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Block, Espinosa, Runolfsson, Longoria and More Part of March Duplex Line-Up

New concerts and performances have been announced as part of the Duplex Cabaret Theatre's February and March line-up.

Gashole will be presented on Friday, February 24 at 7pm, and Fridays, March 17 and 24 at 7pm. "Karen Mack and Michael Holland are at it again," state press notes.

Anne Runolfsson, who plays Carlotta in Broadway's The Phantom of The Opera, will perform on Monday, February 27th at 6 PM as part of the Broadway Downtown series (for tickets call 212.868.4444, or visit www.smarttix.com).

Composer John Wallowitch will present his new show on Friday, March 3rd at 7 PM, while Jasper Kump will perform his show Sunday in New York on Sunday March 4th at 5 PM. "A new addition to the cabaret scene, young Jasper Kump shows off his ample talents."

Nick Cearley will come to the Duplex with The Most Overdone Songs Ever on Sunday, March 5th at 7pm. "Reviving his debut cabaret show, Nick sings hits ranging from Rent to Carole King."

On Monday, March 13th at 7 PM, the Monday Nights, New Voices series will feature two Wicked Elphabas--Stephanie J. Block and Eden Espinosa. "The celebrated series, featuring lesser known voices of the Great White Way, returns with two very special guest hosts."

Michael Longoria, currently on Broadway in Jersey Boys, will treat audiences to his show on Monday, March 13th at 9:30 PM as part of the Broadway Downtown series.

We Miss Nancy: The Storefront Sings LaMott will be presented Mondays, March 20 and 27 at 7pm. "The Storefront celebrates the life and talents of Nancy LaMott. A stellar ensemble cast interprets songs that became her signatures."

For reservations, call: 212.255.5438. For more information and to learn of more upcoming events, visit www.theduplex.com.

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