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CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE #070306 - Monday, March 19, 2007
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This is the MONDAY Issue this of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE which includes cabaret listings for around the world, and also includes information on all the banner ads running on the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website. The MIDWEEK issue, normally sent out on Thursdays, includes more news, breaking stories and notes, cabaret tips, announcements of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE reviews, plus listings of shows offering discounts to members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.

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TODAY'S FEATURE STORY

JOANNA PARSON & ACTORSLIFE.COM PRESENT "CREATE YOUR OWN WORK DAY"
A day of writing workshops and performances to benefit the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans' Summer Art Camp: Children's Literature will be presented on Saturday, April 14th at the THE RIPLEY-GRIER STUDIOS (520 Eighth Avenue, 16th Floor, NYC - 212-946-2002) from 10:00 am until 5:45 pm. The event is hosted by ActorsLife.com and Joanna Parsons.

Immediately after the workshops and performances, there will be a special edition of Ms. Parson's renowned HAPPY HOUR SALON featuring performances from Happy Hour Salon alumni. This multi-genre show, in ten-minute chunks will amuse, inspire, and excite. Sessions scheduled include play writing with J. Holtham; Solo show writing/exercises with Joanna Parson; a Stand-up Comedy Class; Sketch Comedy Writing with Carl Kissin; a combined linch break/open mic; panel discussion by performers who will discuss successful projects and how they created work for themselves.

Suggested donation of $140 reserves you space in three workshops/panel/performances, $60 per individual workshop/panel/performance. All donations accepted, ALL PROCEEDS go to benefit Contemporary Art Center New Orleans Art Camp, all tax-deductible. For more information and to reserve your space at the event, visit http://www.actorslife.com/ to reserve your space in workshops. For every $140 raised, the sponsors will send an underprivileged New Orleans kid to interdisciplinary arts camp for a week.

The CAC Summer Art Camp is a multidisciplinary camp in New Orleans. Each day the children will attend classes in theater, music, visual arts, and dance with professional New Orleans artists as instructors. All kids from ages 6-14 are welcome, no arts experience is required.


HEADLINES OF UPCOMING EVENTS SPOTLIGHTED IN THIS ISSUE

ZBORNIK & PEACO RETURN WITH BISTRO AWARD WINNING MADCAP SHOW
RUPERT - FRASER CONCERT POSTPONED FROM TONIGHT TO MAY 21st
LINA AND BAND AT KENNY'S CASTAWAYS THURSDAY MARCH 22nd
NO BOB'S BIG MONDAY SHOWCASE TONIGHT AT STOCKTON INN
BON VOYAGE KASSANDRA KAY! SHE'S OFF TO LONDON TO VISIT ...
THE FIRST AMERICAN IDOLS: THE MUSIC OF ROSEMARY AND TONY
NEXT ANY WEDNESDAY CONCERT MARCH 21st FEATURES MOIRA DANIS
GILLIAN KELLY IS LOVE STRUCK IN CHICAGO IN APRIL
PAULA WEST MAKES HER ROYAL ROOM DEBUT
JOANNA PARSON & ACTORSLIFE.COM PRESENT "CREATE YOUR OWN WORK DAY"
GUYS BY DOLLS - SINATRA TO N*SYNC AT RAFFAEL'S
NEXT JAMIE DEROY & FRIENDS TV BROADCAST TUESDAY, MARCH 20th
NEUROTIC TENDENCIES: AN ABNORMAL ACT OF ORIGINAL SONGS
DIVAPALOOZA 6 FEATURES STARS FROM CABARET & BROADWAY
"CONNIE, BRENDA, PATSY AND ME" RETURNS TO RAFFAEL'S
JEANNE MACDONALD AT HELEN'S WITH "TIME BETWEEN TRAINS"
WILD WOMAN DEVLIN MAKES HER NYC CABARET DEBUT MARCH 24th
2007 MAC AWARD NOMINEES TO BE ANNOUNCED WEDNESDAY
THE BAD ONE RETURNS! BEAST MEETS BEAUTY IN NYC & NJ
KAREN AKERS DEBUTS "SIMPLY STYNE" AT THE ALGONQUIN
HIGHLIGHTS IN JAZZ CELEBRATES THELONIOUS MONK 90TH BIRTHDAY
GREAT WHITE WAY SERIES WITH DANIELS, CATES, ALVIN
MARILYN MAYE RETURNS FOR LONG-AWAITED EXTENDED ENGAGEMENT
SUSIE BUTLER CELEBRATES SARAH VAUGHAN'S 83RD BIRTHDAY MARCH 27th
NEXT COMMUNITY CABARET ON FRIDAY MARCH 23rd
CHICAGO CABARET PROFESSIONALS SALUTE FRANK LOESSER MARCH 25th
FILM FEATURING ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT RELEASED

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WINTER WEATHER MIGHT MEAN DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS
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HERE & THERE
I was sort of "trapped" in my apartment for three days - the snow that was promised for Friday turned out to be more sleet and ice than snow and the predicted 7 inches of snow ended up to be about 3 inches of very solid frozen slush - impossible to shovel, impossible to walk through. And for some reason the borough of Queens seems to get short-shrift in the snow-plowing setup in NYC - I was watching the St. Patrick's Day parade on TV on Saturday and it appeared that Fifth Avenue was completely cleared of snow, street and sidewalks. They must have taken the plows assigned to my neighborhood to Manhattan! My street had a single lane cleared down the center that actually was a sheet of solid, compacted ice.

