Sing Me a Story: Best Pop Story Songs From Last 50 Years
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The last date listed for Sing Me a Story was Wednesday October 16, 2013 / 7:00pm (Doors Open at 6:30pm).
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Following a hit run at the New York International Fringe Festival and two sold-out runs at the Duplex Cabaret, the award-winning "Best Ensemble" of Christian Mansfield, Philip Mutz and Ken Urso is back for another summer of Gay Camp. This quick-change farce follows the stories of several young campers who are shipped off to Camp Acceptance -- a gay reform camp -- in a desperate attempt to be "fixed" by their parents. There they encounter an evil headmaster, electrified fences, disco balls and even Michelle Bachmann, and ultimately learn how to love one another as well as themselves. Learn More
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A group of singers that should dress more appropriately for cabaret (jeans?) that sang story songs from the 70's is a great idea but, the songs need to be more known for the crowd to identify. The performers have a B rating talent because they have nice voices but not much movement and animation. Drinks are small and expensive.
Conceived and Directed by Lisa Moss
Produced by Thomas Honeck
With Musical Direction by Andrew Sotomayor and Garrit Guadan
There's a different cast for each show. See event website for list of performers for each date.
Show run time is one hour.
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.