Publisher Scott Barbarino is proud to announce an upcomming feature for NiteLife Exchange, “Next Week in Cabaret” with host Jenna Miller. The segment will be a monthly update of who’s playing where & when & will be available at NiteLifeExchange.com.
Cole Porter once famously wrote “There is no cure like travel, to help you unravel the worries of living today. When the poor brain is cracking, there’s nothing like packing a suitcase and sailing away”. The same can be said of Myriam Phiro’s new album, “Voyages”,
Don Most Sings & Swings: Sinatra, Dino, Darin & More! Best known to television audiences as “Ralph Malph” of the long-running show “Happy Days,” DON MOST brings his 7-piece band to IRIDIUM for one performance only, Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 at 8pm.
Barry Z, a legend in broadcasting and the host for too many years of “The Barry Z Show,” is staging what promises to be the most exciting, entertaining and caloric live-talent variety talk show ever mounted on Thursday October 1 at 10pm, at Don’t Tell Mama,
TOGETHER IN SPACE ,Danica Dora's new digital album is a poignant exploration of the many varieties of loss, all refracted through her exquisitely self-aware sensibility,and her gentle.supple voice. The songs sneak up on you-no showy vocal pyrotechnics
Ricky Ritzel’s Broadway returns to Don’t Tell Mama on Sunday, Oct. 4th at 8PM with music and laughs from “Ben Franklin in Paris,” “Damn Yankees” and “Gypsy.” The series, running since summer, is fashioned after Sylvia Fine Kaye’s “Musical Comedy Tonight”
HoneyCone was formed by lead singer Edna Wright with Carolyn Willis and Shelly Clark in 1969. These three dynamic ladies with a unique blend of style and talent came together to form one of the top female recording groups of all time. Join us at The Iridium Sunday October 4th
Broadway and Grammy-nominated singer/actress ALEXANDRA FOUCARD and composer/performer DAVID SISCO, whose works have premiered at Carnegie Hall, bring their cabaret COMES LOVE to The Triad, 158 West 72nd Street, on Monday, October 5th
Brittney Lee Hamilton is making her NYC Cabaret Debut October 5th and 14th at 7pm with her show, “No, I’ve Never Played Annie”. With music direction by James Cunningham, “No, I’ve Never Played Annie” asks the question,
Barry Levitt has been a musical director on the concert, nightclub, and cabaret scenes for four decades. Gary Crawford has been a cabaret singer for about four minutes (well, more like two years but that didn't work for that joke).
Husband-and-wife duo Alpher & Litt bring their unique songwriters' perspective and tastefully heimische style to legendary cabaret Don’t Tell Mama this fall with “The Elegant & The Immigrant: Cole Porter & Irving Berlin Together,” a program of songs in matched pairs exploring the similarities
Mark your calendars today for the fall’s most anticipated anniversary and birthday celebration when the mega stars of Broadway and Cabaret come out to salute award-winning cabaret performer and Tony Award-winning producer Jamie deRoy