Award Winning Cabaret Artists Julie Reyburn & David Gurland Bring New Show to the Duplex in October

Together with musical director Tracy Stark (Leslie Gore, Karen Black, Phoebe Snow), Julie and David showcase their new duo show and their undeniable ability to cross all genres of musical styles by featuring a repertoire from the American Songbook to early 70's pop to Peter Gabriel to Stephen Schwartz. The powerful blend of their unique voices and interpretive style makes for the cabaret event of the season.

This summer, David performed Billy Joel's 52nd Street for two sold out nights at Mama Roses, as part of their "Under the Covers Series." In August, David played one of the leading roles in Michael Holland's and Adrien Royce's "Believe in Me: A Bigfoot Musical at the NY 2004 Fringe Festival. He received rave reviews for his performance, and the show was the #1 Fringe pick by The New York Times. A 2004 MAC nominee for Best Male Vocalist, critics have unanimously praised Gurland's voice and stage manner. Just last Month, David Hurst in Next Magazine said- "Looking relaxed and sounding fantastic, Gurland's edgy tenor voice lends itself perfectly to the pop-rock idiom."

Most recently, Julie appeared in Africa & Plumbridge – a new musical at the NY 2004 Fringe Festival, which won the 2004 Fringe Award for Best Music Score. In September, she was invited to perform her one-woman show at Where Eagles Dare Theatre as part of the 2004 Midtown Music Theatre Festival. In June, Julie's show, 'Abbey Road' opened the acclaimed "Under the Covers Series" at Mama Roses of which The Village Voice named "Pick of The Week". Julie is a 2003 Nightlife & MAC Awards for Outstanding Female Vocalist and 2001 Bistro & MAC Award recipient.

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