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Life is an emotional journey! For award-winning singer/actress Vickie Phillips, it is a musical journey as well. Join her as she celebrates her birthday with her three songwriting heroes.
With the internationally acclaimed songs of Jacques Brel, Kurt Weill, and Charles Aznavour, Vickie creates miniature portraits of the wonderful life we all share. Through the words and music of these masters, Vickie tells us of the journey she is still on, and her deepest personal dreams. This show captures the charm, the intimacy, the tragedy, and the magic of life's great odyssey.
Vickie Phillips, winner of the 2014 Bistro Award for Song Interpretation, continues to be a familiar face on the Manhattan cabaret scene, as an award-winning singer and actress. This is the second time that this prestigious group has honored her with a Bistro entertainment award. She has been praised by the New York Times as "a performer who creates her own viable interpretation." Her off-Broadway credits include leading roles inMerry-Go-Round, A Safe Light, Far Side of the Moon, Musically Speaking, andTogether with Music.
She performed to standing-room-only audiences in concerts at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Her very first cabaret show received the New York Back Stage Bistro Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Cabaret." Ms. Phillips went on to be nominated for a MAC Award for her concept and performance in the musical revueAmerican Cabaret: European Roots.
Creating her role in the original Bob Ost cabaret revue Love and Laughter, she garnered praise from reviewers in Back Stage, Variety and the New York Post. Her show A Musical Journey: The Songs Of Brel, Weill, Aznavour & Blau, played the Queen's Theater on the Park, at Mama's, The Creative Place Theater, and the 78th Street Theater Lab. She has also gained raves at the Midtown International Festival.