Cancer: a Creativity Inquiry at the Steve Allen Theatre
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Travel back in time and experience an amazing night of obscure, naughty and lovely tunes from the 1920s and '30s. Stylish flapper Janet Klein is a true ukelele lady, and along with her band members, The Parlor Boys, will treat you to spirited and inspired renditions of Tin Pan Alley, early hot jazz, vaudeville, Yiddish novelty numbers, ragtime and other lovable, rare and rustic tunes. Film historian Jerry Beck opens the show with rare vintage 16mm film clips. Janet Klein and her Parlor Boys' latest CD release -- their seventh -- is titled Whoopee Hey Hey! Tunes to Cheer in Tumultuous Times, and reflects current-day concerns with rare and upbeat songs from the Depression era. Learn More
Cabaret Voltaire spotlights the subject "Cancer: A Creative Inquiry" this month, featuring artists with cancer, who survived cancer and those affected by cancer, including model Sharon Blynn, comic illustrator Leonard M. Cachola, performer Sara Cody who looks at medical jargon, author Ginger Silverman and her daughter performing from Silverman's My Mommy Has Boo Boos on Her Breasts, author-poet Anne Silver and the band A Happy Death.