Monday Off (Raymond Sage, Hilary Gardner, Amy Cervini and Richard Roland) was formed in 1999 while the four original members were appearing in the National Tour of Titanic. The quartet chose the name Monday Off as a nod to the theatre's "dark" night - the one night of the week that Broadway theatres do not have performances. In the following six years the group has appeared twice at Carnegie Hall with the famous New York Pops, in Manhattan nightclubs, jazz festivals across the country, on the Broadway stage and on national television.
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