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Arriving home after a long trip ... Professor Chester Washington III, a renowned African American scholar, finds the door to his house jammed and his life’s work about to be put to the ultimate test. When Tim O’Connor, a white police sergeant, arrests him while investigating an alleged burglary at his home, two very different stories emerge. U.S. President Michael Rivera stages a meeting at the White House that launches the professor and the policeman on a profound, often sardonic journey that forces them to confront what they stand for and explore the possibility of meaningful change in a nation that's often divided.
Mediterranean Cruise: A Romantic Voyage on Valentine’s Day displays the talents of Leigh Barrett, Brian De Lorenzo, Mark Morgan, and Shannon Muhs, showcasing love songs from Spain, France, Italy, Greece and other romantic ports of call. Musical direction for these beloved songs is provided by Boston cabaret favorite, Michael Kreutz. This show has been rescheduled from Valentine's Day, due to the severe weather.
Holiday cabaret/musical revue starring Valerie Anastasio, Bradford Conner, Brian De Lorenzo, Tracey O'Farrell, Ben Sears, & Brad Conner
Cabaret/musical revue starring Valerie Anastasio, Bradford Conner, Brian De Lorenzo, Tracey O'Farrell & Ben Sears. "What Christmas Means to Me -- a Musical Revue" is a production that is tailor-made to "kick off" your holiday season. From office parties to book clubs, former high school or college classmate reunions to friends and family this "one-stop-shopping" dining and musical event is a perfect solution for your holiday gatherings. We do all the work for you so you can sit back and enjoy a night "out on the town" with your special guests, complete with fine dining and a professional holiday cabaret show. The Patriot Ledger says: "A snappy procession of songs and gags! "What Christmas Means to Me" flows easily from smart-seasonal monologues to sentimental caroling; the performers submit, to your approval, some fine hamming, and they sing with confidence, commitment and skill! Standard carols are blended with musical parodies. In between are sketches that aim to get at, if not the true meaning of Christmas, then at least a truer version than the consumerism-obsessed, pop-culture treatment most apparent during the holiday season!" The Mariner Newspapers says: "What Christmas Means to Me" is a heartfelt tribute to the holiday season that also knows when to put tongue firmly in cheek! There is no plot, just a series of songs, familiar and not so familiar, to take people's minds off the hustle and bustle of Christmas. They explore everything from parody ("The Twelve Days Of Christmas" audience participation contest) to the traditional (O Holy Night.") So if one is tired of trying to get through the endless lines to see "A Christmas Carol," the light and lively "What Christmas Means to Me" is a heartening way to take your mind off the holiday crush!" Conceived and Directed by John F. McDonald, Jr. "What Christmas Means to Me" is a bright and enthusiastic musical revue featuring over 15 "traditional" and "not so traditional" holiday songs and monologues. The show is rich in variety and has a consistently high quality of music with a superb cast of performers. But Santa wants you to know that this show sells out every year in September so don't wait to purchase your tickets as you don't want to be on the "naughty" list!
Birthday Tribute to Bette Midler Classical and popular music connoisseur Paco Ojeda has recently announced a unique series of birthday musical tributes celebrating important popular artists, to take place at The Palm Cabaret and Bar during the Winter and Spring months. Titled The Happy Birthday Series, each event celebrates the career of a particular artist on their birthday, through storytelling, live performances by special musical guests, and audio/video fragments that will provide attendees with a comprehensive account of each artist’s legacy.
Sounds Like: Frank Sinatra, Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Tony Bennett
Label: Cabaret Classics
Bio: Talent America's 2001 "Performer of the Year " Brian De Lorenzo has performed from Alaska to Israel. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Fredonia School of Music/State University of New York (SUNY). He has performed at venues such as The Metropolitan Room, Eighty-Eight's, The Encore, D...See Full Bio
: Upcoming show at Wakefield Unitarian Church on Saturday February 21st http://t.co/t9fAzj1XYo
“There are many wonderful young female singers performing in today’s cabaret world. Excellent male voices are few and far between. Brian De Lorenzo is on the small list of today’s great masculine voices. His new show, Sinatra, Tony & Me, is a carefully thought-out program of songs associated with Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. De Lorenzo’s voice is both strong and pleasant. His facial expressions, body language and excellent eye contact had me believing that he truly believes the lyrics that he is singing. His demeanor is easy-going and the patter is amusing and self-deprecating. He opened by belting “The Best Is Yet to Come,” followed by an exquisitely performed “Stranger in Paradise.” I was pleased by the attention that was paid to the verse in each of his selections. He swung nicely with “Day In, Day Out.” The excitement of “Luck Be a Lady” was emphasized in the Frank Loesser Medley. De Lorenzo, indeed, had rhythm performing “I Got Rhythm.””