By Sunday afternoon the sidewalks were passible and I finally had a chance last night to get out of the house for some much needed groceries. I then went to meet my friend Daniel in neighboring Jackson Heights (there is a bus right on the corner to take me there and back) for a quick Sunday late night supper and a drink or two. Ended up enjoying my freedom so much I got back home well past 1:00 am. I got up at 6:00 am to complete the newsletter.

Now it is nearly noon and I am getting really sleepy - I have my own gauge to test how tired I am based on the number of yawns in a 15 minute period. I'm up to 5. So, rather than include a number of things I was going to write about today, I am holding my notes and will use the items in the MIDWEEK issue - normally sent on Thursdays.


We never reached out goal of 100 subscribers to the NYC CABARET PICKS bulletins - our attempt to provide show recommendations and suggestions for cabaret events in the NYC area. We did not even reach 40 subscribers, and if there is that little interest (we have over 350 subscribers to our NYC CABARET BULLETIN service). The special services are provided so as not to fill our regular issues with news only of interest to folks in the NYC area. So the NYC PICKS service, while not fully cancelled, has been discontinued.


Our condolences to Lennie Watts (who currently is booking manager at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM) and family. Willard W. "Bob" Watts, Lennie's father and beloved husband of Audrey Watts, passed away on Wednesday, March 14th in St. Louis MO after a long illness. Funeral Services were Saturday, March 17th. Mr. Watts was a Marine POW from WW II. Lennie had gone to St. Louis and was in St. Louis with his family at the time of his father's passing.


Did you check out the new photo on the "PHOTO OF THE WEEK" page (which some folks are calling "PHOTO OF THE YEAR" because it has been up there so long - my camera broke)? Someone sent me a vintage photo and you are invited to guess the identity of the three people in the photo. No prize - but send in your guesses. All three are famous - sort of. No one has sent in the correct answer - yet.


Lots going on in my personal life means a little less time for CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE for the next few weeks. With a change in my housing situation coming up, there may be a few days when we will be "off the air." At least that's what the phone company tells me, since apparently they cannot install a new DSL line at the new apartment (wherever that might be) until I actually make the move. They cannot even promise that I can keep my same phone number. So, if you suddenly find your e-mails unanswered and miss an issue of the newsletter, please don't assume that I have fallen off the edge of the world - just wait a few days.


Now for a lot of news about cabaret - some real news gems in this issue so don't skim over this issue too quickly.


AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS
REMEMBER: Each MONDAY issue of the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE newsletter includes listings for all the banner advertisers on the website as long as the banner is running. In most cases there are more detailed articles on these items in the CABARET NEWS section of the website.


OUR CHAT BOARD SPONSOR THIS WEEK

MARCUS SIMEONE TO PERFORM AT LORENZO'S APRIL 28th
Marcus Simeone will perform at LORENZO'S RESTAURANT, BAR & CABARET (1100 South Avenue, Staten Island, NY - 718-477-2400 x3413 - http://www.lorenzosdining.com/ ) on night only on Saturday, April 28th at 9:00 pm. Universally regarded for his heart-wrenching interpretations of ballads, red-hot jazz sensibility, and powerful pop flair; Simeone's musical genius is in evidence on his original material as well. Marcus Simeone is both a singer and a songwriter who has been performing in NYC metropolitan area bands, with orchestras on both U.S. coasts, and as a solo act, for the past 14 years. His haunting, multi-octave voice has been compared to many greats including, Al Jarreau, Marc Anthony, and Johnny Mathis. As well, Simeone cites among his greatest inspirations Jane Olivor and Phyllis Hyman. See http://www.marcussimeone.com/ for more information and samples of several songs.


OUR SUPER SIDE-BAR ADVERTISERS THIS WEEK

DAVID PELEGRENE AT THE PIANO SIX DAYS A WEEK!
Singer/pianist David Pellegrene can be heard at the piano six days a week in Manhattan! Mondays through Wednesdays David performs at THE TOWNHOUSE OF NYC (236 East 58th Street, NYC - 212-754-4649 - http://www.townhouseny.com/ ) from 6:00 to 9:30 pm. Starting in a week or so, David will also be at the piano at NYC's newest piano bar, UNCLE CHARLIES (139 East 45th Street, NYC) Thursdays through Saturdays from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am. (Official opening date, phone number and website to be announced soon.) For the past nine years David has regularly performed and played piano at THE TOWNHOUSE. He has also performed at BRANDY'S, the PLAZA, PEGASUS, STONEWALL BISTRO and SMOKE. His credits include Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids Annual Easter Bonnet Competition, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center, The Plaza Hotel, The Rose Bowl Parade, regional theater and much more. His new CD "At Your Request" features standards, pop, country and a few original songs - the songs most requested during his years performing at the piano. For more information see http://pellegrenemusic.com/ .


OUR BANNER ADVERTISERS THIS WEEK

MARILYN MAYE RETURNS FOR LONG-AWAITED EXTENDED ENGAGEMENT
Marilyn Maye, the great RCA recording star (7 albums and 34 singles) who holds the singer's record of appearances (an amazing 76 times) on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, returns to New York for her first extended club date here since she played Michael's Pub. She will be performing her new show "An Evening with Marilyn Maye" featuring some of Maye's all-time favorite songs, at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) with opening night on Thursday March 22nd at 8:00 pm with shows Thursdays through Sundays through April 1st for a total of 14 shows. Showtimes vary so consult the METROPOLITAN ROOM website for details. Marilyn is accompanied by the brilliant Billy Stritch, pianist/conductor, Tom Hubbard, bassist and Jim Eklof, drummer. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070401Maye.shtml


