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CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE #080605 - Monday, June 16, 2008
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NOW IN OUR 18th YEAR PUBLISHING THE NEWS OF CABARET!
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18TH BIRTHDAY PARTY AT THE BEECHMAN SOLD OUT?
See http://www.svhamstra.com/NewsCABHT080709Bday18a.shtml

If it's anything to do with cabaret, you'll probably read it here first!


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SPECIAL TO ALL WHO ORDERED TICKETS TO THE BIRTHDAY PARTY
Your reservation is not confirmed until payment is received, and since we are sold out, please let me know if you still want the tickets you ordered but have not paid for so I can release them for sale. Tickets not paid for by midnight tonight - June 16th - will be considered cancelled. I will notify you first, of course. NO TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE THE DAY OF THE SHOW! NO COMPS! Please don't call THE BEECHMAN - they are not taking reservations for this event.


TODAY'S TOP STORY

BOSTON: BACA CABARET CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL MEETING
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
BACA (Boston Association of Cabaret Artists - http://www.bostoncabaret.com/ ) is combining its annual meeting on Saturday, June 21st at THE BLACKSMITH HOUSE (56 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA), with a half-day cabaret conference that features two workshops each hour from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The workshops are preceded by a welcome and introduction to the day at 9:45 am and followed by a 1/2 hour annual meeting at 1:00 pm where the new BACA Board will be announced and introduced, an members will receive an update of BACA Board Year, plus a future vision and roadmap for BACA. Cost is $25 - $20 for members of BACA. Information and registration at the BACA website.

The workshop schedule is as follows:

10:00 am - 10:50 am
Session 1 - Ashley Lieberman: Acting A Song - How to bring meaning and immediacy to the lyrics of your song in order to engage your audience. Session 2 - Debbie Gruber: How to Accompany Yourself Singing - a shortcut method to learning & embellishing on your chords

11:00 am - 11:50 am
Session 3 - Celia Slattery: Approaches to Contemporary Commercial Music Technique and Style Session 4 - Alanna Gene Woonteiler: Really Want to Stand Out at Your Next Gig? professional makeup tips

12:00 pm - 12:50 pm
Session 5 - Tom LaMark: CD production, planning a show, general info about the music biz Session 6 - Pamela Enders: Performance Enhancement Workshop, learning peak performance techniques for high stakes situations


HEADLINES OF NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS SPOTLIGHTED IN THIS ISSUE

FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING OF EVENTS CHECK OUT THE CABARET DIARY AT http://www.svhamstra.com/CabaretEventListing.shtml

BOSTON: BACA CABARET CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL MEETING
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
18th BIRTHDAY SHOW JULY 9th - 2 TICKETS BECOME AVAILABLE
*** CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE SPECIAL EVENT ***
ALL 2007-2008 MEMBERSHIPS EXPIRE ON JULY 5th - RENEW TODAY
MESSAGE BOARD IS AVAILABLE FOR SPONSORSHIP - WRITE FOR DATES
CYNTHIA CRANE'S LIVE PERFORMANCE CD AVAILABLE
WINNER - CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE MEMBERS' CHOICE TOP-10
NEW YORK CITY: THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1979 TONIGHT
*** FEATURED FESTIVAL EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: HAPPY HOUR WITH DAVID PELLEGRENE
PENNSYLVANIA: NEXT BOB'S BIG MONDAY SHOWCASE TONIGHT
NEW YORK CITY: D.C. ANDERSON'SONLY 2008 NYC APPEARANCE
>>>>>>>>>>EVENT CANCELLED<<<<<<<<<<
CHICAGO: MUSICAL MONDAYS AT THE DRURY LANE WATER TOWER PLACE
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
WASHINGTON D.C.: NEXT DCCN OPEN MIC NIGHT MONDAY JUNE 16th
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
CHICAGO: MONDAY NIGHT LIVE AT PETTERINO'S
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
LOS ANGELES: TORCH & MARX TEAM UP FOR WEEKLY BLUES JAM
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
LOS ANGELES: LES MICHAELS HOSTS OPEN MIC MONDAYS AT VERMONT
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: WHITE, HICKS & RITZEL UPSTAIRS AT STONEWALL
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: LIZ CALLAWAY IN "THE BEAT GOES ON"
SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER TO THIS SHOW!
NEW YORK CITY: BARRETT TAYLOR AT CATERINA'S TUESDAYS
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
LOS ANGELES: MUNDY ON TUESDAYS CONTINUES AT THE GARDENIA
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: GRETCHEN REINHAGEN'S HOW 'BOUT THEM APPLES?!
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
NEW YORK CITY: HAPPY HOUR WITH DAVID PELLEGRENE
NEW YORK CITY: ANY WEDNESDAY CD SHOW WITH KAREN MASON
CHICAGO: PAUL MARINARO TRIO NOW EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
LOS ANGELES: WEDNESDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM SESSION
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: DAVID PELLEGRENE'S CABARET FEVER THURSDAYS
NEW YORK CITY: SETH'S CHATTERBOX WITH GUEST TBA
*** FEATURED BENEFIT EVENT ***
LOS ANGELES: IRENE IS BACK ON THURSDAYS AT SIX AT ELEVEN
NEW YORK CITY: BRONWYN, BARBARA & JERRY OPEN MIC HAPPY HOUR
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: RICKY & KIMLEE WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
BOSTON: SANSOUCIE & WANDEL AT ENCORE ON THURSDAYS
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: THE CUBAN KID IS BACK IN CONCERT
NEW YORK CITY: DAVID PELLEGRENE'S AT UNCLE CHARLIE'S
NEW YORK CITY: TOMMY FEMIA IS JUDY ONE NIGHT ONLY AT MAMA'S
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
NEW YORK CITY: MARTA SANDERS PRESENTS "BUT ALIVE!
NEW YORK CITY: JENELLE LYNN RANDALL & SONGS OF NANCY WILSON
NEW YORK CITY: ANTHONY ESCOBAR AT LA MAMA E.T.C.
NEW YORK CITY: HOLE-O-MATIC RIDES AGAIN
*** HOTLINE MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
NEW YORK CITY: MACDONALD RETURNS WITH AWARD WINNING SHOW
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
BOSTON: BACA CABARET CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL MEETING
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
CHICAGO: SPIDER & STEVE AT KATERINA'S
NEW YORK CITY: NEW FACES FEATURED SUNDAYS AT THE MUSIC BOX
NEW YORK CITY: DIVAPALOOZA 10 BENEFIT AT THE BEECHMAN
*** FEATURED BENEFIT EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: MAC PRESENTS ANOTHER NEW FACE SHOWCASE
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: VICKIE & NICKIE WITH BRAND NEW SHOW
NEW YORK CITY: BIG NIGHT CONTINUES FEATURED COMPOSERS SERIES
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
NEW YORK CITY: COMEDY IS FIERCE & FABULOUS AT CAROLINES
NEW YORK CITY: "THE SUMMER KNOWS" WITH BILLY ROE THURSDAYS
CHICAGO: THE SPIDER SALOFF TRIO AT GREEN DOLPHIN STREET
NEW YORK CITY: NAT & KAT PRESENT "A TOUCH OF VENUS"
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $10 OFF THE COVER ***
NEW YORK CITY: RICK YOUNGER AT THE BEECHMAN JUNE 27th
BOSTON: CALLANAN & WARREN IN "FANCEE PANTIES" REVUE
LOS ANGELES: BETSY IS "BEWITCHED, BLOATED, AND BEWILDERED"
ST. LOUIS: ELSIE PARKER SINGS OF PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES
ST. LOUIS: LENNON IS MESMERIZED BY MERCER, MANCINI & MANDEL
NEW YORK CITY: OBERLIN SINGS SONGS OF THE WIZARD OF WORDS
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
NEW YORK CITY: DOROTHY BISHOP IN VIVA LA DIVA!
NEW YORK STATE: BRADSTAN "INN CABARET" PRESENTS LIZ CALLAWAY
FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING OF EVENTS CHECK OUT THE CABARET DIARY AT http://www.svhamstra.com/CabaretEventListing.shtml
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM/ABOUT CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE

18th BIRTHDAY SHOW JULY 9th - 2 TICKETS BECOME AVAILABLE
*** CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE SPECIAL EVENT ***
Tickets for our 18th Birthday Party on Wednesday, July 9th at THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER were sold out - but because of a last minute cancellation 2 tickets have become available. Plus there are still 4 tickets that were ordered but not paid for and they will be cancelled if not paid by midnight tonight, and put back on sale. So right now you can add your name to our waiting list with hopes of still getting a seat.

