New Line Theatre Off Line Presents Adult Cabaret with SOME SONGS 'N' SH!T, 1/19
New Line Theatre Off Line presents a quirky, decidedly adult evening of cabaret, SOME SONGS 'N' SH!T, for one night only, January 19 at the Kranzberg Arts Center Cabaret in Grand Center, featuring the New Generation of New Liners, Taylor Pietz (Evita, Cry-Baby, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Love Kills, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson), Zachary Allen Farmer (Hair, Assassins, Urinetown, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Love Kills, High Fidelity), and Mike Dowdy (Cry-Baby, bare, Spelling Bee, Forbidden Planet, High Fidelity, The Wild Party), with music direction by Justin Smolik and direction by Mike Dowdy.
The evening will include "You Don't Know / I Am the One" from Next to Normal, "Little Mary Sunshine" from Reefer Madness, "Schadenfreude" from Avenue Q, "Don't Know Where You Leave Off" from The Sweet Smell of Success, "Falling Slowly" from Once, and other amazing songs.
For more information about the show and tickets, visit http://www.newlinetheatre.com/offline-cabaret2013.html.
In summer 2012, New Line Theatre, "the Bad Boy of Musical Theatre," created a new side identity called New Line Theatre Off Line, to be a framework for the New Line actors to explore other music and Theatre Projects, including New Line’s own unique brand of adult cabaret, musical improv, and other kinds of performance opportunities, as well as master classes, workshops, and more, headed up by New Line actor and Associate Artistic Director Mike Dowdy.
New Line Theatre is a professional company dedicated to involving the people of the St. Louis region in the exploration and creation of daring, provocative, socially and politically relevant works of musical theatre. New Line Theatre was created in 1991 at the vanguard of a new wave of nonprofit musical theatre just starting to take hold across the country. The company has given birth to several world premiere musicals over the years and has brought back to life many shows that did not do well in their original New York productions. Altogether, New Line has produced 68 musicals and 5 concerts of theatre songs since 1991. New Line Theatre was recently given its own entry in the latest edition of the prestigious Cambridge Guide to American Theatre.
New Line continues its mainstage season with the Pulitzer Prize winning rock musical NEXT TO NORMAL, Feb. 28-Mar. 23, and the adult muscial comedy BUKOWSICAL, May 30-June 22. New Line receives funding from the Regional Arts Commission, the Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation, and the Missouri Arts Council. For more about New Line, go to www.newlinetheatre.com/contact.html.
SOME SONGS 'N' SH!T runs one night only, Saturday, January 19 at 8:00 pm at the Kranzberg Arts Center Cabaret, 501 N. Grand Blvd. at Olive, in the Big Brothers Big Sisters building, just south of the Fox Theatre. Tickets are $20 for all seats and are on sale now through all Metrotix outlets, including the Fox Theatre and the Edison Theatre at Washington University, or by calling 314-534-1111. The cabaret space seats only 80, so tickets will go fast. This show contains adult content and adult language.
For other information, visit New Line Theatre's full-service website at www.newlinetheatre.com. All programs are subject to change.