Megan Hilty and More Set for Cabaret, Broadway and Comedy Lineup at Joe's Pub, Now thru 7/28
Joe's Pub at the Public has announced its cabaret, Broadway and comedy acts today, April 21-July 28, 2013, including: Lindsay Mendez and Michael Holland, Leslie Kritzer, Megan Hilty, Bridget Everett, Song of a Convalescent Ayn Rand, Paul Oakley Stovall and Brad Simmons, NYU Tisch Presents, Blake Pfeil, Storm Large, Nicole Henry, Erin Markey, Joey Arias, Taylor Mac, William Blake, Moments with Ravi, Natalie Joy Johnson, Champagne Jerry, Wau Wau Sisters, The Georges, Pam Ann: Cockpit, Missi Pyle, John Kelly, Tori Scott, Murray Hill and Vagabond Opera.
April 21 at 9:30 PM
Broadway's Lindsay Mendez and Michael Holland team up to celebrate America's true favorite pastime with "You're Gonna Hate This," a fast-paced original revue featuring new songs by Holland. Crossing, blurring and deliberately smearing the lines of pop, rock, jazz, gospel, and even (gasp) musical theatre, the show explores all the stuff we love to hate-and does so with a 6-piece band. Come hate everything with us (you know you want to). "Anyone who loves the lyrics of Tom Lehrer, Ira Gershwin and Gilbert and Sullivan will revel in the rhymes created by Michael Holland." - New York Times
April 22, 29 at 9:30 PM
May 4 at 11:30 PM
May 13 9:30 PM
Before Lena Dunham became Jesus. Before anyone cared about your Facebook status. Before Russell Crowe ruined Les Mis. There was KRITZER. Welcome to 1995, where a teenaged Jew-rican musical theatre addict's life is about to be turned upside down in a tour-de-force one-woman comedy starring Broadway favorite Leslie Kritzer (Elf, Legally Blonde, A Catered Affair, Sondheim on Sondheim, Hairspray). Featuring a colorful array of New Jersey characters and a score ranging from Alanis Morissette to Jule Styne, Beautiful Disaster explores what happens when shit hits the fan and rebellion meets reality. Written byRandy Blair (Fat Camp, Spidermusical, Perez Hilton Saves the Universe) and Leslie Kritzer, Beautiful Disaster is directed by Randy Blair, with music direction by Vadim Feichtner (Spelling Bee, Elegies, Little Miss Sunshine).