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A new collection by the leading interpreter of song and worldwide acclaimed performer of Bob Dylan's work. Barb Jungr brings together her hardest hitting set to date of these two great music icons, featuring their political and philosophical songs in her contemporary arrangements.
Reinventing the -borscht belt- variety acts and pre-war cabarets of the 20th Century for the next generation of culture aficionados, Hava Tequila Nights is a new late-night floor show coming to NYC this Fall- presented by National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF], now in its 100th Season.
October 22: HBO star of "Russell Simmons Presents Def poetry Jam" Vanessa Hidary AKA The Hebrew Mamita is joined by the renown contemporary music international duo Shlomit & Rebbesoul.
November 6: International superstar Neshama Carlebach, continuing the legacy of her father, Rabbi Sclomo Carleback, whose lifestory has been musicalized in the Broadway musical Soul Doctor is joined by Josh Nelson, one of the most popular performers modern Jewish music. Opening the evening is genre defying singer-songwriter Avi Fox-Rosen.
December 10: Pop Cabaret artist Mira Stroika is joined by her rock band for an evening of lively and wildly entertaining music. Comedian and playwright Halley Bondy opens.
"Late nights in prohibition-era NYC you could find an iconic singer, Helen Morgan, perched on the piano at her club, relying too much on brandy and 'torching' until even the most hardened gangster wept into his beer."
2013 MetroStar Winner Lauren Stanford will bring Helen Morgan, to life in More Than You Know. Directed by Eric Michael Gillett with Music Direction by Mike Pettry, the play contains songs the chanteuse made famous, including Jerome Kern's "Bill" and "Why Was I Born." Stanford wrote the piece, described as a dramatic recreation of Helen Morgan's 1932 cabaret act.
St. Ann's Warehouse welcomes back The Tiger Lillies, the wondrously wicked cabaret icons, for a Halloween performance of deranged hits and new favorites. Nothing short of an international cult phenomenon, the Lillies fuse the spirit of punk with the passion of Left-Bank Paris and the savagery of Dickensian underculture. As The Evening Standard has put it, "A Tiger Lillies gig is a journey into wild emotion which passes right through melodrama and out the other side into bizarre beauty."