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We're all taught anatomy and shown sexuality in the media, but what happens when those definitions and explanations are not enough? The Birds and the Bees: Unabridged explores the unique--yet interwoven--life circumstances of eight women and trans people forced to confront their own shifting identities, struggles, and confusions surrounding their own sexuality.
Through dialogue, movement, song, humor, and multimedia, the performance examines such themes as partner communication, sexual identity, the de-sexualization of aging women, today's "hook-up" culture, and sexual health.
If you missed Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli bring the house down at the London Palladium in 1964, you have another chance to see "Judy and Liza" perform live. Now in its fifth year, Judy and Liza Together Again! has been extended once more at Don't Tell Mama Cabaret. Internationally acclaimed entertainers Tommy Femia and Rick Skye bring the glamour, singing chops and plain old POW! to their portrayals of perhaps the most talented mother-daughter singing duo in all history. These Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) and Bistro Award-winning performers pull out all the stops -- singing classic solos, parodies and duets -- in a memorable tribute to unforgettable artists.
Nads is a laugh-out-loud ladies' night of fun that any fan of "guy candy" won't want to miss. Mix a little "Whose Line is it Anyway?" with a little "Magic Mike," then stir in some drink specials with a table full of your besties, and you have the recipe for a perfect girls' night out!
The men of Nads are all accomplished stars of the stage and screen, and by far the hottest men in comedy. The Runway Package will get audience members up-close and personal with the Nads as they make it all up on the spot and interact directly with the crowd.
Nads is hosted by the devilishly wicked Nicholas Sotack and his puppet Kenny, a self described ladies man who has the unfortunate disadvantage of being connected to a gay man arm!
On August 24, 2014 Newsies closed on Broadway. Exactly one year later, cast members from the hit Broadway musical will reunite on the stage of 54 Below to reminisce for one night only. Expect to hear songs of various music styles, stories and memories of their time with the show, and a few special surprises!