ZBORNIK & PEACO RETURN WITH BISTRO AWARD WINNING MADCAP SHOW
Kristine Zbornik, along with musical director Bobby Peaco, return to THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) for an extended run of their sold-out December shows. Performances are scheduled for eight consecutive Mondays in April & May starting on April 2nd. All shows are at 7:00 pm (except April 30th & May 2nd at 9:30 pm). SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070502Kristine.shtml


JEANNE MACDONALD AT HELEN'S WITH "TIME BETWEEN TRAINS"
Award-winning performer Jeanne MacDonald brings her most recent show "Time Between Trains" back to HELEN'S RESTAURANT, CABARET & PIANO LOUNGE (169 Eighth Avenue, NYC - 212-206-0609 - http://www.helensnyc.com/ ) for five Saturday performances in March and April. MacDonald is scheduled to appear on Saturdays, March 24th & 31st and April 14th, 21st & 28th, all shows at 9:30 pm. (No show on April 7th.) Working with talented musical director/arranger Rick Jensen, MacDonald brings a show that creates a seamless blend between traditional standards from songwriters like Johnny Mercer, Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, and the music of contemporary songwriters, such as Jimmy Webb, Randy Newman, Dar Williams and Susan Werner. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070429MacDonald.shtml


HOLBROOK REPRISES "MANHATTAN ON MY MIND" SHOW
Richard Holbrook will be reprising his cabaret show from 2006, "Richard Holbrook: Manhattan On My Mind" at HELEN'S RESTAURANT, CABARET & PIANO LOUNGE (169 Eighth Avenue, NYC - 212-206-0609 - http://www.helensnyc.com/ ) on Sunday, April 1st at 2:00 pm and on Wednesday, April 4th at 10:00 pm. Accompanying Richard will be Tom Nelson Trio. Richard Barclay will direct my show and Tom Nelson is musical director and pianist. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070404Holbrook.shtml


THE BAD ONE RETURNS! BEAST MEETS BEAUTY IN NYC & NJ
Bruce Clough, creator of the hit cabaret act, BBBBAD!, introduces Miss Delaware 2005 (niece Becky Bledsoe) to the world of cabaret in Beauty & The Beast, at STOCKTON INN (1 North Main Street, Stockton NJ - 609-397-1250 - http://www.bobegan.net/stockton-inn.html ) on Sunday, March 25th at 7:30 pm, and at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 1-212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ) on Saturday, March 31st at 6:00 pm (SOLD OUT) and Sunday, April 1st (April Fool's Day) at 5:30 pm. Jeff Dershin adds his piano and musical directing expertise. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070401Clough.shtml


LESLIE OROFINO WILL GIVE YOU SPRING FEVER IN APRIL
Leslie Orofino brings her new show "Spring Fever" to HELEN'S RESTAURANT, CABARET & PIANO LOUNGE (169 Eighth Avenue, NYC - 212-206-0609 - http://www.helensnyc.com/ ) for four performances in April, Saturdays the 14th & 21st at 7:00 pm, Sunday the 22nd at 2:00 pm and Wednesday the 25th at 7:00 pm. Leslie is backed by Keith Ingham on piano, Boots Maleson on bass and Rex Benincasa on drums and directed by Louis D. Pietig. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070425Orofino.shtml


WILD WOMAN DEVLIN MAKES HER NYC CABARET DEBUT MARCH 24th
West Coast singing sensation, Devlin, is realizing her dream of her own cabaret show in New York City! On Saturday, March 24th at 7:00 pm she will be making her New York cabaret debut with her show "Wild Woman" at HELEN'S RESTAURANT, CABARET & PIANO LOUNGE (169 Eighth Avenue, NYC - 212-206-0609 - http://www.helensnyc.com/ ). The show will feature roaring jazz, blues and torch songs arranged by Rick Jensen and Tex Arnold. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070324Devlin.shtml


LUCILLE CARR-KAFFASHAN BRINGS BEATLES SHOW TO STOCKTON INN
Lucille Carr-Kaffashan takes a fresh look at the classic music and lyrics of The Beatles in her critically acclaimed cabaret show, In My Life, A Celebration of Beatles Music. With David Brunetti on piano and Bob Einfrank on guitar, Lucille makes her STOCKTON INN (1 North Main Street, Stockton NJ - 609-397-1250 - http://www.bobegan.net/stockton-inn.html ) debut at 8:00 pm on Saturday, March 31st. If you are tired of Beatles imitators who never quite measure up to the Fab Four, then this is the show for you! SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070318Lucille.shtml


MATT MALONE LETS YOU FOLLOW YOUR HEART IN NYC DEBUT SHOW
Matt Malone, an award-winning writer, actor and singer will make his New York debut at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 1-212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ) in "Follow Your Heart: My Life with a Twist" with one more performances scheduled for Friday March 30th at 9:00 pm. Cabaret veteran Linda Amiel Burns directs the show, with musical direction by Paul Chamlin and Ritt Henn on bass. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070330Malone.shtml


JIM VAN SLYKE'S "OPEN ROAD" CD AVAILABLE ON LML LABEL
Hailed as one of the finest male voices in cabaret, critically-acclaimed singer and songwriter Jim Van Slyke's hot-selling debut CD OPEN ROAD is available on the LML Music label. The album's title track is an award-winning composition by Jim, who recently performed it at Washington DC's Kennedy Center as part of ASCAP's Mid-Atlantic Songwriters' Showcase. The CD is on sale now at Jim's website (http://www.jimvanslyke.com/ ), at the LML website (http://www.lmlmusic.com/product.php?id=LML-CD-199 ), on iTunes, and is now available in stores.


