Christiane Noll Plays Duplex March 7
The Duplex Cabaret Theatre welcomes Broadway and Cabaret performer Christiane Noll to their stage for a one-night-only concert event on Monday, March 7th @ 7pm. Tickets are $20, plus a two drink minimum, and may be purchased via Smarttix: www.smarttix.com, or by calling 212.868.4444. The Duplex Cabaret Theatre is located at 61 Christopher Street, in the heart of New York's West Village. No one under 21 is permitted, and credit cards are accepted.
David Budway will serve as Musical Director for Ms. Noll's appearance on March 7th. Her repertoire will include:
"Downtown" "Art is Calling for me" "West End Ave" "Something Wonderful" "When Did it All Slip Away" "Waiting for Life" "Golden Ram" "The Black Swan" "Everybody Says Don't" "How Lucky Can You Get" "Since I Don't Have You" "Museum Song" "Children Listen to the Wind" "The Sound of Music"
CHRISTIANE NOLL's Broadway credits include It Ain't Nothin But the Blues, Jekyll & Hyde (Original Cast) and Grease. Christiane also appeared in the first national tours of Urinetown, Miss Saigon and City of Angels, as well as South Pacific in Australia and Thailand. Her film work includes the singing voice of Anna in the animated feature, The King & I. Other Credits: Kept (dir. Scott Swartz), Mack and Mabel, Lizzie Borden & The Baker's Wife (Goodspeed Opera House), Take Flight (Maltby/Shire workshop), Carousel & The Student Prince (Paper Mill Playhouse), Kean, Little By Little, A Tribute to Kander & Ebb, Encores! The New Moon, Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series Frank Loesser, and Chess in Concert for BC/EFA. Ms. Noll has had the pleasure of singing with many acclaimed symphony orchestras, under the batons of such conductors as Marvin Hamlisch, Erich Kunzel, Donald Pippin and Peter Nero. Recordings include: Jekyll & