Composer of Parade & 13 Mixes Pop, Jazz & Gospel in Musical Showcase
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The last date listed for Songs for a New World was Sunday August 25, 2013 / 7:00pm.
Regarding the venue - It's a small theater, probably around 50 seats? The seats are low and a bit uncomfortable as they seem to be pretty worn. I had read a tip that it gets cold in there, so I took a shawl, which I used for part of it, but my friend was a bit hot, so go figure. There is one bathroom each for men and women. It's next door, but this is a building where the doors and the venue/offices are rightnexttoeachother, so it's not a big deal. You do have to climb stairs, though.Play Noir 2014 info • Sep 29 2014 star this tip starred
They had drinks before the show. I just got a bottled water but my friend got a beer called Tallulah. Cool. There was another called Prohibition. I'm not sure what they had during intermission. We ate after the show at this place called Little Toni's which is right next door. They didn't close until 2am on Saturday, so it was perfect. Food was good. It's like an old-school Italian restaurant.Play Noir 2014 dining • Sep 29 2014 star this tip starred
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Featured review from Lori
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Wonderful evening of songs I never heard before. Everyone was talented but I especially enjoyed the two male singers. It was a variety of styles, even some humor, so you never lost interest. The second to last song was amazing, worth the price of admission alone.
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Loved nearly all of the pieces themselves and the singers were all good or better. (The thin brunette was the best overall performer, with the thin blonde coming in second.) But every last one needs to LET LOOSE vocally! Its a small space, but...continued
Directed by the dynamic Mark Swiech, whose hilarious production of Play On played this year to packed houses, Songs for a New World features the talents of accompanist Benjamin Sagan, and performers Christoff Visscher, Bryan Chesters, Nora Hunter, Tiffany A. Williams, Bonnie Doyle, Peter Greathouse, Jenny Temblay, Anne Butler, Miranda Chandler, Erica Salomon, Erica Brauer and Alex Lewis.
About the Ticket Supplier: Above the Curve TheatreAbove The Curve, founded May 2006, in Los Angeles, CA, is a women-driven, actor-derived, nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering female artists and strengthening our community.
Above The Curve Theatre provides a fun and safe environment for artists to cultivate new and current talents. All members are encouraged to write, act, produce and direct, and, while our primary creative outlet is the theatre, we encourage all of our members to explore every medium of the entertainment industry. Our goal is to develop versatile artists capable of creating more dynamic work for women and tackling the most challenging roles.
At the same time, Above The Curve Theatre strives to provide the community with professional productions held to the highest standards of excellence. Through the awesome power of the performing arts, the ensemble hopes to educate and entertain, but it does not stop there, members are also encouraged to give back to our community through group sponsored charity events and outreach programs.