SUSIE BUTLER CELEBRATES SARAH VAUGHAN'S 83RD BIRTHDAY MARCH 27th
Asked who they think of when you mention jazz divas, most jazz connoisseurs would immediately identify Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One - the only jazz singer who could have been an opera star in her own right! With a three octave range to go with her impressive piano playing, Sarah Vaughan was more than just a girl singer! On March 27th, on the occasion of Sarah Vaughan's 83rd birthday, Susie Butler, and her guest star Benn Bacot, will be singing the "Sarah Vaughan Songbook" at THE EMPIRE PLUSH ROOM at the York Hotel (940 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA - 415-885-2800 - http://www.empireplushroom.com/ ) at 8:00 pm. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsSF070327Butler.shtml


ZAGAT & NY1 SAY THAT DON'T TELL MAMA IS "ALWAYS FUN!"
Back Stage Magazine - the premier national show business publication known as The Actor's Resource - published their first-ever "Best Of New York" Readers' Poll in their July 26th, 2006 issue and DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 1-212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ) was voted The Best Cabaret Space In New York. Writes BACK STAGE: "Conveniently nestled along Manhattan's Restaurant Row, DON'T TELL MAMA has been one of the city's most popular cabarets since its founding in 1982." And now, ZAGAT & NY1-TV, in January 2007 calls DON'T TELL MAMA "delicious camp!" and "always fun!" Your fun place for cabaret and piano bar - open seven nights a week from 4:00 pm to 2:00 am (and sometimes even later!). See the website for the full schedule of events.


JAMIE DEROY & FRIENDS KICKS OFF NEW MONTHLY SERIES
Celebrated cabaret performer Jamie deRoy will kick-off a monthly series of Thursday evenings of her Multi MAC Award-winning variety show, Jamie deRoy & friends on Thursday, March 29th at 7:30 pm at the New York hotspot THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ). Additional Thursday night shows are scheduled for April 26th, May 31st, and June 28th. Barry Kleinbort is the director of Jamie deRoy & friends and Paul Greenwood will serve as musical director. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070628DeRoy.shtml


METROPOLITAN ROOM BRINGING THE BEST IN CABARET TO NYC
Combining utmost sophistication and high-end technology, THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) bridges a gap missing in the New York City music scene and nightlife. This vintage space now plays host to a updated take on the idea of a music club combining state of the art sound and lighting systems with old world charm and style. Manager Lennie Watts brings the best as well as the newest in cabaret entertainment to this new venue. See http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ for complete schedule of events.


OUR REGULAR HOME PAGE SIDE-BAR ADVERTISERS THIS WEEK

LAURA HULL'S HULLABALOO CD AVAILABLE ON CDBABY
Vocalist/songwriter Laura Hull combines rich, sultry vocals and lush phrasing with poignant, introspective storytelling among diverse styles of music, ranging from jazz to easy listening to soft rock on her CD Hullabaloo, available at CDBaby at http://cdbaby.com/cd/laurahull2 . Co-produced by pianist/arranger Pat Firth, Hullabaloo is also a testament to Laura's ongoing appreciation for music education and vocal interpretation. Ms. Hull appears regularly in clubs in the tri-state area. For more information, see http://www.laurahull.com/ .


GUYS BY DOLLS - SINATRA TO N*SYNC AT RAFFAEL'S APRIL 20th
The Cast of "Connie, Brenda Patsy, & Me" presents "Guys by Dolls ... the music of the male crooners, country singers, rock and roll rockers & boy bands" at RAFFAEL'S AT NANTASKET BEACH (45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull, MA - 781-925-4515 - http://www.raffaels.com/ ) on Friday April 20th presented by JM Productions (http://www.jmproductionspresents.com/ ). Lead by Ms Sheila Fahey of Neponset, Massachusetts five talented women will share with you their comical views on the male species as well as fill your night with many memorable songs generally attributed to male performers from the crooners of yesterday to the boy bands of today. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsBOSNE070421Dolls.shtml


"CONNIE, BRENDA, PATSY AND ME" RETURNS TO RAFFAEL'S APRIL 21st
Due to the tremendous response with over 500 patrons cheering and jumping to their feet it was imperative for JM Productions (http://www.jmproductionspresents.com/ ) to book "Connie, Brenda, Patsy and Me" at RAFFAEL'S AT NANTASKET BEACH (45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull, MA - 781-925-4515 - http://www.raffaels.com/ ) for one more time on Saturday, April 21st. "Connie, Brenda, Patsy and Me" is a combination of the sounds and styles of the beloved and cherished performers ~ Ms. Connie Francis, Ms. Patsy Cline and Ms. Brenda Lee. The music of these three amazing women fills an evening with all of their greatest hits made famous during the 1950s and 1960s. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsBOSNE070422Connie.shtml


NOW FOR SOME NEWS ABOUT CABARET
In an effort to cut down on "repeated" events, except for announcements of programs offered by cabaret membership organizations, and shows where guests change regularly, cabaret news items will usually appear just once in the newsletter in abbreviated form and linked to a full article on the CABARET NEWS page of the appropriate location on the website.

