. Audiences from a variety of musical tastes will enjoy Willy’s heartfelt interpretations. Willy Falk received a Tony© Award nomination for his portrayal of “Chris” in the original Broadway production of Miss Saigon.

    Other Broadway credits include Marilyn: An American fable, Les Miserables, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. He has appeared across the U.S. in A Little Night Music, A Chorus Line, Man of La Mancha, and Evita.among others. In the world of operas and concerts, he has sung with The Colorado Symphony, The Hawaii Opera Theatre, The Shreveport Opera, The Augusta Opera, Opera New Hampshire, The Acadiana Symphony, The National Orchestra of Lyon and the Lyrique-en-Mer Festival in France.

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Richard Skipper Celebrates The Abundant Life

    Richard Skipper Celebrates The Abundant Life

    1:00 pm-2:30 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

  • Meg Flather Back When We Were Beautiful

    Meg Flather Back When We Were Beautiful

    6:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

  • KT Sullivan & Mark Nadler Almost Like Being In Love

    KT Sullivan & Mark Nadler Almost Like Being In Love

    9:30 pm-10:30 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    An Evening of Alan Jay Lerner

    KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler is a duo that has been described by Stephen Holden in the New York Times as “Ferociously entertaining!”

    KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler reunite to celebrate the centenary of Alan Jay Lerner with their new show, Almost Like Being In Love. “If Ever I Would Leave You”, “Gigi” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” are just a few of the dozens of Lerner masterpieces represented in the show which received 5 out of 5 stars in The London Times.

    They have performed six shows at the famed Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel celebrating legendary songwriters, as well as creating nine other shows together including their hit off-Broadway Gershwin revue American Rhapsody.

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Mon/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Bobbie Horowitz It’s Just A Number

    Bobbie Horowitz It’s Just A Number

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Thu/2018

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

  • Shana Farr It’s Not Where You Start: The Songbook Of Barbara Cook

    Shana Farr It’s Not Where You Start: The Songbook Of Barbara Cook

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Thu/2018

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    It’s Not Where You Start: The Songbook of Barbara Cook, celebrates the legendary Broadway, concert and cabaret star Barbara Cook. It is a feast of vocal amazement and stellar interpretation, paying tribute to Cook with songs by Bernstein, Hammerstein, Sondheim and more. Displaying an intelligent and sophisticated approach to the material and with a polished elegance, Shana Farr brilliantly commands the stage and leads the audience on a journey from a young ingénue to a woman full of life experience.

  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Thu/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

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  • Kenneth Gartman When In Rome

    Kenneth Gartman When In Rome

    8:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    57 Main St, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA

    57 Main St, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA

     

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim

    Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim

    1:00 pm-2:00 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    2:00 pm-4:30 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

  • Robert H. Fowler & Tanya Holt Can We?

    Robert H. Fowler & Tanya Holt Can We?

    9:30 pm-10:30 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

     Food or Beverage Minimum — Full Food & Beverage Service (click to see menu)

    Have a question? The answers are here

     

    Robert H Fowler and Tanya Holt team up for their Green Room 42 debut in Can We. Known for their roles in The Producers, Beauty and The Beast, as well as, MAC and Bistro Award winners, Robert and Tanya have joined together to celebrate the release of their CD, Can We?, which is being very well received in the UK. Modestly, Can We? has had three singles in the Top 5 positions on various charts, including the official UK Soul Charts. With original songs from their CD, as well as, R&B classics, Robert and Tanya deliver an evening of classic soul. The musical chemistry between this duo is undeniable and infectious…this will be a night to remember.

