World Premiere Cabaret at Chenango River Theatre to Feature Music of Sondheim and Rodgers & Hammerstein on 7/28
Be the first to see the fabulous musical talents of Katie Zaffrann in this brand new showcase cabaret, sure to be enjoyed by hopeless romantics and commitment-phobes alike! Join this bride-to-be (getting married in Sept.) as she sings the bliss, beauty, wonder . . . terror, resistance and panic of being loved. Katie (who starred in Almost Maine 3 years ago) returns with Marry Me a Little, a cabaret exploring the emotional journey from "I love you" to "til death do us part".
The music ranges from Rodgers & Hammerstein through Stephen Sondheim to today's new generation of theatre composers. Known for her character-driven performances in contemporary musicals like Grey Gardens and john and jen, Katie brings her unique brand of storytelling-through-song to this light-hearted, open-hearted look at love, weddings and all the messiness in between. She is joined by the also-engaged (though not to each other!) Markus Hauck on piano.
Katie's Kickstarter funded musical short film NAKED, which she executive produced & starred in, has won awards internationally on the film festival circuit (info at http://nakedmoviemusical.com).
This show plays Monday, July 28 only at Chenango River Theatre, 991 State Highway 12, Greene NY (15-20 minutes from Binghamton). Individual tickets are just $12, with curtain at 7:30pm. The box office opens one half hour before curtain. The fastest way to make reservations is by email: email@example.com. The 24-Hour Reservation Line accepts reservations at any time at 607-656-8499 (TIXX).
CRT is the greater Binghamton area's only professional non-profit theatre company under annual contract with Actors' Equity Association, the national association for professional actors and stage managers in the United States - the same actors you see on television, in film and at major theatres across the country. Visit www.chenangorivertheatre.org for a complete schedule and more information.
Chenango River Theatre's 2014 Season is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.