The party celebrates the start of the new 2008-2009 membership year which officially begins July 6th - the date in 1990 when the first CABARET HOTLINE (print edition) was published (we were first on the web with cabaret news - since 1997!). REMEMBER: NO TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE THE DAY OF THE SHOW! NO COMPS! Please don't call THE BEECHMAN - they are not taking reservations for this event.

Tickets are just $10 - but must be purchased in combination with a 2008-2009 membership: $30 for a SILVER combo; $85 for a GOLD combo; $250 CRYSTAL membership gets you 2 free tickets. Just go to http://www.svhamstra.com/thankyou1tkt.shtml to place your name on the waiting list - don't send a check or payment.

If you can't attend and want to send congratulations (or if you have a show or CD to promote) you can support the event by purchasing an ad in the program booklet - costs start at just $20. Just go to http://www.svhamstra.com/thankyou1prog.shtml . Deadline for ads is June 24th.

THE CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE 18th BIRTHDAY PARTY is sponsored in part by 2008-MAC AWARD winner Suzanne Carricco (http://www.suzannecarrico.com/ ), Raissa Katona Bennett (http://www.raissa.info/ ), MIRANDA MUSIC (http://www.mirandamusic.com/ ), Sandi Durell & Shari Upbin (http://www.timelessdivas.com/ ), Joyce Moody (http://www.joycemoody.com/ ), Eric Michael Gillett (http://www.ericmichaelgillett.com/ ), Joanna Mosca (http://www.joannamosca.com/ ) and Chelsea Hudgens (http://www.chelseasdesktop.com/ ) plus 2 additional anonymous sponsors.


ALL 2007-2008 MEMBERSHIPS EXPIRE ON JULY 5th - RENEW TODAY
Don't miss a minute of benefits - including that free page promoting your CDs, discounts on cabaret events & offerings, participation in MEMBERS' CHOICE events, listing & links on our membership and performer pages, discounts and rebates for banner ads plus regular MEMBERS' ONLY updates, announcements and offers.

2008-2009 CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE memberships, good through July 5, 2009, are now on sale (brand new members signing up before July 5th, when all the 2007-2008 memberships expire will get extra weeks on their new membership - current members who don't want to miss a day of membership should renew now). SILVER memberships still are just $20 - GOLD memberships remain at $75. And you can upgrade at any time for full credit! Other membership levels available. See http://www.svhamstra.com/Membership.shtml or click on the button marked JOIN HERE at the top of every page on the website for all benefits and details. We hit 478 members in the current 2007-2008 membership year (which expire on July 5th), and this year the goal is 500!


MESSAGE BOARD IS AVAILABLE FOR SPONSORSHIP - WRITE FOR DATES
The BANNER AD on the most visited page on the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website. This is the only advertising item that appears on this page - and appears at the top of this page whenever someone reads one of the messages as well. This page is actually visited more times each day than our home (opening) page! Cost of this exclusive placement is $95 per week for the first 2 weeks (there is a 2-week minimum) and then $75 per week continuous thereafter. SUPERSIZE banner only. In addition you may take advantage of your membership discount or rebate ($20 one-time rebate for SILVER members, 20% discount for GOLD members for the rest of the membership year, etc.) And you can take an additional 5% discount if you pay using a credit card and PayPal. Click on the button marked BANNER INFO at the top of every page on the website for information and pricing on all the sizes, types and styles of advertising available. Write for availability - some weeks already reserved.


HERE & THERE
Last week's "early summer" heat wave went, then came back, and then went away again and the next several days call for temperatures right around 78-82 degrees. A really big thunderstorm roared through Manhattan on Saturday evening, just as I was preparing to attend a cabaret show midtown. It was a bit unexpected - at least by me. I was waiting at the bus stop when it arrived, and talk about raining buckets! We see a lot of lightening in NYC because of the many tall buildings but this was a "light show" to challenge MACY'S when they put on their fireworks display in the 4th of July! And the wind was unbelievable (they said gusting to over 60 mph).

I have a route to just about every cabaret room in town where each one is sort of "weather proof" and I can remain under cover for nearly the whole way, either inside a bus or subway, or using pedestrian tunnels here and there. But for MAMA'S there is a minimum 4-5 block walk in the elements. My little $2.99 umbrella (yes, inflation has struck - they used to be $1.99) would be no match for this storm! So I turned back. Poor Daniel was not so fortunate - he was out buying me a "father's day" gift and got caught in the middle of it somewhere near the 5th Avenue APPLE store.


Just in case you miss it in the listings below, D.C. Anderson has cancelled his performance tonight at THE LAURIE BEECHMAN. D.C. has been on the road with PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and had this one short "window of opportunity" to do just one show in NYC before heading with the company to California where they will perform for the next nine months, putting his next possible NYC appearance some time in March or April. This is a particular disappointment to me, since D.C. is among the top performers in cabaret, is one of my favorites, and although based in NYC, his appearances in town are rare.


Just a little important information: Most cabaret venues require a minimum number of reservations in advance or they will ask you to cancel your show. They need to hire a staff for each show, and they require a certain amount of income to pay the staff - quite understandable. This is another important reason why, if you intend to go to a show, you should make a reservation. I remember a show several years ago where I was told when I arrived at a club, that the show had been cancelled - not enough reservations. So, with an hour to kill, I took a stool by the bar to relax. I watched as at least a dozen people (including two reviewers) were turned away - far more than the minimum requirement for this particular room. None had bothered to make reservations, and by this time the performer had already left, and of course no staff had been assigned.


Tracy Stark has accepted our invitation to be musical director for our 18th BIRTHDAY PARTY, sort of rounding out our list of performers. Actually, I have invited two more performers to take part in the show - both from long distances - but travel arrangements and travel expenses may prevent them from appearing. And speaking of reservations, if you can't attend an event but have made reservations, please cancel them if possible. There are two folks out there who have ordered 2 tickets each to the show but have not paid for them, who have ignored repeated requests for conformation/payment. That's four seats that might be available. At midnight tonight, if I have not heard from them, I will offer them for sale - check the website tomorrow. If you really wish to come but forgot to make a reservation, put your name on the waiting list and I will notify you if tickets are available.


I hope all cabaret performers and fans in the Boston-New England area get a chance to check out TODAY'S TOP STORY above regarding a combination Annual Meeting and Conference this Saturday at THE BLACKSMITH HOUSE. The leaders, movers and shakers of BACA (Boston Association of Cabaret Artists - http://www.bostoncabaret.com/ ) seem to be constantly "thinking outside the box" and I wish them great success in this event. I received the news a little late and wish I had a little more time to get the word out, but I will give it another plug in Thursday's issue.


Another cabaret organization that is doing its best to promote the art and artists of cabaret is CCP (Chicago Cabaret Professionals - http://www.chicagocabaret.org/ ). They are in the midst of a series of cabaret events called "Musical Mondays" at DRURY LANE WATER TOWER PLACE, the second of which is tonight. It is already sold out, as is the next show on Monday, July 14th (see below). In fact, in July they will be adding an extra performance date on Tuesday the 15th to try to handle the demand for tickets. As in Boston (see above) Chicago does not have the large number of cabaret venues that NYC has, but both towns have growing and active cabaret organizations, so both CCP and BACA have set out to create performing opportunities for its members.


I didn't mean to leave out DCCN (DC Cabaret Network - http://www.dccabaretnetwork.org/ ) - they too have a limited number of cabaret venues, and they too have sponsored cabaret events open to the public. In addition to their monthly open-mic events (there is one tonight at THE WAREHOUSE THEATER - see below), they will be putting on a series of shows in July in connection with the D.C. Fringe Festival, featuring the members of the organization.


Great news for all NYC area cabaret fans: Eric Michael Gillett will be performing a solo cabaret show here in NYC in July at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM - his first solo NYC show in over 5 years! I really hope you can catch one of his shows. His cabaret skills are without peer.


My good friend Marta Sanders is doing a show, also at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM, this weekend (Friday & Saturday). Marta is one of the most amazing performers in cabaret, and I know Daniel and I will be at one of the shows, and we are both wishing for a Spanish song (Marta lived in South America for several years, and her songs and stories from that period are incredible).