  • More events
    • Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim
      Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim
      1:00 pm-2:00 pm
      Oct/Sat/2018
      343 West 46th St, NYC 10036
      343 West 46th St, NYC 10036
    • SPOOLIE GIRL
      SPOOLIE GIRL
      2:00 pm-4:30 pm
      Oct/Sat/2018
      339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036
      339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

      ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

      Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

      Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

      The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

      SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

      Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

      Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

      The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

      Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

      For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

    • SPOOLIE GIRL
      SPOOLIE GIRL
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      Oct/Sat/2018
      339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036
      339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

      ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

      Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

      Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

      The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

      SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

      Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

      Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

      The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

      Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

      For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

    • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista
      Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista
      8:00 pm-11:59 pm
      Oct/Sat/2018
      313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036
      313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

      Image result for bill zeffiro images

    • Robert H. Fowler & Tanya Holt Can We?
      Robert H. Fowler & Tanya Holt Can We?
      9:30 pm-10:30 pm
      Oct/Sat/2018
      570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036
      570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

       Food or Beverage Minimum — Full Food & Beverage Service (click to see menu)

      Have a question? The answers are here

       

      Robert H Fowler and Tanya Holt team up for their Green Room 42 debut in Can We. Known for their roles in The Producers, Beauty and The Beast, as well as, MAC and Bistro Award winners, Robert and Tanya have joined together to celebrate the release of their CD, Can We?, which is being very well received in the UK. Modestly, Can We? has had three singles in the Top 5 positions on various charts, including the official UK Soul Charts. With original songs from their CD, as well as, R&B classics, Robert and Tanya deliver an evening of classic soul. The musical chemistry between this duo is undeniable and infectious…this will be a night to remember.

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  • Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim

    Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim

    3:00 pm-4:00 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

  • Church With A 2-Drink Minimum

    Church With A 2-Drink Minimum

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    94 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009, USA

    94 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009, USA

    “CHURCH WITH A 2 DRINK MINIMUM”
    -Its Church-Its Trans-tastic Church Lady Realness-Its Brunch-Its not a parody! Sunday Oct 21, 3-5pm at Sidewalk Cafe 94 Ave A East Village NYC. www.yolanda.net/church
    This month we are fresh on the heels of my autobiographical musical “The Passion of Rev. Yolanda”… so our theme is PASSION!
    I’m thrilled to announce that my long time musical collaborator, Freddy Freeman aka Goldenheart and his wonderful husband Jay Freeman are my musical guests this month. Goldenheart is an amazing singer songwriter, producer of my cds Country Gospel Kirtan vols 1 & 2, and creator of Bearapalooza and Bear Your Soul!
    Also our regulars Doreen Younglove on vocals, Mercedes Herman Woman of Wisdom/Storyteller, Lady D*D* hostess with the mostess, and Rev. Glen Ganaway with the message.
    The love offering this month will go to Bearded Lady Productions LLC. Bearded Lady Productions produces all of Rev. Yolanda’s events and services. We provide Wednesday night Miracles study group, as well as workshops, speaking and singing engagements, events, weddings, funerals, baby blessings, and more. See details: www.BeardedLadyProductionsLLC.com

    Sunday, Oct 21, 3-5pm no reservations, no cover, 2 food or drink minimum, love offering taken, 94 Ave. A , East Village NYC at the Sidewalk Cafe.

    Join Rev. Yolanda (www.yolanda.net), Rev. Glen Ganaway (www.glenganaway.com), The Bearded Lady Band with special musical guests, as we sing together, laugh, have brunch and celebrate life with inspirational music and message. We are an Interfaith spiritual gathering- welcoming all paths and traditions. We will feature music from many walks of life and encourage you to sing a long- as well as feature original inspirational music by Rev. Yolanda and guests and be inspired with a wisdom message by Rev. Glen.

    Got Questions? Email: yolanda@yolanda.net

    See more at: www.yolanda.net/church

    and at: www.BeardedLadyProductionsLLC.com

  • Kenneth Gartman When In Rome

    Kenneth Gartman When In Rome

    3:00 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    57 Main St, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA

    57 Main St, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA

     

  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Sun/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

  • More events
    • Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim
      Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim
      3:00 pm-4:00 pm
      Oct/Sun/2018
      343 West 46th St, NYC 10036
      343 West 46th St, NYC 10036
    • Church With A 2-Drink Minimum
      Church With A 2-Drink Minimum
      3:00 pm-5:00 pm
      Oct/Sun/2018
      94 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009, USA
      94 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009, USA

      “CHURCH WITH A 2 DRINK MINIMUM”
      -Its Church-Its Trans-tastic Church Lady Realness-Its Brunch-Its not a parody! Sunday Oct 21, 3-5pm at Sidewalk Cafe 94 Ave A East Village NYC. www.yolanda.net/church
      This month we are fresh on the heels of my autobiographical musical “The Passion of Rev. Yolanda”… so our theme is PASSION!
      I’m thrilled to announce that my long time musical collaborator, Freddy Freeman aka Goldenheart and his wonderful husband Jay Freeman are my musical guests this month. Goldenheart is an amazing singer songwriter, producer of my cds Country Gospel Kirtan vols 1 & 2, and creator of Bearapalooza and Bear Your Soul!
      Also our regulars Doreen Younglove on vocals, Mercedes Herman Woman of Wisdom/Storyteller, Lady D*D* hostess with the mostess, and Rev. Glen Ganaway with the message.
      The love offering this month will go to Bearded Lady Productions LLC. Bearded Lady Productions produces all of Rev. Yolanda’s events and services. We provide Wednesday night Miracles study group, as well as workshops, speaking and singing engagements, events, weddings, funerals, baby blessings, and more. See details: www.BeardedLadyProductionsLLC.com

      Sunday, Oct 21, 3-5pm no reservations, no cover, 2 food or drink minimum, love offering taken, 94 Ave. A , East Village NYC at the Sidewalk Cafe.

      Join Rev. Yolanda (www.yolanda.net), Rev. Glen Ganaway (www.glenganaway.com), The Bearded Lady Band with special musical guests, as we sing together, laugh, have brunch and celebrate life with inspirational music and message. We are an Interfaith spiritual gathering- welcoming all paths and traditions. We will feature music from many walks of life and encourage you to sing a long- as well as feature original inspirational music by Rev. Yolanda and guests and be inspired with a wisdom message by Rev. Glen.

      Got Questions? Email: yolanda@yolanda.net

      See more at: www.yolanda.net/church

      and at: www.BeardedLadyProductionsLLC.com

    • Kenneth Gartman When In Rome
      Kenneth Gartman When In Rome
      3:00 pm
      Oct/Sun/2018
      57 Main St, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA
      57 Main St, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA

       

    • SPOOLIE GIRL
      SPOOLIE GIRL
      7:00 pm-9:30 pm
      Oct/Sun/2018
      339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036
      339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

      ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

      Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

      Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

      The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

      SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

      Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

      Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

      The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

      Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

      For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

22
  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Mon/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    Image result for bill zeffiro images

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  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    2:00 pm-4:30 pm
    Oct/Tue/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

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  • Kenneth Gartman When In Rome

    Kenneth Gartman When In Rome

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

    343 West 46th St, NYC 10036

     

  • Erin Wegner Brooks & Eva Kantor Flying Blind

    Erin Wegner Brooks & Eva Kantor Flying Blind

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    407 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    Join Erin Wegner Brooks and Eva Kantor on October 24th at 7pm at the Laurie Beechman theatre as they sing some songs and share some stories about navigating motherhood as an artist. — with Erin Wegner Brooks.

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

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  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Thu/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

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  • Ann Hampton Callaway Diva Power

    Ann Hampton Callaway Diva Power

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    254 W 54th St. Cellar, NYC 10019

    254 W 54th St. Cellar, NYC 10019

  • Ricky Ritzel’s Broadway

    Ricky Ritzel’s Broadway

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    343 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA 10036

    343 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA 10036

    Ricky Ritzel’s Broadway

    3-Time MAC Award-Winning Tribute To Broadway

    Musical Comedy with Ricky Ritzel at the piano

    Ensemble Cast

    $20.00 cover charge and a 2 drink minimum per person

    $15.00 cover charge and a 2 drink minimum per person MAC

    Cash Only

  • AMY BETH WILLIAMS GREAT LADIES, GREAT SONGS

    AMY BETH WILLIAMS GREAT LADIES, GREAT SONGS

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    343 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA 10036

    343 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA 10036

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Fri/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

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      Ricky Ritzel's Broadway
      7:00 pm-8:00 pm
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      343 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA 10036
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      Ricky Ritzel’s Broadway

      3-Time MAC Award-Winning Tribute To Broadway

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    • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista
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  • Kelli Rabke Feels Like Home

