Thursday, May 21st at 7:00pm
Tevi Eber is a composer and
performer. He has written music for the theater and the concert hall,
and often performs as a singer, pianist, conductor, and music director.
Thursday, May 21st at 9:30pm
Stand Up comedy
Friday, May 22nd at 7:00pm
Ben Rimalower’s addiction to spending beyond his means has driven him
to extreme lengths all his life. In BAD WITH MONEY he charts his sometimes hilarious, sometimes harrowing struggle to
overcome his problem—or get rich trying.
Friday, May 22nd at 9:30pm
New York based Franco/American/Japanese performance group is a gripping
threat. Featuring the incredible Danny Tunick, Takuya Nakamura Stuart
Popejoy and Christian Dautresme
Saturday, May 23rd at 7:00pm
Tyler Modèle has exploded onto the New York City Pop scene with an
inescapable force. A graduate from Pepperdine University in Vocal Music
and Theatre, Tyler Modèle is a cut above the rest. His unique blend of
dance, electronica, pop and his distinct singing are infectious.
Cole Escola is the First Gay President
Saturday, May 23rd at 9:30pm
Comedian, writer, and mega-talent Cole Escola creates and performs a
brand-new evening of sketches and characters every month in his live
solo show that has continued to sell out since last November. I
Monday, May 25th at 7:00pm
Pianist Robert Fleitz’s repertoire combines bold works by living composers with rare corners of the standard repertory.
Tuesday, May 26th at 7:00pm
month the cast of the JULIANA PROJECT performs a number of chapters
from the novel, JULIANA, in a way that is similar to a mini-series. In
each “episode” the story is brought to life as the actors recreate
scenes from 1940s New York.
Tuesday, May 26th at 9:30pm
Born out of a fiery feminist agenda The Ruby Darlings give an outrageously honest yet totally sexy look at life with a vagina.
Wednesday, May 27th at 7:00pm
Raconteur and dark Humorist Thomas
Honeck charms his audience with stories and songs of hilarity and
heartache. Its a thought-provoking and unique look at life through the
eyes of death. You just might see life in a whole new light.
Wednesday, May 27th at 9:30pm
An evening of young and upcoming singers making their New York City singing debut.
Singing Ted Callahan (and Other Songs) - Amy Spalding
Thursday, May 28th at 7:00pm
Amy Spalding is a professional author, not a professional singer, but that's no longer going to hold back her dream of starring in her own cabaret show!
Thursday, May 28th at 9:30pm
comedy cabaret duo, Ruby and Darling, supported by their divine
pianist, David, offer guidance on self-pleasuring tactics, celebrate
pubic hair through the medium of rap and tip into uncharted sexual
territory with their unassuming audience.
Friday, May 29th at 7:00pm
Micah is turning 30 and thought what a better way to celebrate his
birthday than with his first New York City concert. He perform some of
his favorite songs and also share a retelling of the road he took to
eventually arrive in this part of his life and his future hope for the
next 30 years.
Friday, May 29th at 9:30pm
London Cabaret Award Nominees for Best Musical Variety,
Saturday, May 30th at 7:00pm
darkly comic Ruby Darlings are committed to making women feel
empowered, men feel educated and generally everyone having a naughty
Sunday, May 31st at 4:30pm
This is a small group of 4 performers from our larger group of 10
called Opera GoLightly. The performers are: Bill Lewis,
accompanist/singer, Janette Goleme, singer, Lindsay Adkins,
singer/dancer, Randy Pradera/singer.
Sunday, May 31st at 9:30pm
Following its triumphant 14-month run in New York
(initially starring author Ben Rimalower and later, two-time Tony
Award-nominee Robin De Jesus) and it has also played to packed houses in
Australia (Official Selection, Adelaide Cabaret Festival), Boston,
Berlin, Glasgow, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami Beach, San Francisco, San
Diego, Berkeley, Baltimore, Provincetown and the Fire Island Pines,
as well as being personally selected by Artistic Director John McDaniel
for the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center' Summer Cabaret & Performance