The 2009 Duplex Gala: Music, Comedy and More at New York's Famed Piano Bar
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Legendary New York singer-songwriter-humorist Christine Lavin and Seattle's famed satirical musical trio Uncle Bonsai team for a tongue-in-cheek holiday concert, celebrating the release of Lavin's second seasonal album, Just One Angel v.2.0. The multi-award-winning Lavin is a fixture on the folk-music scene, who's released more than 20 solo albums and who's well-known for her witty songs like "A Christmas/Kwanzaa/Solstice/Hanukkah/Ramadan/Boxing Day Song," "I Was in Love With a Difficult Man," "Attractive Stupid People," and many, many more. Uncle Bonsai is also famed for its laugh-out-loud lyrics, paired with intricate and gorgeous harmonies, and broke onto the pop-folk scene in the '80s with hits like "Boys Want Sex in the Morning" and "Penis Envy." They'll also welcome special guests, who'll perform cuts from Just One Angel v.2.0. Learn More
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You are cordially invited to attend the New Beginnings 2009 Duplex Gala. Music direction by Brian Nash, directed by Lisa Moss and produced and hosted by Thomas Honeck.
This special evening will feature the best and brightest performers of the 2009 season including:
Grammy Award Winner Julie Gold
2008 MAC Award Winner Cait Doyle
Second City Alum Colleen McHugh
Multiple Mac Award Winning Comedienne Poppi Kramer
2008 Bistro Award Winner Brian Nash
Piano Bar Virtuoso Franca Vercelloni
Jonathan Larson Award Winner Gaby Alter & Sophie Jaff
Comedy Duo The Rescignos
Vocal Quartet Harmonic Proposal
Acoustic Trio Icky House Club
The Cast of “Hey, You Know What Movie Would Make A Good Musical”
Debut Performer Stacie Koby
Stonewall Sensation Winner Erik Sisco
About the Ticket Supplier: The Duplex
The Duplex Cabaret Theatre is a 70-seat off-Broadway venue that features performances of all types nightly.
Since their humble beginnings in the 1950s, under the auspices of Hal Holbrook, the Duplex's first booking manager, DCT has served as a jewel in the crown of the NYC cabaret world. Performers such as Barbra Steisand, Woody Allen, Joanne Worley, Lovelady Powell, KT Sullivan, Karen Mason and Lea Delaria all are Duplex alumns. DCT audiences have been lucky enough to catch premiere versions of hits like Nunsense; Hello Muddah! Hello Faddah!; and a slew of other new shows.
More recently, DCT has been the venue of choice for The Storefront Theatre's award-winning New Mondays series, featuring new work from composers both up-and-coming and legendary, from Frank Wildhorn to Stephen Schwartz, Charles Strouse to Galt MacDermot, Jason Robert Brown, Michael John LaChiusa, Andrew Lippa and many others. Also, DCT's popular Dowtown Revivals series features one-night-only engagements from the brightest lights on the cabaret circuit.