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Cabaret Nights November 2015
An Annotated List of New York's Leading Cabaret Venues
Baby Jane Dexter comes back for her winter visit to the Metropolitan Room on Nov. 7,21,28 and Dec. 4. She calls her new show, It's Personal and it is, reflecting challenges and losses she has faced over the past year. Expect songs from legends like Peggy Lee and Lennon/McCartney, music that is honest and meaningful to her and to her listeners. Feeling romantic? Let Todd Murray show you what "crooning" is all about. (Nov. 3). Also in the Metropolitan Room this month, savor the High Standards of Corrina Sowers Adler, on Nov. 1. On Nov. 2, forget all your troubles, forget all your cares when Maxine Linehan reprises her previous show, What Would Petula Do? A Tribute to Petula Clark. Don't forget about Scott Siegel's All Star Concert Extravaganza on Nov. 11 with all the stars in cabaret heaven. And this is just early November!
At the Cafe Carlyle, Nov. 3 begins the month-long run of John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey with their new show, My Generation featuring songs from Sondheim to Simon. Let's also expect a taste of Pizzarelli's new CD, Midnight McCartney. Next month is the annual return of Steve Tyrell. Yes, it's been a year already.
Even with a November chill, things will be swingin' hot at the free Cocktail Concert at the CitySpire Atrium with Peter and Will Anderson, who have been called "virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone." Enjoy some carefree swing and pop, and the price is great. On Nov. 10.
In two shows on Nov. 4 at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Rumer Willis and Tye Blue are making their NYC cabaret debut. The theme, explaining their journey as nonsexual life partners with songs from jazz to Motown. On Nov. 3, Tony Babino Sings Songs from The Jolson Story. On Nov. 9,14, Andrea Burns steams up the stage with selections from pop to theater. Every day during the week of Nov. 22-28, the terrific Anne Hampton Callaway appears at Feinstein's/54Below with her salute to women songwriters. She performs on Thanksgiving Day too, so skip the second slices of pie for some memorable music with this outstanding performer. Feinstein's/54Below also offers a prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner for those who don't feel like cooking.
Eric Comstock is back at Cafe Noctambulo at Pangea on Tues. evenings through Nov, 24. He also appears in the show he helped create years ago, Our Sinatra. The revival plays Fridays and Saturdays Nov 13-Dec 26 at 7 and 9PM. With Eric is co-creator/baritone Christopher Gines and Harmony Keeney. On Nov. 7, Laurie Krauz and Daryl Kojak bring back their high-energy crowd-pleaser, Tapestry Rewoven UNPLUGGED!
Carole J. Bufford brings theatricality and depth to the weekly Birdland Jazz Party. On Monday, Nov, 9, Jim Caruso's Broadway at Birdland features Sally Mayes and Jeff Harnar with their smart and saucy selections in Double Take. Speaking about smart and saucy, on Nov. 16, do not miss Steve Ross presenting Steve, Fred and Cole. You savvy New Yorkers know who Fred and Cole are. On Nov. 23, 24, 25. listen to Christine Ebersole and Billy Stritch celebrate Our Favorite Things. Ending the month, Nov. 30 brings Lesli Margherita, with Broad, which is exactly how she plays her part in Broadway's new musical, Dames at Sea.
Holiday time is here. Happy Thanksgiving!
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