    Kelli Rabke Feels Like Home

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    570 Tenth Ave 4th Floor inside YOTEL New York, NY 10036

    “Kelli’s talent is much bigger than just being a great singer. She is a storyteller, and she effortlessly brings audience members on a journey with every song” – M. Hartman

    Kelli Rabke, who was the “Narrator” in Broadway’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, “Eponine” in Les Miserables on Broadway, and “Yonah” in the American Premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s Children of Eden, makes her Green Room 42 debut in Feels Like Home. A deeply personal show, it traces her journey from stage to motherhood and back again, sprinkled with a healthy dose of humor and honesty. Featuring music from both the worlds of musical theatre and pop, it has everything from Laura Nyro to Sara Bareilles, from Working to Wicked, also including the iconic songs that were highlights in her career. Feels Like Home is a musical melting pot, performed by her phenomenal 6 piece band made up of some of the best, award-winning musicians that NYC has to offer. Join her for an unforgettable journey!

  • Marieann Meringolo at Pangea

    Marieann Meringolo at Pangea

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    178 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, USA

    178 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, USA

    “The music of the Bergmans,
    as movingly realized by Marieann Meringolo,
    transports us to a better and more ideal world.”
    -Will Friedwald
    TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
    PANGEA
    Saturday, October 27 at 7:00PM
    MAC, FRIENDS & FAMILY DISCOUNT PASSWORD:
    BERGMAN for $5 off cover charge

    LAST CHANCE TO SEE THIS
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    “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow:
    The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman”
    Saturday, October 27th

    7:00PM
    Dinner & Show
    DINNER SEATING BEGINS AT 6PM
    PANGEA, NYC
    Directed by Will Nunziata
    Musical Director/Arranger, Doyle Newmyer at the Piano,
    Josh Marcum on Bass. Come and see Marieann in this intimate downtown bohemian oasis. Seating is limited so make your reservations as soon as possible!

    Reserve here for PANGEA
    https://m.bpt.me/event/3614438
    MAC, FRIENDS & FAMILY DISCOUNT PASSWORD:
    BERGMAN for $5 off cover charge
    178 2nd Avenue (btw 11th & 12th), NYC
    212.995.0900

  • SPOOLIE GIRL

    SPOOLIE GIRL

    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    Oct/Sat/2018

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    339 W 47th St, New York, New York 10036

    ROSEMARY LOAR’S SPOOLIE GIRL—A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRACTURED ROCK FAIRY TALE—TO OPEN NINE-SHOW RUN AT ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER, OCTOBER 17

    Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

    Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

    The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

    SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

    Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

    The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

    Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

    For a 35% discount on tickets, use CODE SG35!

  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
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      “Kelli’s talent is much bigger than just being a great singer. She is a storyteller, and she effortlessly brings audience members on a journey with every song” – M. Hartman

      Kelli Rabke, who was the “Narrator” in Broadway’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, “Eponine” in Les Miserables on Broadway, and “Yonah” in the American Premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s Children of Eden, makes her Green Room 42 debut in Feels Like Home. A deeply personal show, it traces her journey from stage to motherhood and back again, sprinkled with a healthy dose of humor and honesty. Featuring music from both the worlds of musical theatre and pop, it has everything from Laura Nyro to Sara Bareilles, from Working to Wicked, also including the iconic songs that were highlights in her career. Feels Like Home is a musical melting pot, performed by her phenomenal 6 piece band made up of some of the best, award-winning musicians that NYC has to offer. Join her for an unforgettable journey!

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      Josh Marcum on Bass. Come and see Marieann in this intimate downtown bohemian oasis. Seating is limited so make your reservations as soon as possible!

      Reserve here for PANGEA
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      MAC, FRIENDS & FAMILY DISCOUNT PASSWORD:
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    • SPOOLIE GIRL
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      7:00 pm-9:30 pm
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      Tickets at www.telechargeoffers.com. Use Code SG35 for 35% discount on tickets!