ZBORNIK & PEACO RETURN WITH BISTRO AWARD WINNING MADCAP SHOW
Kristine Zbornik, along with musical director Bobby Peaco, return to THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) for an extended run of their sold-out December shows. Performances are scheduled for eight consecutive Mondays in April & May starting on April 2nd. All shows are at 7:00 pm (except April 30th & May 2nd at 9:30 pm). SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070502Kristine.shtml


RUPERT - FRASER CONCERT POSTPONED FROM TONIGHT TO MAY 21st
COMMUNITY CENTER (208 West 13th Street, NYC - 212-620-7310 - http://www.gaycenter.org/ ) has announced that the final concert of the "In Concert" series, featuring Tony Award winner Michael Rupert and Tony Award Nominee Alison Fraser, has been rescheduled to Monday, May 21st, originally set to perform on Monday, March 19th. All patrons have been contacted. The artists were thrilled to be able to find a new date for the event, having had a last minute scheduling conflict which caused the performers to be unavailable. The show is a reunion of two of the original stars of March of the Falsettos. Tony Award-winner Michael Rupert and Tony Award-nominee Alison Fraser return to their roots revisiting songs from Falsettos as well as gems by William Finn cut from the show. We'll also hear funny early drafts of finished songs that we know and love, as well as songs by other emerging voices in contemporary musical theatre. In Concert is produced by Jayson Raitt. To purchase tickets, visit http://www.gaycenter.org/ .


LINA AND BAND AT KENNY'S CASTAWAYS MARCH 22nd
Pop/rock sensation Lina Koutrakos and her band will perform at the legendary KENNY'S CASTAWAYS (157 Bleeker Street, NYC - 212-979-9762 - http://kennyscastaways.net/ ) on Thursday, March 22nd at 8:30 pm. The band "His Boy Elroy" will open the show at 7:00 pm. Each member of Lina's band has chosen their favorite number to be included in the song list, including a lot of originals and a handful of covers. No drink minimum, no sound check and no Diva turns. There is a $10 cover - be sure to get your hand stamped to prove you paid!


BON VOYAGE KASSANDRA KAY! SHE'S OFF TO LONDON TO VISIT ...
Jazz singer Kassandra is off to London - to visit the jazz clubs and other music hot spots. But before she flies off, she is doing one last show in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 25th at 8:00 pm at M BAR (1253 North Vine Street, Hollywood, CA - 323-856-0036 - http://www.mbarhollywood.com/ ). It will be "Swan Songs" - Kassandra's favorite bond, bossa & jazzy standards. She is joined by Nick Garrett-Powell (Guitar), Aaron Gonzales (subbing for Alex Wilkerson on Bass) and Andrew Brown (Drums). There is a $10 cover, $10 food/drink minimum.


THE FIRST AMERICAN IDOLS: THE MUSIC OF ROSEMARY AND TONY
Jenna Esposito and Russ Lorenson pay tribute to two icons of American music, Rosemary Clooney and Tony Bennett, in their new show, "The First American Idols" on Saturday & Sunday, March 31st & April 1st at KELLY'S OF ALAMEDA (1313 Park Street, Alameda, CA - 510-769-1011 - http://www.kellysofalameda.com/ ). Jenna just completed her shows in NYC based on the songs of Rosemary, and Russ has been touring the country with his tribute show to Tony. So the two have joined forces in this special two-night only celebration. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsSF070401Idols.shtml


GILLIAN KELLY IS LOVE STRUCK IN CHICAGO IN APRIL
Gillian Kelly will present her show "Love Struck : The Songs that struck me in love!" on Fridays, April 6th, 20th & 27th at 8:00 pm at DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830 - http://www.davenportspianobar.com/ ). She is joined by Claire Bigley on piano, Hiko on flute and Seth Woods on cello. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsCHIMW070427Kelly.shtml


GUYS BY DOLLS - SINATRA TO N*SYNC AT RAFFAEL'S
The Cast of "Connie, Brenda Patsy, & Me" presents "Guys by Dolls ... the music of the male crooners, country singers, rock and roll rockers & boy bands" at RAFFAEL'S AT NANTASKET BEACH (45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull, MA - 781-925-4515 - http://www.raffaels.com/ ) on Friday April 20th presented by JM Productions (http://www.jmproductionspresents.com/ ). Lead by Ms Sheila Fahey of Neponset, Massachusetts five talented women will share with you their comical views on the male species as well as fill your night with many memorable songs generally attributed to male performers from the crooners of yesterday to the boy bands of today. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsBOSNE070421Dolls.shtml


NEUROTIC TENDENCIES: AN ABNORMAL ACT OF ORIGINAL SONGS
Seth Bisen-Hersh, composer of the award-winning Fringe Festival musicals Meaningless Sex (Audience Favorite Award 2003) and The Spickner Spin (Audience Favorite Award 2004), brings his audience-acclaimed cabaret, Neurotic Tendencies, an abnormal act of original songs, back to DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 1-212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ) this spring for a return engagement. Performances are scheduled for Monday April 9th at 8:30 pm, Friday April 13th at 7:00 pm and Sunday April 15th at 8:30 pm. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070415Neurotic.shtml


KAREN AKERS DEBUTS "SIMPLY STYNE" AT THE ALGONQUIN
The iconic Karen Akers, one of America's most arresting and acclaimed concert and cabaret stars, returns to New York for her highly anticipated eighth consecutive spring engagement at the legendary THE ALGONQUIN OAK ROOM (59 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-419-9331 - http://www.algonquinhotel.com/nav_oakroom_cabaret.html ). Beginning Tuesday, April 17th and playing through Saturday, May 12th, Ms. Akers will debut a brand new show, Simply Styne, an entertainment that promises to be the singer's most personal and theatrical evening of song yet. While indeed treating the audiences of the Oak Room to the trademark warmth and style that one savors in an Akers evening, Simply Styne will also bathe the statuesque singer in a decidedly different, glittery, light. Ms. Akers will be accompanied on piano by Mr. Rebic and on bass by Dick Sarpola. Performances are Tuesdays through Saturdays at 9:00 pm with late shows on Fridays and Saturdays at 11:30 pm. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070512Akers.shtml