I only caught the tail end of the TONY AWARDS last night - I'm afraid I got caught up in a LAW & ORDER marathon on another station. Daniel stopped by to bring me my "father's day" gift and made me switch channels. Actually the gift was a replacement for my iPod shuffle which was stolen when Daniel got "mugged" in Queens a few months ago. Three guys jumped him and fortunately all he lost was his wallet, his cell phone and the iPod which I had loaned him for the weekend. It could have been much worse, but apparently they weren't carrying any weapons except a large rock.


Having a show or cabaret event? Is your show listed on the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website and/or the newsletter? There is no charge for your show to be listed - you don't even have to be a member! Remember, unseen and untold means unsold. You don't even need a press agent to prepare your press release - just go to http://www.svhamstra.com/PressRelease1.shtml and fill out the information as completely as possible.


Banner sales are really off this summer - even more than usual. Two of my longtime and faithful advertisers have advised me that they are dropping their ads for the summer. This is the reason for the BIRTHDAY PARTY event - we need to raise at least $500 in advertising each week to keep this entire operation viable. The party will raise about $2500 - or enough for 5 weeks of the summer. We are hopeful that a number of folks will also join as members during the summer to help us keep our bills, rent, web charges, etc. paid until fall when advertising picks up again. You support, membership contributions, and advertising bookings are all appreciated.


The CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website is undergoing some changes - it is impossible to start with a "clean slate" since there are already over 6,200 pages of news, views and reviews on the website and to reformat each and every page is neigh impossible. But right now the opening page consists of new items followed by a listing - as complete as the folks who send their news items in make possible - of cabaret and open-mic events all over the world for that day (it is changed to the new day around 9:00 am every day).

The left column now includes links to the last 3 or 4 newsletters sent out, plus a new feature: links to my reports and reviews on shows seen lately. There is also a new page in the review section where even more report links (I am adding a few more each night, hopefully going back to the beginning of 2008).

More changes are on the way - each change requires making sure that current links are preserved so it take a little time. Check it out - and ideas and suggestions are always welcome.


More HERE & THERE items appear at the bottom of this issue - last minute items that come in just before we "go to press" as well as a report on shows seen since the last issue.


NOW FOR SOME NEWS ABOUT CABARET
In an effort to cut down on "repeated" events, except for announcements of programs offered by cabaret membership organizations, and shows where guests change regularly, cabaret news items will usually appear just once in the newsletter in abbreviated form. Events advertised on the website will be mentioned in every issue, and events offering discounts to members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE are mentioned in every MIDWEEK issue. As with all live entertainment events, performers are subject to change without notice.


CABARET CD RELEASE NEWS & UPDATES

CYNTHIA CRANE'S LIVE PERFORMANCE CD AVAILABLE
WINNER - CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE MEMBERS' CHOICE TOP-10
Saloon-singer/story-teller Cynthia Crane mulls over life, love and wrestles with the difficulties of watching life get old while she remains eternally 27, "over and over and over again" on her latest CD "If I Knew Now (what I knew then)". The CD, recorded live, is loaded with with wry, witty songs - great melodies and smart lyrics by Jay Leonhart and Dave Frishberg - plus a pastiche including Harold Arlen, Stephen Sondheim, Johnny Mandel, John Wallowitch, Lew Spence, Clark Gesner and Frank Loesser. Officially released at THE BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE (66th Street and Broadway, NYC) in NYC in late October, the CD is available at the store and also available at http://cdbaby.com/cd/crane6
*** BANNER ADVERTISER ***


CABARET NEWS - DATEBOOK FOR JUNE 16th THROUGH 22nd
FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING OF EVENTS FOR THIS PERIOD CHECK OUT THE CABARET DIARY AT http://www.svhamstra.com/CabaretEventListing.shtml

MONDAY - JUNE 16th

NEW YORK CITY: THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1979 TONIGHT
*** FEATURED FESTIVAL EVENT ***
THE TOWN HALL (123 West 43rd Street, NYC - 212-997-1929 - http://www.the-townhall-nyc.org/ ) is pleased to present the final production of its 2007-2008 Broadway by the Year series with Broadway by the Year 1979 on Monday, June 16th at 8:00 pm. Broadway By The Year is created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel for The Town Hall, now in it's 8th season. After the first three sold-out concerts, Broadway by the Year continues its year of unparalleled entertainment with this last show of the season. Broadway by the Year 1979 is directed by Emily Skinner and choreographed by Noah Racey, who both star in the show. Terri Klausner and Jeff McCarthy also share the bill, in addition to many other stars that are soon to be announced.


NEW YORK CITY: HAPPY HOUR WITH DAVID PELLEGRENE
Piano bar host, vocalist and recording artist David Pellegrene can be found at the piano at THE TOWNHOUSE OF NYC (236 East 58th Street, NYC - 212-754-4649 - http://www.townhouseny.com/ ) on Mondays through Wednesdays from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. His acclaimed debut CD "At Your Request" is available at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/pellegrene *** SUPER SIDE-BAR ADVERTISER ***


PENNSYLVANIA: NEXT BOB'S BIG MONDAY SHOWCASE TONIGHT
BOB's BIG MONDAY SHOWCASE returns on June 16th (and every other Monday), at 7:30 pm at the STOCKTON INN (1 North Main Street, Stockton NJ - 609-397-1250 - http://www.bobegan.net/stockton-inn.html ). The show usually features 6 to 10 vocalists from the NY-NJ-PA area. Performers for for scheduled for this showcase include Jerry Wichinsky, Tina Margo, Lou Kady, Danielle Lichter, Alisa Graham plus the Cast of "Lullaby of Broadway" featuring Susan Whitenack, Kate Varley, Michael Traupman and more to be announced. Only $10 cover/$10 minimum. Serving dinner, from 5:30 pm.


NEW YORK CITY: D.C. ANDERSON'SONLY 2008 NYC APPEARANCE
>>>>>>>>>>EVENT CANCELLED<<<<<<<<<<
D.C. Anderson will be joined by collaborators Geoff Packard (acoustic guitar), Ritt Henn (acoustic bass) and pianist Deanna Witkowski on Monday, June 16th at 7:00 pm at the THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909 - http://www.westbankcafe.com/ ) in his only 2008 NYC appearance to sing from his new CD, OUR STORY, as well as bring back favorites from I AM STILL and BALLAD. There will be a few premieres as well. D.C. is a Bistro Award Winner (Singer/Songwriter) as well as an actor - currently touring with THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA as 'Andre'. There is a $15 cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum.
>>>>>>>>>>EVENT CANCELLED<<<<<<<<<<


CHICAGO: MUSICAL MONDAYS AT THE DRURY LANE WATER TOWER PLACE
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
Drury Lane and CCP (Chicago Cabaret Professionals - http://www.chicagocabaret.org/ ) present Musical Mondays at the DRURY LANE WATER TOWER PLACE (175 East Chestnut Street, Chicago, IL - 312-642-2000 - http://www.drurylanewatertower.com/ ) for three Mondays, "Showcasing the Best of Chicago Cabaret." The NEXT performance is on Monday, June 16th at 7:30 pm, "Those Were the Days: The Heyday of Chicago Nightlife" featuring Audrey Morris' tribute to Oscar Peterson. All about the great Chicago Clubs of yesteryear: London House, Mr. Kelly's, Gold Star Sardine Bar, Punchinello's and more. Mark Burnell is musical director, Anne Burnell is director, Chicago Tribune/WGN's Rick Kogan is host with Ava Logan, Bob Solone, Jeanne Lambert, Spider Saloff, Ester Hana and Amy Cole. Tickets are $25. Final show is scheduled for July 14th.


WASHINGTON D.C.: NEXT DCCN OPEN MIC NIGHT MONDAY JUNE 16th
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
The next "Open Mic" night of the DCCN (DC Cabaret Network - http://www.dccabaretnetwork.org/ ) will take place on Monday, June 16th at 8:00 pm at THE WAREHOUSE THEATRE (1021 7th Street NW, Washington, DC - 202-783-3933 - http://www.warehousetheater.com/ ) (signup starts at 7:30 pm). Everyone is welcome. These Open Mic Nights are a great opportunity to try out new stuff, take out an old friend, or just hone your skills in a friendly and supportive environment. Alex Tang will accompany. Cover is $15 ($12 for DCCN members).