      Musical theater actor and Award-winning New York Cabaret performer Rosemary Loar is bringing her original musical SPOOLIE GIRL to the Actors Temple Theatre (339 W 47th St, New York) for a nine-show run from October 17-27. Loar, who wrote the music and lyrics, and co-wrote the book with her late husband Robert Atwood, calls the show “a family-friendly fractured rock fairy tale.” SPOOLIE GIRL is a suddenly orphaned eco-friendly teenager from Kenya who comes to New York City. Wearing magical curlers called “spoolies” in her hair, she is able to read people’s thoughts as songs, while navigating a world consisting of her narcissistic, fashionista Aunt, a Fairy Godmother (but way hipper), and a quirky neighbor who walks an invisible dog. And that’s her support group.

      The musical’s all-female cast includes: Kristy Cates [Bway-Wicked (Elephaba), Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory], who plays “Spoolie Girl’s” Aunt; Loar [Bway-Cats (Grizabella), Chess, Sunset Boulevard, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas], who plays Spoolie Girl’s “Fairy Rock Mother;” Claire Lilley (TV-Orange Is The New Black) as “Spoolie Girl;” Michiko Sasaki (Nat. Tour-Miss Saigon; Off-Bway-Romulus The Great; TV-Bull); Inga Ballard (Reg-Showboat, Nunsense, Hairspray, Finian’s Rainbow); Mollie Downes (Int. Tour-Legally Blonde; Reg-Damn Yankees, Hairspray, Urinetown); Raissa Katona Bennett [Bway-Phantom of the Opera (Christine); Nat. Tour-Cats, Parade]; and Antoinette DiPietropolo (Bway-The Grinch Who Stole Christmas; Nat. Tour-Annie), who is also serving as the show’s choreographer. Ensemble members include Allie Radice, Lilly Tobin, and Emily Briggs.

      SPOOLIE GIRL’S director is Jay Dunn, with lights by John Burkland, a set by Marina Mazzamuto, and sound design by Mark Henry. Musical director is Gary Shreiner and the band features Tomàs Doncker, Founder and CEO of True Groove Records on lead guitar, Chulo Gatewood on Bass, and Charlie Caldarola on drums. Producing is Jonatina Barksdale.

      Loar initially developed SPOOLIE GIRL in 2010 at The Yard Artist Residency in Martha’s Vineyard. The show’s first full staged-reading was in 2011 at New York Snapple Theatre Center under the auspices of Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab and Artistic Directors Bick Goss and Frank Evans. In the summer of 2012, with Karen Carpenter as director, SPOOLIE GIRL received the “Best of the Fest” Award for music and lyrics in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

      Loar says that she and Atwood conceived SPOOLIE GIRL as a sophisticated rock fairy tale that would combine a definite adult message with a sense of innocence and magic that would also appeal to children of all ages. “The inspiration for the musical came from a deep love of nature and the notion that we have over-stimulated ourselves with commercialism and artifice,” Loar explains. “It’s about the need and importance of having a family that you can love and that will love you. In this case, family is a community of people of all shapes, sizes, and colors; quirky, offbeat characters that populate the world of our heroine. SPOOLIE GIRL is a story with a lot of message—family, environment, social consciousness, and of course, the fun factor.”

      The SPOOLIE GIRL score is filled with up-tempo numbers, but Loar has also brought an “out there” component to many of the songs. “I find that I intuitively compose music that fits the zeitgeist of the story,” says Loar, who has written a number of original tunes for her CDs and cabaret shows, as well as the score for her other musical WATER FROM THE MOON. “The lead character in SPOOLIE GIRL was raised on a mission in Kenya so there is an African/world beat element in the score that evolves into high energy pop/rock as she makes the transition from an exotic and bucolic life to a New York world full of electricity and ambition.”

      Tickets for SPOOLIE GIRL at the Actors Temple Theatre are $59.00 and can be purchased at www.telechargeoffers.com.

