Blake Zolfo and Steve Schalchlin Bring 25: A PREMATURE RETROSPECTIVE to the Metropolitan Room

Blake Zolfo and Steve Schalchlin Bring 25: A PREMATURE RETROSPECTIVE to the Metropolitan RoomBlake Zolfo and Steve Schalchlin bring 25: A Premature Retrospective to the Metropolitan Room. Directed by Andy Gale.

25 year old Blake Zolfo, fresh from his critically-acclaimed appearance in John Kander ('Chicago' and 'Cabaret') and Greg Pierce's ('The Landing') Kid Victory joins 63 year old Steve Schalchlin (award-winning composer/lyricist/performer of "The Last Session" and "The Big Voice: God or Merman?") compare what it means to be "25 looking backward" and "63 looking forward" in 25: A premature Retrospective at the Metropolitan Room on Friday, April 21 at the Metropolitan Room at 7:00pm.


Zolfo will reprise "What's The Point?," his critically-acclaimed tap dancing number from "Kid Victory" and Schalchlin, accompanying him on the piano and vocals, will contribute four new songs to an evening of standards and contemporary songs.


Tickets are $20 plus $25 food/drink minimum. Available at metropolitanroom.com or by phone 212.206.0440.

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