Monheit, White, Ripley, Hoffman, Jason Robert Brown and the Callaway Sisters Among Stars Performing at 2013 BroadwayWorld New York Cabaret Awards Show at Joe's Pub, 2/23
With just over a week to go before the star-studded BroadwayWorld Awards Show to celebrate the Best in Cabaret for 2013, reservations for this event at Joe's Pub on February 23 are going fast. Tickets for what should be an exciting night of cabaret will be $35 and $25 with a $12 food minimum or two-drink minimum per person. (Reservations are now made when tickets are purchased; it is no longer necessary to call Joe's Pub for reservations.) We recommend arriving no later than 30 minutes before show time.
Here's the lineup of 2013 BroadwayWorld Cabaret Award winners performing in the show from 6:30-8:45 pm.
Terri White (Best One-Show Special Event)
Jane Monheit (Best Female Jazz Vocalist)
Jason Robert Brown (Best Original Song for a Show)
Alice Ripley (Representing Best Variety or Recurring Series, Sondheim Unplugged at 54 Below)
Jackie Hoffman (Best Musical Comedy Show)
Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty (Best Revue)
Ann Hampton Callaway (Best Tribute Show, Best Duo or Group Show)
Liz Callaway (Best Duo or Group Show)
Susie Mosher (Best Host, Variety Show or Recurring Series)
Carole J. Bufford (Special Award for Vocalist of the Year)
Marissa Mulder (Special Award for Performer of the Year)
Nina Hennessey (Best CD Release)
Champagne Pam (Best Female Vocalist)
Jonathan Whitton (Best Male Vocalist)
Billie Roe (singing a number from her Lennie Watts' Award directed Tom Waits Tribute Show)
Other Award winners who have confirmed their appearance in the show are: Alex Rybeck (Best Musical Director), Ted Rosenthal (Best Band or Orchestra). In addition, Susan Winter will appear to accept her award for Best Director. Don't Tell Mama's Manager and long-time cabaret performer Sidney Myer will appear to accept a Special Award for "Dedication and Devotion to New York Cabaret."
BroadwayWorld.com's lead cabaret columnist and reviewer Stephen Hanks will host the show for the second successive year, with BroadwayWorld Award Best Musical Director nominee Bill Zeffiro returning again as the show's Musical Director/Pianist. Jon Burr will be on bass.