The Thalia Follies: The Midterm Shuffle -- Political Cabaret at its Finest and Funniest
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NYC’s only political cabaret series returns for its sixth season of songs, sketches, and satire on all the issues New Yorkers hold dear. Always funny and often moving, these original evenings created by Symphony Space’s Artistic Director Isaiah Sheffer and Martin Sage are guaranteed to get you talking and laughing. With special guests at every performance, The Thalia Follies troup of performers includes Ivy Austin, Mary Brienza, Sidney J. Burgoyne, David Buskin, Kathryn Markey, Nora York and The Chalks. Musical Direction by Lanny Meyers.
October 21 – 23, 2010: T_*_*he Midterm Shuffle*
At the half-way point in the first (or only?) Obama Administration, The Thalia Follies takes satirical and musical stock of where things stand. What will the next Senate and House look like? What’s become of “Yes, We Can!” or “Change We Can Believe In?” Which way are things headed? Is there hope? Guest Star: Jonathan Hadary