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Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's

On Tuesday, July 26th, Sardi's was the setting for a most unusual benefit for The American Songbook Project, which is quickly gaining a reputation for the most creative benefits in town. Last night was no exception. Guests heard Tyler DeAngelo, author of "Learn Just Enough to Get Laid," read excerpts from his book, and each excerpt was followed by a song from the American Songbook which was related to that subject. For example, astronomy, cooking, magic, and construction were represented by "Lost in the Stars," "I Can Cook Too," "Witchcraft," and "I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise." These were performed by some of Broadway and cabaret's most illustrious men and, in honor of New York's recent Equal Marriage Bill, one spot was reserved for a woman. Singers included: Peter Gallagher, Jeremiah James, Christian Campbell, Robert Petkoff, Sean Harkness, John Malino, and Ms. Lea DeLaria. Lance Horne musical directed.

Each year The American Songbook holds a Name That Tune benefit where guests are encouraged to come in costume dressed a song title. Great prizes like a week in Paris and on the French Riveira are awarded by a team of celebrity judges including five-time Tony Award-winning costume designer, William Ivey Long, Casting Director, Tara Rubin, and Birdland's Cast Party host, Jim Caruso. This year Name That Tune will be held on Friday, November 4th, at the Hudson Theatre. Last year's honorees were Broadway director, Michael Mayer, and legendary singer, Margaret Whiting. This year their honoree will be Ms. Barbara Cook

For information, visit www.theamericansongbookproject.org.

Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Michael Putman Estwanik

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Tyler DeAngelo

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Peter Gallagher

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Peter Gallagher

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Peter Gallagher

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Michael Putman Estwanik

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Robert Petkoff

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
John Malino

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
John Malino

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Sean Harkness

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Sean Harkness

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Christian Cambell

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Christian Cambell

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Lea DeLaria

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Lea DeLaria

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Jeremiah James

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
Lance Horne & Jamie deRoy

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's

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Stephen Sorokoff Stephen is also the cabaret/ music and co-theatre editor of the Times Square Chronicles. He studied at the Manhattan School of Music. Besides being a pianist, Stephen’s business career was in the Fashion Industry. He was CEO of a textile manufacturing facility and President of an international textile machinery company. Stephen was on the Board of Directors of the “First All Children’s Theatre” which brought the Stephen Schwartz musical The Trip and Captain Louie to the Kennedy Center in Wash DC. His wife Eda, an interior space designer and classical pianist was on the Board of Barrington Stage Company and is still active at BSC. Stephen’s photographs, videos and articles appear on Broadwayworld.com, T2Conline.com and The New York Observer. He is active in the entertainment events at the Friars Club, where he is a member. email: stephen@t2conline.com


 
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