CHICAGO: MONDAY NIGHT LIVE AT PETTERINO'S
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Denise McGowan and Beckie Menzie invite you to join them every Monday night beginning at 7:30 pm at PETTERINO'S (150 North Dearborn, Chicago, IL - 312-422-0150 - http://www.petterinos.com/ ) for "Monday Night Live, an impromptu showcase and open-mic for both professional and aspiring singers. Singers are encouraged to bring sheet music in their key. There is no cover charge but a $15 food/beverage minimum is suggested.


LOS ANGELES: TORCH & MARX TEAM UP FOR WEEKLY BLUES JAM
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Mark Tortorici ("Torch") joins Southern California Blues Great John Marx to co-host LA's longest running Blues Jam, (formerly at Cozy's in Sherman Oaks) at CLUB SIXTY-25 (6025 Reseda Boulevard, Reseda, CA - 818-881-4311) every Monday with sets at 9:00 & 10:00 pm. The club offers good food, drinks, smooth new dance floor and free parking. There is no cover charge.


LOS ANGELES: LES MICHAELS HOSTS OPEN MIC MONDAYS AT VERMONT
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Les Michaels host Open Mic Mondays every week at 8:00 pm (7:30 pm signup) at VERMONT (1714 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA - 323-661-6163 - http://www.vermontrestaurantonline.com/ ), with Ron Snyder at the piano. There is a $5 cover plus a 1-drink minimum.


NEW YORK CITY: WHITE, HICKS & RITZEL UPSTAIRS AT STONEWALL
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
STONEWALL INN (53 Christopher Street, NYC - 212-488-2705 - http://www.thestonewallinn.net/ ) has added another night to its open-mic schedule for UPSTAIRS AT STONEWALL, and tonight and every monday night you can drop in from 9:00 pm to 3:30 am and catch Teri White, Kimlee Hicks with Ricky Ritzel at the piano. The piano bar is accessible through the main bar room. No cover charge.


TUESDAY - JUNE 17th

NEW YORK CITY: LIZ CALLAWAY IN "THE BEAT GOES ON"
SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER TO THIS SHOW!
FEINSTEIN'S at the Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue, NYC - 212-339-4095 - http://www.feinsteinsattheregency.com/ ) will conclude their Spring 2008 season with the solo debut of Emmy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Liz Callaway on Tuesdays through Saturdays, June 17th through 28th. "The Beat Goes On" - her show featuring favorite songs from the 1960s - includes the music of Jimmy Webb, Burt Bacharach & Hal David, Brian Wilson, and hit songs such as "Feelin' Groovy," "Leavin' on a Jet Plane," "MacArthur Park," "Moon River," and "Downtown." She will be joined by Musical Director Alex Rybeck on piano, Jered Egan on bass and Ron Tierno on drums. The show is directed by Dan Foster. Showtimes and covers/minimums vary - call for information.

SPECIAL OFFER: SAVE $40 on two seats at $40 each (Reg. $60) or SAVE $20 off premium seats at $55 each (Reg. $75). Call 212-339-4095 and mention code WOODSTOCK or go to http://www.ticketweb.com/ and type in promo code WOODSTOCK


NEW YORK CITY: BARRETT TAYLOR AT CATERINA'S TUESDAYS
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
CATERINA'S (316 East 53rd Street, NYC - 212-355-5360) has added an additional night of piano bar, with Barrett Taylor taking charge on Tuesdays. He will be at the piano from 7:00 to 11:00 pm each week. Call for cover/minimum information.


LOS ANGELES: MUNDY ON TUESDAYS CONTINUES AT THE GARDENIA
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
MaryJo Mundy and Keri Kelsey host open-mic every Tuesday at 9:00 pm (signup at 8:30 pm) at MUNDY ON TUESDAYS! at THE GARDENIA (7066 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA - 323-467-7444 - http://www.cabaretwest.org/gardenia.htm ). It is an event where people can come and explore and try new material in a safe place where the audience really listens. A variety of pianists join in each week including Richard Berent, John Boswell, Brad Ellis, Mike Farrell, Ross Kalling, Scott Harlan, Shelly Markham, Michael Orland, Todd Schroeder, David Snyder & Ron Snyder. Call for cover/minimum information.


WEDNESDAY - JUNE 18th

NEW YORK CITY: GRETCHEN REINHAGEN'S HOW 'BOUT THEM APPLES?!
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
Catch a first viewing of Gretchen Reinhagen's brand new show, "How 'Bout Them Apples?!" at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ) on Wednesday, June 18th; Tuesday, June 24th; and Monday, June 30th - all shows at 7:00 pm. The show is directed by Barry Kleinbort with Musical Director David Gaines. It simply is a musical look at those pesky little things that annoy us, amuse us, or simply make us say "how 'bout them apples!" There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum. $15 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.
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NEW YORK CITY: HAPPY HOUR WITH DAVID PELLEGRENE
Piano bar host, vocalist and recording artist David Pellegrene can be found at the piano at THE TOWNHOUSE OF NYC (236 East 58th Street, NYC - 212-754-4649 - http://www.townhouseny.com/ ) on Mondays through Wednesdays from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. His acclaimed debut CD "At Your Request" is available at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/pellegrene
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NEW YORK CITY: ANY WEDNESDAY CD SHOW WITH KAREN MASON
ANY WEDNESDAY, the free in-store concert series that features the best in cabaret, jazz and theater music takes place weekly at THE BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE (66th Street and Broadway, NYC). Performances are at 6:00 pm. Appearing on Wednesday, June 18th (5:30 pm) Karen Mason, currently starring as Velma Von Tussle in the Tony Award-winning smash hit Hairspray, celebrates the release of her new CD Right Here/Right Now. UPCOMING SHOWS: July 30th, Scot Albertson; October 22nd, Adi Braun; December 3rd, Sue Matsuki & Edd Clark. No reservations taken. No cover.


CHICAGO: PAUL MARINARO TRIO NOW EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
The Paul Marinaro Trio will be appearing every Wednesday night at CLUB 3160 (3160 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL - 773-327-5969) from 9:30 pm to 1:00 am. Guest vocalists are invited to drop by to sing a tune or two. There is no cover, just a 2-drink minimum.


LOS ANGELES: WEDNESDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM SESSION
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Cathy Segal-Garcia Productions presents The Wednesday Night Jazz Jam Session at THE SPORTSMEN'S LODGE (12833 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, CA - 818-755-5000 - http://www.slhotel.com/ ). The jam sessions have been held every Wednesday night for the past 7 years! Guests are invited to get up and perform, singing or playing an instrument. No cover! Just a 2 drink or food minimum.


THURSDAY - JUNE 19th

NEW YORK CITY: DAVID PELLEGRENE'S CABARET FEVER THURSDAYS
Piano bar host, vocalist and recording artist David Pellegrene holds a special "Cabaret Fever" event on Thursday nights, at 8:00 pm, after which there is open-mic piano-bar until whenever at UNCLE CHARLIE'S (139 East 45th Street 2nd Floor, NYC - 212-661-9097 - http://www.unclecharliesnyc.com/ ). There is never a cover charge - just plenty of fun and song. David is at the piano here Thursdays with "Cabaret Fever" at 8:00 pm with guest performers and Thursdays through Saturdays with open-mic piano bar starting around 9:00 pm.
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NEW YORK CITY: SETH'S CHATTERBOX WITH GUEST TBA
*** FEATURED BENEFIT EVENT ***
2007 MAC BOD AWARD WINNER Seth Rudetsky's BROADWAY CHATTERBOX at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmama.com/ ) is usually presented on Thursdays at 6:00 pm. The guest for Seth's show for June 19th is TBA. Seth's weekly interview show always features stars, soon-to-be stars and folks behind the scenes of the musical theater stage - for just a $10 cover - 2-drink minimum. Best of all, all proceeds from the cover go to BROADWAY CARES/EQUITY FIGHTS AIDS (http://www.bcefa.org/ )! For details, see: http://www.sethsbroadwaychatterbox/ .


LOS ANGELES: IRENE IS BACK ON THURSDAYS AT SIX AT ELEVEN
On Thursday nights Irene Soderberg brings her unique brand of music - standards, swing, blues, and jazz to ELEVEN RESTAURANT & NIGHTCLUB (8811 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA - 310-855-0800 - http://www.eleven.la/ ). Irene is here every Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00 pm - stop by for dinner or cocktails (or both) and LA's Queen of Cabaret. For opening night on the 5th there will be raffles, free CDs and gift bags galore. Call for cover/minimum information.