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    • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista
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      8:00 pm-11:59 pm
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  • Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim

    Daryl Sings Steve Songs By Sondheim

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
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  • Eric Comstock at Birdland

    Eric Comstock at Birdland

    5:30 pm-6:30 pm
    Oct/Tue/2018

    315 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    315 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    Eric Comstock
    Saturday Oct 20, 2018

    Doors: 5:00 PM
    Show: 5:30 PM

    $30

    ERIC COMSTOCK

    “Smart, suave & utterly delightful … an ingenious musical wit … a dispenser of cabaret caviar.” – The New York Times

    “Erudite … an icon in the making.” – The New Yorker

    Hailed as “the truest heir to Bobby Short” in The New York Times, pianist/singer Eric Comstock returns to Birdland with star bassist/composer Sean Smith with songs by everyone from George Gershwin to George Harrison. These two masters met on the Off-Broadway hit OUR SINATRA (which Eric co-wrote), and have since worked separately and together around the world. Joining them at Birdland for a summer Saturday supper is a party where the music and stories are equally great.

    Eric Comstock is as entertaining as he is musically savvy, and an acknowledged champion of the pop, jazz & saloon songbooks. He has performed and recorded with some of the world’s finest musicians, including Andy Bey, Frank Wess, Peter Washington, Wycliffe Gordon, Matt Wilson, Ken Peplowski and Harry Allen. His most recent CD is “bitter/sweet”, on which he appears with star guitarist Randy Napoleon. As a performer/commentator, he has appeared on PBS, CNN, BBC and Radio France.

    Sean Smith has been an integral part of the international jazz scene for over 25 years, and has performed with Gerry Mulligan, Phil Woods, Benny Carter, Art Farmer, Flip Phillips, Clark Terry and many others. Also, a prolific composer, his works have been played and recorded by Phil Woods, Mark Murphy, Bill Charlap, Gene Bertoncini, Leon Parker and Bill Mays. His music has also been featured in several films.

  • Deb Berman at Pangea

    Deb Berman at Pangea

    7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    Oct/Tue/2018

    178 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, USA

    178 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, USA

     

     

    Deb Berman – Still Swingin’
    A sassy, swingin’ celebration of life’s highs and blows….

    Join Deb and her swingin trio, Gregory Toroian, Tom Hubbard
    & Ray Marchica as they get down for the count
    with the music of Sammy Cahn, Peggy Lee, Stephen Sondheim, Louie Prima, Bob Dylan, Lennon & McCartney, Duke Ellington, Rodgers & Hart & more!

    Deb Berman is the recipient of the 2009 BISTRO AWARD for Outstanding Debut as well as a MAC AWARD NOMINEE in the Debut category.  These awards were based on her show “Such A Lot Of Livin” performed at the Metropolitan Room in NYC, directed by Lina Koutrakos, with musical direction by Barry Levitt.
    Debs following show entitled “All In Good Time” was also nominated for a 2011 MAC Award directed by singer, Susan Winter, with musical direction by guitarist extraordinaire, Sean Harkness.
    During the past decade, Ms. Berman has studied with singer/director Lina Koutrakos, the legendary singer/entertainer, Marilyn Maye, jazz vocalist Madeline Eastman, as well as with Betsy Parrish at the Stella Adler Acting Studio.
    She began her vocal career fronting numerous bands including wedding bands, Top 40 cover bands, jazz trios AND an 18-piece big band.
    Her singing career went on hiatus when she focused her energies working behind the scenes in the music industry.  She held various positions at Warner Brothers, Chappell Music, A&M Records and at SONY Music Entertainment where she went on to become VP of Merchandising & Marketing.
    Ms. Berman has since left that position, and is currently a real estate agent.  She is spending most of her time honing her singing skills as well as how to better assist others with the buying and selling of their properties.

    All Sales Are Final.  NO REFUNDS

    Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food or beverage minimum at the tables. DINNER SEATING BEGINS AT 6:00PM.

    THE HOUSE OPENS ONE HOUR BEFORE THE SHOW. SEATING IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.

    Late arrivals will be seated at management’s discretion.

    Downtown’s intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it “a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max’s Kansas City from days gone by.”

  • MAC Roving Open Mic

    MAC Roving Open Mic

    7:00 pm-10:00 pm
    Oct/Tue/2018

    318 West 53rd Street New York, NY 10019

    318 West 53rd Street New York, NY 10019

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  • Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    Bill Zeffiro at La Rivista

    8:00 pm-11:59 pm
    Oct/Wed/2018

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

    313 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

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