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Soho Playhouse
15 Vandam Street New York City, NY 10013
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Essen, on the corner, was a nice self serve place with a huge variety of foods, all available for takeout or to go upstairs with to sit at tables.
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4 stars
Super easy commute from NJ. Take bus into port authority. Hop tge E train down tow to Spring street and the theater is practically around the corner.
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"Belly of a Drunken Piano"
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10 events
7 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 20 2010

This is not a Tom Waits show, but original songs by the australian performer done in a style similar to TW. Not quite as expected, but enjoyable nonetheless.

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Stewart D’Arrietta has recently returned from New York where he enjoyed a nine month run of his Tom Waits show “Belly Of A Drunken Piano”.  It garnered rave reviews from The New York Times claiming it had “rock-solid emotion”.  Variety tagged it “electrifying”.  Last January, Stewart was the Musical Director for “The White Album Concert” by the Beatles, performing on stage with 15 other musicians.  Other musical director/performer/composer credits include “Looking Through A Glass Onion”. “Cafe Brel”, “reunion” and “Satango”.  Stewart has also composed and conducted soundtracks for features, short-form drama and documentaries including “Whitsunday Ash”, “Sugar Inc.”, “Blood Oath”, “Colour In The Creek” and the Emmy Award winning “Faces in the Mob”.