Remembering Mabel & Bobby: The 45th Anniversary of the Legendary Concert at Town Hall
Remembering Mabel & Bobby: An Evening of Cabaret Greats
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Forty-five years ago, Town Hall was the setting of an unforgettable concert featuring two of America's leading cabaret performers. Mabel Mercer and Bobby Short were the most popular cabaret artists of their day, drawing legions of fans to clubs wherever they went. Their pairing resulted in a stylish musical evening that harkened back to decades before in New York society and nightlife. Now Jazz at Lincoln Center will host a tribute to those amazing artists, featuring a lineup of some of today's leading practitioners of the intimate and enduring art of cabaret. Among those scheduled to appear are Joyce Breach, Eric Comstock, Natalie Douglas, Barbara Fasano, Lauren Fox, Eric Yves Garcia, Clint Holmes, Tanya Holt, Andrea Marcovicci, Karen Mason, Marissa Mulder, Karen Oberlin, Rex Reed, Lumiri Tubo, Tamara Tunie, Iris Williams and Larry Woodward.
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The last date listed for Remembering Mabel & Bobby: The 45th Anniversary of the Legendary Concert at Town Hall was Thursday May 16, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: The Mabel Mercer Foundation
Created in 1985 as a not-for-profit arts organization, The Mabel Mercer Foundation serves to both perpetuate the memory and spirit of its legendary namesake and to stimulate and promote public interest in the fragile and endangered world of cabaret. Currently in its third decade, the Foundation and its efforts have been perhaps best summarized and recognized by a recent commendation from The Oakland Tribune: "Cabaret may not be thriving, but it is alive and well, thanks mainly to The Mabel Mercer Foundation and its support of wonderfully diverse talents."