will appear in an exclusive concert performance of her highly acclaimed show, "No Strings", on Monday, August 13 at 8 p.m. at Cape May Stage's Robert Shackleton
"No Strings" takes the audience on a wonderful trip around the world. This show is a warm, funny, heartfelt, and candid tale of Andrea's time spent traveling from city to city, and what that has meant to her as a singer, actress, wife, and mother. Highlights include: "Sunday in New York," "Two For the Road," "How are Things in Glocca Morra?," "Under Paris Skies," and "A Foggy Day." In addition, Andrea will recreate her celebrated rendition of "These Foolish Things."
was hailed as a "heartbreaker" by "People Magazine". "The San Francisco Chronicle" was "seduced by a temptress." "The Wall Street Journal" raved that an evening with Andrea was "the most immersive experience you will ever have." "The New Orleans Times-Picayune" said, "She sings so beautifully that you find tears stinging your eyes." She has created over thirty nightclub acts, has sold out Carnegie Hall
, Town Hall, Lincoln Center, and appeared in concert with numerous orchestras and at the White House. An acclaimed actress both on and off Broadway, in film and on TV, she has starred opposite Danny DeVito
, Woody Allen
, and Sir Michael Cain
e, among others.
Part of Cape May Stage's acclaimed Second Stage
Broadway Series, "No Strings"
run Monday, August 13th
at 8 p.m. at the Robert Shackleton
Playhouse at the corner of Bank & Lafayette Streets in downtown Cape May. Tickets are $50, and include an after party at the Wine Bar at the Washington Inn, Cape May's new hip, relaxing, contemporary meeting place at the corner of Washington and Jefferson Streets. There, you'll have a chance to mingle with Ms. Marcovicci and Mr. Weinstein, while enjoying delicious complimentary hors d'oeuvres and a well-stocked cash bar. Call (609) 884-1341
for reservations and information or visit the theatre's website, www.capemaystage.org
Cape May Stage's Second Stage Series is presented through the gracious support of Chris and Dave Clemans.