PAULA WEST MAKES HER ROYAL ROOM DEBUT
Singer Paula West makes her THE ROYAL ROOM at THE COLONY HOTEL (155 Hammond Avenue, Palm Beach, FL - 561-659-8100 - http://www.thecolonypalmbeach.com/ ) debut Tuesdays through Fridays, April 3rd through 14th. Ms. West masterfully navigates the waters between jazz and cabaret. The San Francisco based chanteuse is arguably one of the finest jazz vocalists to emerge in the past decade. Showtime is 8:00 pm, with possible late shows on Fridays and Saturdays at 10:00 pm. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsSOUTH070331Lappin.shtml


FILM FEATURING ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT RELEASED
At long last, MY BROTHER, the film starring Vanessa Williams and featuring Broadway/Cabaret star Eric Michael Gillett is being released. After winning several film festival awards over the past few months, Liberty Studios and the film's director, Anthony Lover, have announced the first national release screenings, which began last Friday, March 16. In a note from Eric, he hopes that, if you have the opportunity, you'll support the release of this very special film. He writes that Vanessa is wonderful, the young actors playing her sons give lovely performances, and it's a project that remains very dear to his heart. As with most small films, they can really use your support. It was released in 35 markets last weekend and if business is good, the film will receive a wider release. Check your local movie listings to see if it is playing near you.


"CONNIE, BRENDA, PATSY AND ME" RETURNS TO RAFFAEL'S
Due to the tremendous response with over 500 patrons cheering and jumping to their feet it was imperative for JM Productions (http://www.jmproductionspresents.com/ ) to book "Connie, Brenda, Patsy and Me" at RAFFAEL'S AT NANTASKET BEACH (45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull, MA - 781-925-4515 - http://www.raffaels.com/ ) for one more time on Saturday, April 21st. "Connie, Brenda, Patsy and Me" is a combination of the sounds and styles of the beloved and cherished performers ~ Ms. Connie Francis, Ms. Patsy Cline and Ms. Brenda Lee. The music of these three amazing women fills an evening with all of their greatest hits made famous during the 1950s and 1960s. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsBOSNE070422Connie.shtml


DIVAPALOOZA 6 FEATURES STARS FROM CABARET & BROADWAY
On Sunday, March 25th at 9:00 pm Joseph John Productions presents season number two of the sold out series DIVAPALOOZA at HELEN'S RESTAURANT, CABARET & PIANO LOUNGE (169 Eighth Avenue, NYC - 212-206-0609 - http://www.helensnyc.com/ ). DIVAPALOOZA 6 is a tribute to the great DIVA duets of stage and screen with a twist all the songs are done by men. The evening will include such hits as I Know Him So Well, Enough is Enough and Class as well as some great solo numbers. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070325DivaP.shtml


O'SHAUGHNESSY & LAMARK PRESENT MASTER CLASS IN BOSTON
Boston's First lady of Cabaret, Carol O'Shaughnessy and veteran music director and arranger, Tom LaMark Present "A Master's Class in the Art of Cabaret Performance ... It's Not Just About Singing" on Sunday, April 15th from 1:00 until 4:00 pm at ENCORE LOUNGE at THE COURTYARD MARRIOTT HOTEL (275 Tremont Street, Boston, MA - CLASS INFO: 781-259-0111). The Master Class will include tips on: How to connect with an audience the minute you make your entrance; Maximize your potential as a performer; Select the best material for you; Take command of the stage. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsBOSNE070415Master.shtml


HIGHLIGHTS IN JAZZ CELEBRATES THELONIOUS MONK 90TH BIRTHDAY
Jack Kleinsinger's Highlights in Jazz Presents Thelonious Monk 90th Birthday Celebration on Thursday, April 12th at 8:00 pm at THE TRIBECA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER (199 Chambers Street, NYC - 212-220-1460 - http://www.tribecapac.org/ ). The show will feature Kenny Barron, Ben Riley and his Monk Legacy Septet, Monk Legacy Septet, Bruce Williams, alto sax Wayne Escoffery, tenor sax Jay Brandford, baritone sax Freddie Bryant, guitar Don Sickler, trumpet & arranger Ben Riley, drums & leader Kiyoshi Kitgawa, bass and award-winning actor Rome Neal as "Monk." SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070415Monk.shtml


GREAT WHITE WAY SERIES WITH DANIELS, CATES, ALVIN
THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909 - http://www.westbankcafe.com/theater/schedule ) is pleased to announce an exciting new series: Voices from the Great White Way. Beginning in April, the club will be celebrating some of the most thrilling voices from Broadway in our intimate theatre located in the heart of New York's Theatre District. The schedule is as follows: Monday, April 9: Nikki Renee Daniels (Les Miserables); Monday, April 23: Kristy Cates (Wicked); Monday, April 30: Farah Alvin (Nine). All performances at 7:00 pm. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNTC070430White.shtml


MORE NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF CABARET

MONDAY MARCH 19th

NO BOB'S BIG MONDAY SHOWCASE TONIGHT AT STOCKTON INN
BOB's BIG MONDAY SHOWCASE will not take place on Monday, March 19th at 7:30 pm to the STOCKTON INN (1 North Main Street, Stockton NJ - 609-397-1250 - http://www.bobegan.net/stockton-inn.html ) due to vacation. The showcase usually features 5 to 10 vocalists from the NY-NJ-PA area. Only $8 cover/$10 minimum. The showcase will resume on Monday the 26th.


