Sharon McNight Takes Show Tunes to the Next Level With Songs to Offend Almost Everyone!
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The last date listed for Sharon McNight: Songs to Offend Almost Everyone! was Thursday July 15, 2010 / 8:30pm.
Currently at Julia's on Broadway
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Featured review from Michelle
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We loved the venue. Julia's is a great place with good food and great drinks. Sharon McNight was entertaining but with all the warnings about her subject matter I expected to be shocked...and I wasn't. Cute play on words and a great voice. I suppose some people would be wide-eyed, but I guess I hang around vulgar people because I was not offended or shocked in the least.
Quotes & Highlights
“Sharon McNight is the definitive cabaret entertainer for our time“.—New York Times
Broadway’s Tony nominee, Theater World Award winner and winner of New York’s coveted MAC Award for Best Cabaret Show, Sharon McNight, makes her Seattle debut at Julia’s on Broadway. Performing her critically acclaimed show, Songs to Offend Almost Everyone, McNight tackles the topics of society, sex, religion, sex, hypocrisy, sex and lust in song and commentary.
The entire show is an updated “party” record from the 1950s made famous by artists like Belle Barth and Rusty Warren, only a little more risqué. Hey! It’s the 21st Century. This show is definitely not for children, but it’s great fun for everyone else.
The songs are by song writers from pop-to-Broadway-to-country, including: Randy Newman, Stephen Sondheim, Chet Atkins, Noel Coward, Kander & Ebb, Tom Lehrer and many new songwriters with songs written especially for this show.
Sharon McNight first rose to prominence in San Francisco’s cabaret scene during the 1980s, winning five (5) Cable Car Awards for Best Cabaret Artist in rapid succession. She has appeared everywhere from Moose Halls to Carnegie Hall (twice) and theaters, concert halls, colleges and cabarets from Los Angeles to Berlin