Thursday, November 29, 2012

Pssst! Pass It On!

I'm doing a show, please come!

I've told you guys that I've got the dates for my new cabaret show. I've mentioned it on Twitter and Facebook. I feel like I've been gently but firmly talking everyone's ear off about it. If the number of times I've heard, "I didn't know you were doing a show!" is any indication, though, I have been too gentle and not nearly firm enough.

I'M DOING A SHOW PLEASE COME! BRING ALL YOUR FRIENDS! AND YOUR FAMILY! I'M SORRY THE VENUE DOES NOT ALLOW DOGS!

While I won't be screaming it in all caps all the time I am going to take the view that people aren't hearing me enough so I am going to talk about it a lot more. This is my first new show since Jay died. It's been a long time. I need people to come see this show, please. It's extremely important to me in mundane, practical ways and in deep, emotional ones. I'm not going to lie, if I get out there and see a sea of empty seats it's going to be a punch in the gut.

But I'll still keep singing.

This is a one hour cabaret show about my love affair with New York City. I'll be using standards, show tunes, and a tiny mix-in of classic pop to tell our romantic epic. It'll just be me and a really talented dude named Daryl Kojak on the piano so it's a simple, fun story to warm a few nights as the season gets colder.

There's a $15 cover charge and a 2 drink minimum and I promise to make it worth all that. You can make reservations at Don't Tell Mama's web site or by calling (212) 757-0788 after 4pm.

See you there!

*Huge shout out to my friend's kid, Gabe, and Our JRH for collaborating to make the image above. Thank you, ladies!

8 comments:

  1. i cannot go due to distance and moneys, but i have friends in the city who will be harassed to go in my stead.

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  2. hmmm...that might be worth a trip to NY! I'll see what I can swing :-)

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  3. Oh, how wonderful!! I wish I could be there. you will have video, and you will post it, won't you?

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  4. Super proud of you for getting this together.

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  5. YES! I'm one that has missed the gentle nudges, so I'm glad to see this. I'm sending it to people.

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  6. I wish I could be in NYC to see the show. Alas, I must stay home as I've been traveling back and forth the Houston due to my sister's terminal illness, and I can't afford another trip. RATS!!!

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  7. I hope you are sold out! Best of luck!

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