DEBRA AND MARY AT BISCUIT BBQ TONIGHT WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
Composer Debra Barsha (RADIANT BABY) and cabaret chanteuse Mary Cleere Haran perform every Monday at 9:00 pm in an evening of song and witty repartee at BISCUIT BBQ RESTAURANT (230 Fifth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn NY - 718-399-2161 - http://www.biscuitbbq.com/ ). Each week features new songs, a different theme and very special guest interviews. The next event is tonight, March 5th, guest performer TBA. The club has been renovated, has hired a new chef, and has changed its name from NIGHT & DAY RESTAURANT to BISCUIT BBQ. Check website for latest information.


TUESDAY - MARCH 20th

NEXT JAMIE DEROY & FRIENDS TV BROADCAST TUESDAY, MARCH 20th
The cable TV show "Jamie deRoy & friends" heard locally here in NYC on Time Warner Channel 67 and RCN Channel 109 will next be seen on Tuesday, March 20th at 8:00 pm. The show is produced by Jamie deRoy & friends, inc. and directed by Barry Kleinbort. Taped and Edited by Applause Video. It is also broadcast in Washington DC and Connecticut - check local listing. For details see http://www.jamiederoy.com/ .


WEDNESDAY - MARCH 21st

NEXT ANY WEDNESDAY CONCERT MARCH 21st FEATURES MOIRA DANIS
ANY WEDNESDAY lives! The in-store concert series that features the best in cabaret, jazz and theater music has found a new home. THE BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE (66th Street and Broadway, NYC) will now host the program. The day and time remain the same: Wednesdays at 6:00 pm. Appearing on March 21st: Moira Danis, the lovely lyrical singer is bringing her tribute to sixties London swinging singing star Petula Clark to THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 1-212-255-5438 - http://www.theduplex.com/ ) on March 22nd, but she will be offering an advance look to our audience the evening before. Ms. Danis will also be featuring highlights from her album, "I Wish," a collection of both moving and pensive songs from the world of Broadway and cabaret.


WEDNESDAY JAZZ AT NOON FEATURES LEE MUSIKER ON THE 21st
Jazz at Noon continues on Wednesdays at ST. PETER'S CHURCH - LIVING ROOM (Lexington Avenue at 54th Street, NYC). This long-running series was created by Edmund Anderson and is now produced by Ronny Whyte. Featured this Wednesday, March 21st, Lee Musiker, piano; March 28th, Peter Prisco, guitar and Bill Crow, bass. Performances are at 1:00 pm, $5 admission.


2007 MAC AWARD NOMINEES TO BE ANNOUNCED WEDNESDAY
The final ballot for the 2006 MAC AWARD nominees will be announced at a special MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets) event at THE BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE (66th Street and Broadway, NYC) on Wednesday, March 21st at 1:30 pm. On hand to announce the nominees will be comic Eddie Brill, songwriter David Friedman, singer/actress Eileen Fulton, actress/comic Marilyn Sokol, and others. This event is free and open to the public.


PROMOTE YOUR SHOW, CD OR OTHER EVENT ON THE WEBSITE
If you are planning on running a banner for your show or CD, be sure to place your order well in advance. Banners are available in three sizes and are priced accordingly. I limit the number of banner ads to 25 per week and home-page side-bar ads to 5 per week. Please let me know if you wish to reserve space and for which weeks (banners run from Sunday through Saturday). Just go to the website and click on the button BANNER INFO for prices and details. Performers running banners get a special listing for their show or other cabaret-related item in every MONDAY issue of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE, reaching over 2,700 subscribers.


NEXT COMMUNITY CABARET ON FRIDAY MARCH 23rd
On Friday, March 23rd, COMMUNITY CABARET will feature renowned singer/songwriter troubadour Paul Kaplan, uniquely brilliant satiric songwriter Carl Sieveret, clever original musical-comedy team Elegant Ivory Duo, plus satiric topical songwriter Rachel Stone, who also produces and hosts this bi-monthly variety showcase in midtown Manhattan at COMMUNITY CHURCH OF NY (40 East 35th Street, NYC - 718-472-0472 - http://www.rachelstonemusic.com/ ). Show starts promptly at 7:00 pm, and doors open at 6:30 pm. Food, wine, desserts and beverages are available at very reasonable cost before and during the show. Donation at door is $15. $10 for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE. Proceeds are donated to Community Church of New York - Unitarian Universalist.


CCAE IS HOSTING FINAL 2007 "MARCH IS CABARET MONTH" PERFORMANCES
Two contrasting cabaret shows at CAMBRIDGE CENTER FOR ADULT EDUCATION (56 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA - 617-547-6789 - Ext. 1 - http://www.ccae.org/ ) on Friday, March 30th, form the grand finale of a month-long series of concerts presented by the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists as part of its annual "March is Cabaret Month" Celebration. Then, on Sunday evening April 1st from 7:00 to 10:00 pm, 12 performers will present individual 15 minute performances. SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsBOSNE070401CCAE.shtml


CHICAGO CABARET PROFESSIONALS SALUTE FRANK LOESSER MARCH 25th
CCP (Chicago Cabaret Professionals - http://www.chicagocabaret.org/ ) is pleased to announce its annual Spring series, a 20th Century Songwriters Series to be presented on Sundays in March at 5:00 pm at DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830 - http://www.davenportspianobar.com/ ). The series will salute songwriters Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, Kurt Weill and Frank Loesser, with one remaining shows scheduled for Sunday, March 25th - I Hear Music: A Tribute to Frank Loesser. For each show there is a $15 cover. (Half price for current CCP members with a reservation.) SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsCHIMW070331CCP.shtml


THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1938 ANNOUNCES CAST FOR MARCH 26th SHOW
More names have been added to what was already a formidable cast for BROADWAY BY THE YEAR: The Broadway Musicals of 1938, featuring music from The Cradle Will Rock, I Married an Angel, Knickerbocker Holiday, Leave It to Me, The Boys From Syracuse, and more. The series is created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel and this show will be at THE TOWN HALL (123 West 43rd Street, NYC - 212-997-1929 - http://www.the-townhall-nyc.org/ ) on Monday, March 26th at 8:00 pm. There are now eleven performers who will perform under the direction of The Tony-nominated star of Side Show, Emily Skinner (who will also perform). This one night of musical theatre heaven includes a powerful lineup of talent that now includes Andy Blankenbuehler (choreographer of In the Heights), Sarah Uriarte Berry (A Light in the Piazza), Aaron Lazar (Les Miserables), Shannon Lewis (Sweet Charity), Ray McLeod (Wonderful Town), Christiane Noll (Jekyll & Hyde), Connie Pachl (When the Lights Go on Again), Hugh Panaro (Lestat), Martin Vidnovic (The Fantasticks), and Barbara Walsh (Company). SEE FULL STORY ON THE WEBSITE at http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsNYC070326Broadway.shtml


- NEXT SHEET MUSIC SOCIETY MEETING SATURDAY, APRIL 14TH
- THE NEW YORK SHEET MUSIC SOCIETY (http://www.nysms.org/ ), now in its 20th Season, meets the second Saturday afternoon of each month through June. Coming events: April 14th: The one and only Richard Skipper (as Carol Channing)! Richard channels Carol Channing and you would swear that the Hello Dolly star herself was in the room. This MAC-Awarding winning entertainer will wow you with his talent, great singing voice and sense of humor. The meetings take place at LOCAL 802 MUSICIANS' HALL (322 West 48th Street, NYC). There is a Flea Market 12:30 - 1:45:00 pm (music sheets, tapes, CD's etc.) Program from 1:45 to 3:30 pm. Non-member guest fee $10. Membership only $50 per year for 9 great Programs and a monthly Newsletter.


21st ANNUAL MAC AWARDS GALA TUESDAY MAY 1st AT BB KING'S
The 21st ANNUAL MAC AWARDS will be presented at a gala show on Tuesday, May 1st at BB KING'S BLUES CLUB (237 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-997-4144 - http://www.bbkingsblues.com/ ) - and unlike the past few years, this room has cabaret-style seating with food and beverage service (2-drink minimum). Seating is limited to 600 - with many seats already set aside for nominees and press. A ticket order form can be found in the packet of material sent to all members - the one that included the preliminary ballots. Or check the MAC website (http://www.macnyc.com/ ). Tickets cost from $45 to $125. It should be a glorious event - according to reports, members have been joining and re-joining over the past few weeks, and this may be a tremendous milestone show at the start of the 3rd decade of MAC AWARD galas.


ABOUT CABARET NEWS IN THE NEWSLETTER, BLOG AND WEBSITES
Information about other shows around the country and around the world can be found on the CABARET NEWS page of the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website. How do you get an item posted in the CABARET NEWS section of the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website? Just e-mail me a press release of at least four paragraphs, giving the complete information on your show, CD release or other cabaret related event. Include photos in jpg or gif format if available. Please send me complete information - and do not merely e-mail me a copy of your flier or a reference to a website. By the way, I usually trim quotes from reviews from the press releases I receive before using the item on my website or in the newsletter, so don't count them when putting together the four or more paragraphs.

If you don't have a press release, just click here: http://www.svhamstra.com/PressRelease1.shtml and fill out the information as completely as possible.

Just send in your press release or listings request in simple txt format (the format I write these issues in and use for the website). And, please, please don't send, instead of a press release, one of those e-mails with all those annoying html links (with multi-columns, embedded photos, distracting backgrounds, etc.) Do not send simply a .jpg of your post card. Do not send us one of those "e-vite" things that require us to "click to open" and lead to a web page somewhere. I never open them!


IT'S TIME TO GO
At the top of this newsletter I promised that you would read things in this issue you will not find published anywhere else. Did I keep my promise?

I realize that there is probably far more information here than you might be able to digest in one reading, but please keep in mind that for the performers mentioned, CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE is one of the few publications that spread the word about their shows and performances. To them, that item about their show is most important, and the fact that every issue published is also posted on my website and on the blog means two additional places where the show information can be found by fans and search engines (Google, etc.) alike. Your banner ads and membership donations make this all possible.


It gets sillier and sillier. Folks who a few years back campaigned for the election to the MAC Board be voted on by all members of MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets), now that they succeeded, seem to want the vote of the membership to be overturned because the persons elected do not meet their approval! Apparently the vote of the membership can only be trusted if the results match their own choices. Instead of joining MAC, taking part in the voting process and possibly running for office, these folks stand on the sidelines, sling mud, call for resignations, carry on name-calling and bring up long-stale complaints about board members who were duly chosen and elected by the MAC membership! Time to move on! People who continue to attempt to divide the NYC cabaret community are doing grave harm to the art and artists of cabaret in this town. Fortunately their number is few.


I have a lot of things to do - places to go - projects to complete - and some more packing of clothes, CDs, books, etc. I have a very good lead on a new apartment - the very good lead on an affordable apartment that I had last week turned out to be a basement apartment with a low ceiling (I am still 6 feet tall) and two very small windows (which I had to stand to see through). I have about 6 weeks to find a place and make the move but I don't want to wait until the last minute. So, until next time...


And that is just about the way it was.

Hugs & Stuff,

STU

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