NEW YORK CITY: BRONWYN, BARBARA & JERRY OPEN MIC HAPPY HOUR
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Bronwyn Rucker and Barbara Mundy host "Happy Hour Performance Salon" on Wednesdays from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at RITA MAE'S (531 Hudson Street, NYC - 212-929-3343 - http://www.rubyfruitnyc.com/ ), with the amazing Jerry Scott at the piano and special guests. No cover charge and just a $10 food/drink minimum.


NEW YORK CITY: RICKY & KIMLEE WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Kimlee Hicks and Ricky Ritzel entertain with open-mic on Wednesdays & Thursdays from 5:00 to 9:00 pm at "New York's Best Kept Secret Piano Bar" Upstairs at the historic Greenwich Village Landmark, STONEWALL INN (53 Christopher Street, NYC - 212-488-2705 - http://www.thestonewallinn.net/ ). The piano bar is accessible through the main bar room - where Village icon Tree tends bar. No cover charge.


BOSTON: SANSOUCIE & WANDEL AT ENCORE ON THURSDAYS
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
Steve SanSoucie, accompanied by Rob Wandel, present cabaret and open-mic from 9:00 pm to 12:30 am every Thursday night at Boston's famed ENCORE LOUNGE at THE COURTYARD MARRIOT (275 Tremont Street, Boston, MA - 617-728-2162 - http://www.encoreloungeboston.com/ ). No cover charge.


FRIDAY - JUNE 20th

NEW YORK CITY: THE CUBAN KID IS BACK IN CONCERT
Lucio Fernandez, nominated for a 2008 MAC Award in the category of New York Male Debut for his performance in the show "The Cuban Kid in concert", will return to DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ) on Fridays, June 20th, and 27th, all shows at 9:00 pm. Lucio will be accompanied by his five piece band, performing Broadway tunes, a few Latin standards as well as some of the poetry from his new CD. The show centers around Lucio's life story of being born in Cuba, his experiences growing up in "Jersey", and becoming a City Commissioner. The show is written by Gerard Karabin and Lucio Fernandez, musical arrangements by Mark Goodman, directed by Megan Fernandez, with musical direction by Robert Webb. There is a $10 Cover plus a 2 Drink Minimum.
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NEW YORK CITY: DAVID PELLEGRENE'S AT UNCLE CHARLIE'S
Piano bar host, vocalist and recording artist David Pellegrene hosts open-mic piano-bar until whenever at UNCLE CHARLIE'S (139 East 45th Street 2nd Floor, NYC - 212-661-9097 - http://www.unclecharliesnyc.com/ ) on Fridays & Saturdays with open-mic piano bar starting around 9:00 pm. There is never a cover charge - just plenty of fun and song.
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NEW YORK CITY: TOMMY FEMIA IS JUDY ONE NIGHT ONLY AT MAMA'S
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
Award-winning impersonator Tommy Femia's returns for one night only on Friday, June 20th to celebrate the start of "Pride Weekend" at 9:00 pm at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ). Tommy performs live, not lip-synch, and in this new show he'll be belting Garland's best-loved classics. Also on the bill are songs the legendary singer never got a chance to do. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum. $15 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.


NEW YORK CITY: MARTA SANDERS PRESENTS "BUT ALIVE!
Award-winning musical comedienne Marta Sanders brings her new show "BUT ALIVE!" to THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) for two nights in June, Friday & Saturday, the 20th & 21st. From side-splitting characters, to powerful heart-felt ballads, and authentic Latin classics, award winning singer; Marta Sanders delivers the all around cabaret experience rarely seen today. Musical director is John McMahon with direction by Kelly Briggs. There is a $25 cover plus a $15 minimum.


NEW YORK CITY: JENELLE LYNN RANDALL & SONGS OF NANCY WILSON
Jenelle Lynn Randall pays tribute to the great singer Nancy Wilson at the SHOOTING STAR THEATRE at the SOUTH STREET SEAPORT (40 Peck Slip, NYC - TKTS: 917-239-6690 - http://www.shootingstartheatre.org/ ) on Friday, June 20th at 7:30 pm; Saturdays, June 21st & 28th at 3:00 pm; and Sundays, June 22nd & 29th at 5:00 pm. The show, "You're Gonna Hear From Me" features such Nancy favorites as "Guess Who I Saw Today", "Hello Young Lovers" and "For Once In My Life". New to New York, but not to the stage, Jenelle Lynn Randall has performed in Broadway shows,"All Shook Up" and "Brooklyn the Musical". While working at the Blue Note in Japan, she sang with the great Nancy Wilson, thus beginning her journey with the pop/jazz artist. Musical director is Chuck Mymit. Direction by Imani. Tickets are $15.


NEW YORK CITY: ANTHONY ESCOBAR AT LA MAMA E.T.C.
LA MAMA E.T.C. (74A East 4th Street, NYC - 212-475-7710 - http://www.lamama.org/ ) presents Anthony Escobar in "B-Side & Bastardized", a mini-musical set to Broadway and Off-Broadway tunes. Joining Mr. Escobar on stage are Mel Alvarez, Logan Hunter, Kuntal Naik, and Jennifer Smolos. Performances are Friday & Saturday, June 20th & 21st at 10:00 pm, and Sunday, June 22nd at 5:30 pm. The show is written by Anthony Escobar and Leslie Timothy with direction by Mel Alvarez. Musical Director/pianist is Bartosz Hadala, with Oete Fedak on Guitar/Bass and Ben Fedak on drums. Tickets are $15.


SATURDAY - JUNE 21st

NEW YORK CITY: HOLE-O-MATIC RIDES AGAIN
*** HOTLINE MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
The 2008 MAC-award-winning team of Karen Mack and Michael Holland continue their "Gashole: Hole-O-Matic '08!" all request random pop show shows at THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 1-212-255-5438 - http://www.theduplex.com/ ) on Saturdays at 7:30 pm through July 5th. This is the show where the audience picks the songs & medleys that this super-talented duo perform - each week is a different show! There is a $15 cover plus a 2-drink minimum. $10 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.
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NEW YORK CITY: MACDONALD RETURNS WITH AWARD WINNING SHOW
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In her 2008 MAC Award-winning show "Come Back To Me," to be presented at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) on Saturdays, June 21st & 28th, Jeanne MacDonald brings to the stage a glowing celebration of Miss Peggy Lee, proving herself an artist with both the sensibility and sensitivity to convey the essence of this legend, weaving her spell with finesse. Jeanne is joined by multi-award winning arranger, songwriter and musical director Rick Jensen, Latin Grammy nominated percussionist Mayra Casales and internationally acclaimed bassist Jennifer Vincent. MacDonald has earned extensive recognition for her performances both in and out of New York City. She was the 2008 MAC Award Winner for Female Vocalist and 2008 NY Nightlife Finalist, both of which she previously received in 2004. She has earned both the BACK STAGE Bistro and the MAC Hanson Awards, and while performing on the stage at Jazz at Lincoln Center in 2005, Jeanne was presented with the coveted Julie Wilson Award for excellence in cabaret. There is a $20 cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum. $15 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.
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BOSTON: BACA CABARET CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL MEETING
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
BACA (Boston Association of Cabaret Artists - http://www.bostoncabaret.com/ ) is combining its annual meeting on Saturday, June 21st at THE BLACKSMITH HOUSE (56 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA), with a half-day cabaret conference that features two workshops each hour from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The workshops are preceded by a welcome and introduction to the day at 9:45 am and followed by a 1/2 hour annual meeting at 1:00 pm where the new BACA Board will be announced and introduced, an members will receive an update of BACA Board Year, plus a future vision and roadmap for BACA. Cost is $25 - $20 for members of BACA. Information and registration at the BACA website.


CHICAGO: SPIDER & STEVE AT KATERINA'S
Spider Saloff with guitarist Steve Ramsdell will perform early dinner sets from 6:30 to 9:00 pm on Saturday, June 21st at KATERINA'S CLUB (1920 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL - 773-348-7592 - http://www.katerinas.com/ ). There is just a $5 cover.


