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Introducing Sofia Sarlat for her debut feature at the club! Sofia will be performing an intimate cabaret show featuring some of the best Latin jazz in New York City.
Andrew Beall (composer of Song of Solomon) and singer-songwriter...and whistler Lauren Elder join Rev. Mary's merry band for Granny's Blue-mers' new show, One Hour Mama.
Rev. Mary Micari, a specialist of dirty blues and vintage songs with a filthy flair, is back again to bring you even more raucous, rowdy, bawdy blues, plus early rock and cabaret songs that will have you blushing more than anything out there today! Back in the day, censorship made singers and songwriters work hard to hammer out sexy lyrics, but under the cloak of double entendres and clever turns of phrase. Rev. Mary brings these songs back to life with a theatrical flair as she honors the women who wrote them. Prepare for a wild time and the hottest history lesson in...well...history!
Halloween Hullabaloo is a hilarious, fast-paced musical revue full of terrifyingly brilliant satirical skits and songs about insecure monsters, obese vampires, candy cornaholics, feisty pumpkins, and more.
Called funny, profane, and totally larger than life, Joe Moffa and Eric Tartaglione are those "only in New York" characters that would have had to be dreamed up if they didn't already exist. Famed for their work in the hit off-Broadway show Shut Up Sit Down & Eat, this duo is now taking the stage for an afternoon of hysterical dysfunction in Welcome to My Big Fat Dysfunctional Life. These two guys meet up at a ball game by mistake and their personalities hit a grand slam of funny.
Combining comedy cabaret with progressive political parody, Sandy and Richard Riccardi have over 15 million views on social media and will be performing at the beautiful Metropolitan Room on August 9 at 7pm.
Snapshots in Transit weaves a rhythmic poetic tapestry of five "seasoned" adult characters evaluating and coming to terms with love, life trials, family upbringing, politics, and honoring one's nationality in often dire and humorous aspects.
Snapshots in Transit was written, produced, and choreographed by Noel Nantambu Hall. He is a dancer, educator, published poet, and visual artist who is a veteran of the stage making his off-Broadway debut in Derek Walcott's The Dream on Monkey Mountain with the Negro Ensemble Company. He has also danced and taught internationally.
Snapshots in Transit runs every Sunday in October at 4pm.