SUNDAY - JUNE 22nd

NEW YORK CITY: NEW FACES FEATURED SUNDAYS AT THE MUSIC BOX
"David Pellegrene Presents: The New Faces of Cabaret" continues AT THE MUSIC BOX at BROADWAY BABY BISTRO & PIANO LOUNGE (318 West 53rd Street, NYC - 212-757-5808 - http://www.broadwaybabybistro.com/ ) On Sunday afternoons. Each week, several totally awesome singers rock the rafters in this fun-filled show, starting around 5:00 pm. This Sunday, David's show will feature more young, up-and-coming performers. $15 cover - $15 food/drink minimum featuring THE MUSIC BOX's eclectic menu choices including Nathan's Hot Dogs, White Castle burgers and Junior's Cheese Cake!
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CABARET NEWS - DATEBOOK FOR JUNE 23rd THROUGH 28th
FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING OF EVENTS FOR THIS PERIOD CHECK OUT THE CABARET DIARY AT http://www.svhamstra.com/CabaretEventListing.shtml

MONDAY - JUNE 23rd

NEW YORK CITY: DIVAPALOOZA 10 BENEFIT AT THE BEECHMAN
*** FEATURED BENEFIT EVENT ***
On Monday, June 23rd Joseph Macchia and his Diva's are back at THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909 - http://www.westbankcafe.com/ ) with DIVAPALOOZA 10, the 10th show of the ongoing series that pays tribute to the great Diva's of stage and screen. The twist is that the cast are all men. The evening will benefit Help Is On The Way Today, the not-for-profit organization founded by Joseph that helps and assists children living with HIV and AIDS. Proceeds from the evening will be used to send a child living with HIV to camp for one week during the summer. Scheduled to perform are Robert Fowler (The Producers), Stacey Todd Holt (Cry Baby), Peter Mac (Judy and Me), John Schaefer (The Golden Girls Liv)e and Fashion Emergencies' Leon Hall as well as Tom Gamblin, David Colbert and Lennie Watts. There is a $25 Cover Charge and $15 Food/Drink Minimum.


WEDNESDAY - JUNE 25th

NEW YORK CITY: MAC PRESENTS ANOTHER NEW FACE SHOWCASE
*** CABARET ORGANIZATION EVENT ***
MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets) presents it's next The New Face Showcase on Wednesday, June 25th at 7:00 pm at THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 1-212-255-5438 - http://www.theduplex.com/ ). Hosted by Rob Langeder, performers scheduled to appear are Kevin Dozier, Mel & El, Joyce Moody, Marvin Parks and Susan Winter. Musical Director is Joe Regan with Ritt Henn on bass. No cover for MAC members, there is a $10 cover for non-members, plus a 2-drink minimum for all.


NEW YORK CITY: VICKIE & NICKIE WITH BRAND NEW SHOW
"Vickie & Nickie's Sizzlin' Summer Spectacular!" will be presented on Wednesday, June 25th at 7:00 pm at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788 - http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/ ). Real life sisters, Lori and Lisa Brigantino play Vickie and Nickie in this offbeat musical comedy show. The multi-instrumental, singing suburban housewife sister duo come straight from the hills of Northern Minnesota to share their rise to "fame," their family stories and their own special take on the world today through original songs and pop tunes. The show is created and written by Lori and Lisa Brigantino, co-written with Carol Scudder with direction by Jerry Snee. There is a $10 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


NEW YORK CITY: BIG NIGHT CONTINUES FEATURED COMPOSERS SERIES
*** CABARET OPEN MIC EVENT ***
A delicious open mic gathering for the musical community hosted by Jennifer Wren and featuring the musical genius of Bill Zeffiro continues on Wednesday, June 25th at 7:00 pm at THE CHICAGO CITY LIMITS ROOM of the BROADWAY BABY BISTRO (318 West 53rd Street, NYC - 212-757-5808 - http://www.broadwaybabybistro.com/ ). This show is the second of the "Featured Composer Series" and features composer/lyricist Eric March. March will present his quirky and introspective songbook. He is a 1992 graduate of Tokeneke Elementary School, a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Writing Workshop and a Yale grad. His first musical, the critically acclaimed "Granola! The Musical" premiered at the 2004 New York International Fringe Festival. He is currently a pianist at Chicago City Limits and writes music and plays it for the sketch comedy group Pangea 3000 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. He is a contributor to The Onion and a staff writer on Comedy Central's Indecision 2008 blog. This groundbreaking performance series will unite new and established composers and up-and-coming performers in an intimate and relaxed setting. Incorporated into the open mic format, these artists will share their work and talk about the process of writing the theatre and cabaret music of today. If you have a song you want to try out, a show to promote, here is new newest hot-spot to visit. All musicians of all types and styles welcome.


NEW YORK CITY: COMEDY IS FIERCE & FABULOUS AT CAROLINES
"Fiercely Fabulous", an evening of fierce & fabulous comedy, takes place on Wednesday, June 25th at 7:00 pm at CAROLINES ON BROADWAY (1626 Broadway, NYC - 212-757-4100 - http://www.carolines.com/ ). The show features Keith Price - The Daily Talk Show Host of Out Q on Sirius Radio; Sidney Meyer - MAC & Bistro Award winner from 20th Century Fox's Headin' For Broadway; Ted McElroy - The Joey Reynolds Show; Mark McCombs - Bistro Award Winner - One Person show Bottom Feeders Banquet; JEFFREY JOHNS - from Stand Up New York; Jay D'Ercola - from The Award Winning "Poole Party" at Don't Tell Mama; Brian Fuqua - from The Big Apple Stand Up Comedy BootCamp Showcase; David Hodorowski - from Pickle Tickle and Fuze TV and is hosted by Michael Brill - 2007 MAC Award Winner for Outstanding Male Comic in NYC. Cover charge is $16.50 (reserve early and cover is just $10), plus a 2-drink minimum.


THURSDAY - JUNE 26th

NEW YORK CITY: "THE SUMMER KNOWS" WITH BILLY ROE THURSDAYS
Billie Roe's "The Summer Knows" will be presented throughout the summer at RITA MAE'S (531 Hudson Street, NYC - 212-929-3343 - http://www.rubyfruitnyc.com/ ) on Thursday nights, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm (2 sets) starting June 26th and running through September 4th. Joining Billie Roe on piano will be Jerry Scott. Other invited special guests will also perform weekly. Billie Roe is a singer/actor/playwright and has appeared as a guest vocalist with the San Diego Symphony in an evening of Cole Porter, as well as varied regional and local theaters throughout the country. As a playwright she is a founding member and Moderator at the Actors Studio Playwright Director Workshop in New York. There is no cover charge, just a $15 food/drink minimum.


CHICAGO: THE SPIDER SALOFF TRIO AT GREEN DOLPHIN STREET
The Spider Saloff Trio with Tommy Muellner, piano and Larry Kohut, bass, will appear on Thursday, June 26th from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at GREEN DOLPHIN STREET (2200 Ashland Avenue, Chicago IL - 773-395-0066 - http://www.jazzitup.com/ . Call for cover/minimum information.


NEW YORK CITY: NAT & KAT PRESENT "A TOUCH OF VENUS"
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $10 OFF THE COVER ***
The Nat and Kat Duo presents "A Touch of Venus" at THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 1-212-255-5438 - http://www.theduplex.com/ ) on Thursday, June 26th at 9:30 pm and Thursday, July 31st at 7:00 pm. The Nat and Kat duo, featuring songstress Natalie Wilson and pianist Kat Sherrell, presents a fanciful evening of Broadway gems from the '20s to the present. Follow these classically-trained beauties on a musical journey into the hearts of women making bold choices, with some surprising outcomes. With songs by the greats: Porter, Coward, Rodgers, Bernstein and Weill, as well as a smattering of contemporary treasures, these ladies will inspire you to giggle, guffaw, sniffle and snort, and just perhaps, contemplate the essence of woman. There is a $15 cover plus a 2-drink minimum. $5 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.


FRIDAY - JUNE 27th

NEW YORK CITY: RICK YOUNGER AT THE BEECHMAN JUNE 27th
The Rick Younger Show, a contemporary variety show with an old school style, announces it's eighth upcoming performance on Friday, June 27th at 8:00 pm at THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909 - http://www.westbankcafe.com/ ). The Rick Younger Show merges live music, sketch comedy and stand-up in an evening of parody, soul, and silliness! Company members include regulars to the show Marc Theobald (The Chappelle Show), Katie Northlich (Manhattan Monologue Slam National Champ), and Love Bucket, the show's six piece House Band, along with the gorgeous dancing "Rickettes." There is a $10 cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum.


BOSTON: CALLANAN & WARREN IN "FANCEE PANTIES" REVUE
"Fancee Panties" will make its World premiere at the STUART STREET PLAYHOUSE at THE RADISSON BOSTON (200 Stuart Street, Boston, MA - TeleCharge: 800-447-7400 - http://www.stuartstreetplayhouse.com/ ), on Friday June 27th at 7:30 pm. The show is a hilarious new 2-woman show starring Mary Callanan and Carolynne Warren. These two accomplished comediennes with knock-out voices, in their fanciest panties present a night of hilarious sketches, great music and a whole lot of fun. Written by Carolynne Warren, "Fancee Panties" is a 90-minute romp through the imaginations of its stars in a Second City-style musical comedy revue. Brian Patton will accompany the ladies on the piano. Tickets are $25.


LOS ANGELES: BETSY IS "BEWITCHED, BLOATED, AND BEWILDERED"
"Betsy is Back" at THE GARDENIA (7066 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA - 323-467-7444 - http://www.cabaretwest.org/gardenia.htm ) on Friday & Saturday, June 27th & 28th at 9:00 pm and she's more "Bewitched, Bloated, and Bewildered" than ever! Betsy Baker, with musical director Alan Chapman will present an evening of hilarious parody and funny memories in songs that are familiar but with a twist, and sentimental at the same time. Just back from her New York premiere at THE DUPLEX, Betsy is known by horror movie fans as Linda in the world-wide classic, 'Evil Dead', and can be seen in upcoming 'Brutal Massacre', a mockumentary, and 'Witches Night'. An actress and singer who took a long sabbatical professionally to study the skills of momhood and more, Betsy is excited to be back on stage and in commercials and films, and most refreshingly, the Cabaret scene. There is a $10 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


ST. LOUIS: ELSIE PARKER SINGS OF PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES
Elsie Parker finds the heat of Paris in the steamiest of serenades from Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour, Patricia Kaas and Edith Piaf in her show "Paris When It Sizzles" at CABARET AT SAVOR (4356 Lindell, St. Louis, MO - 314-531-0220 - http://www.Savor-stl.com/ ) on Friday, June 27th at 8:30 pm. A post of boulevardiers in tees sweat in their bentwood chairs at the Cafe de la Paix and along Ste. Germain, riding out the dog days with Pernod, the new Absinthe and ... Red Bull. Her lyric French is impeccable and her presence searing. But come dressed in layers - the climatisation blows cold air on the heat of the night. There is a $17.50 cover.


SATURDAY - JUNE 28th

ST. LOUIS: LENNON IS MESMERIZED BY MERCER, MANCINI & MANDEL
Debby Lennon brings her show "Mesmerized - Music of Mercer, Mancini and Mandel" to CABARET AT SAVOR (4356 Lindell, St. Louis, MO - 314-531-0220 - http://www.Savor-stl.com/ ) on Saturday, June 28th at 8:30 pm. Johnny Mercer, Henry Mancini and Johnny Mandel have, among them, created some of mid-century's most memorable music. "Mesmerized" is a celebration of their music and includes such great songs as Blues in the Night, One for My Baby, Something's Gotta Give, Skylark, I'm Old Fashioned, Moon River, The Days of Wine and Roses, Charade, The Shadow of Your Smile and A Time for Love. Joining Debby will be pianist Carolbeth True and bassist Glen Smith. There is a $17.50 cover.


SUNDAY - JUNE 29th

NEW YORK CITY: OBERLIN SINGS SONGS OF THE WIZARD OF WORDS
*** MEMBER DISCOUNT *** $5 OFF THE COVER ***
Bistro Award-winning jazz-pop vocalist Karen Oberlin, an acclaimed recording artist and 2007 Nightlife Award finalist for her recent show, "Like Love; The Popular Songs of Andre Previn," brings a new show to THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440 - http://www.metropolitanroom.com/ ) for one night only on Sunday, June 29th at 7:00 pm. The show, "Yip Harburg's Songs of Wit & Wisdom" with the remaining show presented on January 27th at 9:30 pm. Ms. Oberlin has loved Harburg's lyrics since she was a young girl. Harburg was an artist of extraordinary personal courage and compassion. In his lyrics, great humor, fantasy and serious social satire glow together like hues of that rainbow, and "The Wizard of Words" highlights his most poignant and delightful. Ms. Oberlin is joined by Tedd Firth, Musical Director and Sean Smith on Bass. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-beverage minimum. $15 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.
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NEW YORK CITY: DOROTHY BISHOP IN VIVA LA DIVA!
Dorothy Bishop, Diva of the High C's, makes a rare NYC appearance on Sunday, June 29th at 3:00 pm at THE ZIPPER FACTORY THEATER (336 West 37th Street, NYC - 212.352.3101 - http://www.thezipperfactory.com/ ). Join the uber "glamorous and campy" soprano, Dorothy Bishop for a magical afternoon of elegance, laughter and great music in her 2007-2008 hit show "Viva la Diva!". A resident of New York City, Miss Bishop has appeared with Hollywood Legend Faye Dunaway in the First Broadway National Tour of Terrence McNally's Tony Award Winning Play Master Class. She made her Carnegie Hall debut with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops in 2002. In 2007, Miss Bishop began touring internationally on the major luxury cruise ships across the world including the infamous Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Mary II Ocean Liners. Possessing the uncanny ability to switch vocal styles "on a dime" she has charmed audiences world-wide with everything from "Madame Butterfly to Dame Shirley Bassey!" With glamorous Parisian couture costumes, virtuosic vocals and a dash of elegant humor, you will be humming your favorite tunes and perhaps feel like a Diva (or a Divo!) yourself. Tickets are $20.
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NEW YORK STATE: BRADSTAN "INN CABARET" PRESENTS LIZ CALLAWAY
THE BRADSTAN NANCY LAMOTT ROOM (Route 17B, White Lake, NY - 845-583-4114 - http://bradstancountryhotel.com/ ) presents the second show of its final season of "INN CABARET" starring Liz Callaway on Sunday, June 29th, with shows at 7:00 & 9:30 pm. Liz Callaway made her Broadway in Stephen Sondheim's "Merrily We Roll Along." Since then she has appeared in "Baby" (Tony Award Nomination), Miss Saigon", the Lincoln Center concert production of "Follies", "The Spitfire Grill", and Andrew Lloyd Weber's "Cats." Call for cover/minimum information.


CABARET NEWS - DATEBOOK FOR JUNE 30th AND BEYOND
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WEDNESDAY - JULY 9th

18th BIRTHDAY SHOW JULY 9th - 2 TICKETS BECOME AVAILABLE
*** CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE SPECIAL EVENT ***
Tickets for our 18th Birthday Party on Wednesday, July 9th at THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER were sold out - but because of a last minute cancellation 2 tickets have become available. Plus there are still 4 tickets that were ordered but not paid for and they will be cancelled if not paid by midnight tonight, and put back on sale. So right now you can add your name to our waiting list with hopes of still getting a seat. The party celebrates the start of the new 2008-2009 membership year which officially begins July 6th - the date in 1990 when the first CABARET HOTLINE (print edition) was published (we were first on the web with cabaret news - since 1997!). REMEMBER: NO TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE THE DAY OF THE SHOW! NO COMPS! Please don't call THE BEECHMAN - they are not taking reservations for this event. Tickets are just $10 - but must be purchased in combination with a 2008-2009 membership: $30 for a SILVER combo; $85 for a GOLD combo; $250 CRYSTAL membership gets you 2 free tickets. Just go to http://www.svhamstra.com/thankyou1tkt.shtml to place your name on the waiting list - don't send a check or payment.


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ABOUT CABARET NEWS IN THE NEWSLETTER AND ON THE WEBSITE
How do you get an item posted in the CABARET NEWS section of the CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE website, in the DATEBOOK/DIARY and in the twice-weekly newsletter? Just e-mail a press release of at least four or five paragraphs, giving the complete information on your show, CD release or other cabaret related event. Include photos in jpg or gif format if available. Please send complete information - and do not merely e-mail a copy of your flier or a reference to a website. If you don't have a press release, just click here: http://www.svhamstra.com/PressRelease1.shtml and fill out the information as completely as possible - or use the items asked for as a guide to the information I need. Just send in your press release or listings request in simple txt format if possible, and send any photos as attachments, not imbedded within the e-mail. The more information the better.

Because of the large number of items received, we can only use news of event just once, so we try not to get too far ahead in the news. There are a few exceptions to the "just once" rule: If the event is advertised on the website it will be repeated in every issue of the newsletter; If the event offers a discount to members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE it will be included in each MID-WEEK issue of the newsletter; Major benefits where ALL proceeds are given to the charity named will be mentioned in every issue as well as major cabaret events like cabaret festivals and galas; We also include at least once each week those regular (monthly, weekly, etc.) events with guests who change each performance, like SETH'S BROADWAY CHATTERBOX, BOB EGAN'S MONDAY SHOWCASE and the like.


MORE "HERE & THERE"

All 85 folks who bought tickets to our "SOLD OUT" 18th Birthday Party also joined as 2008-2009 members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE - and several others who couldn't come to the show have joined in the past few weeks as well (2008-2009 memberships went on sale on May 5th). That means nearly 100 folks have already joined for the new year! If you are among those who already joined, thanks for your support!

All 2007-2008 memberships expire on July 5th, 2008 - less than 3 weeks from now. I don't want current members or new members to miss one day of membership benefits. Just click on the button marked JOIN HERE at the top of any page of the website to see all the levels and benefits of memberships that are available (or click on this link: http://www.svhamstra.com/Membership.shtml ). Then just click on the PayPal button of your choice (SILVER, GOLD, SPECIAL) for "one-click" signup. Your membership donations, along with banner ad sales, are what keeps this while operation going. Your support is very much needed - and very much appreciated!


I did get to catch three cabaret events since the Thursday issue went out - the first being last Thursday, the 12th, at DON'T TELL MAMA at 6:30 pm. The show was "Grace Notes: a Singers' Soiree" hosted by Grace Cosgrove, and presented monthly. Joining Grace were Eric Michael Gillett, Melanie Vaughan, Maureen Kelley Stewart, Aaron Lee Battle, newcomer Jessica Park and surprise guest Sheera Ben-David (who opens tomorrow night at THE OAK ROOM AT THE ALGONQUIN). All this for a $15 cover! Grace is giving performers a marvelous opportunity to try out new material as well as reach new audiences. The talent on stage for this show were all amazing - including the "newcomer" (Grace promises at least one newcomer each show). The room was packed - so much so that at times it was next to impossible for performers and their musical directors to make it to the stage. Another disruption was the late arrival of several audience members, even though the show itself started about 15 minutes late. But with the quality of the performers - and the performances, this show was fantastic, and I look forward to the rest of the shows in this series. Mike Kalbo, the new owner of MAMA'S, was in the room at the start of the show and I could not resist mentioning to him how many cabaret stars would be appearing in the next hour in this room - and much credit goes to Mike and also to booking manager Sidney Myer who have revitalized this 25-year old cabaret venue to even beyond its glory days of yore. Next show is on Tuesday, July 15th - the announced cast includes, in addition to Ms. Cosgrove and Mr. Gillett, Anna Bergman, vocal group Mama Said, Adam Alexander and newcomer Lawrence Florek, plus another surprise guest.


I'm glad that a few days have passed since I saw the next show on my "shows seen" list. It was also at DON'T TELL MAMA, on Friday night, June 13th at 9:00 pm. You see, I was just a bit disappointed that more of the regular NYC cabaret crowd was not around to catch Lucio Fernandez' "The Cuban Kid in Concert." More fun you could not pack into 75 minutes. With a great Cuban-style band (think "I Love Lucy") and the inimitable and unpredictable Mr. Fernandez at the helm, the show hit me totally by surprise. Expecting an evening of Spanish songs with lots of sambas, rumbas and salsas, it was mostly showtunes! (But with a Cuban twist!). Multi-talented Lucio is not just a singer, not just a poet (CDs of his original poetry are given away after the show), but he also happens to be a commissioner for a town in New Jersey, a member of the school board and very active in local and state politics. But most of all, he is wildly and uncontrollably entertaining! The show had more twists, turns and surprises than a Law & Order plot, with even the band at times going off on its own to spite some comment made towards them. Claiming to be humble and shy, this Cuban kid was instead bold and proud - going into areas that other cabaret performers might fear to tread. The show will be presented for the next two Fridays in June, the 20th & 27th. Make that reservation, grab a table, order a cuba libre (happens to be my favorite drink and Randy makes the best) and enjoy.


After the show I walked down Ninth Avenue to 42nd Street and THE LAURIE BEECHMAN for another episode of AFTER PARTY. It was "Wicked Night" with several members of the cast of WICKED (past and present) taking part. Normal host Brandon Cutrell was away in the Midwest along with normal musical director Ray Felman (how I could use the word normal connected to either of these two defies explanation). Instead Tracy Stark was at the piano and Marty Thomas (currently in the cast of XANADU was co-host along with the very normal Alysha Umphress. OK, Alysha is exceptional, not just normal. I got there at 10:45 pm, the show got going around 11:00 pm, Daniel arrived at 11:30 pm and we were there until nearly 1:00 am. Mr. Thomas did an delightful job of filling in for the absent Mr. Cutrell - although their hosting styles are quite different. Once again one cannot help bing impressed by the wealth of young talent on this town! One high point of the evening was the appearance of Jennie Lynn Randall, who is performing a Nancy Wilson revue this weekend and next at a venue formerly unknown to me - The SHOOTING STAR THEATRE located at the South Street Seaport (see details above). By the way, Daniel and I enjoyed "Tower #3" from the selection of towered treats offered at THE BEECHMAN. Delicious! AFTER PARTY takes place starting around 10:45 pm every Friday night at THE LAURIE BEECHMAN - I have no idea what time it goes on until - but have heard rumors.


I must admit, I don't read books and magazines much anymore. The reason is "physical." For most of my life I have been slightly nearsighted, making reading a joy. Then just after college I discovered I was very nearsighted, and was fitted with glasses so I could drive, etc. Reading was still a joy because I could do so without the glasses. But lately I discover I don't need the glasses anymore - except for reading (a different prescription to be sure). So I don't read books much. The other day, however, I received a book in the mail that I have found interesting, informative and most fascinating. The name of the book is ACTING SONGS and is written by David Brunetti - a name quite familiar to cabaret folks in this town. While it is written more particularly to musical theater than cabaret, there is so much information in the book of importance to both I most highly recommend it. And not simply to performers! I learned more about the performance side of musical theater (and cabaret) in the first 10 pages or so than I would ever imagine possible. It isn't a book about "technique" but a very practical, well written and most informative handbook for preparing one's self as a singer. Go to http://www.actingsongs.com/ for ordering information.

By the way, this is not a treatise - it is a book that everyone will enjoy - even Daniel picks it up to read when he drops by and I am too busy at that moment to converse with him. In fact, when he is here, he calls it his book.


Most distressing: Sometimes I have to go to a performer's (and sometimes a venue's) website to find a bit of missing information for an item I am writing, only to discover that the website is hopelessly out of date! One I went to this morning was listing a show from 2 years ago on the opening page as their next performance! And don't even talk to be about MySpace - I find the page layouts confusing and at times far to "busy" with star-bursts, rotating icons, etc. to be able to comprehend. There are times when the internet dis-informs as well as informs.


Once again I tried to cover all the new cabaret related news items in the listing section above - items from previous newsletters can be found in the DIARY/DATEBOOK section on the website at http://www.svhamstra.com/CabaretEventListing.shtml . If your news item has not yet appeared it could be because we haven't reached your "performance week yet" - we try to write of events taking place in the next 3 weeks or so. Items only appear once in the newsletter (unless it is a regular event featuring different performers each week, a banner advertiser, a benefit, or offers a CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE discount).


With D.C. Anderson's show cancelled for tonight, I have to go over my schedules to see what else is out there. Tomorrow night I have a reservation for Kevin Dozier's show at MAMA's and Wednesday night for Gretchen Reinhagen in the same venue. Friday is set aside for Tommy Femia's JUDY LIVE! show also at MAMA'S at 9:00 pm.


And that is just about the way it was.

Until Thursday, then.

Hugs & Stuff,

STU

 


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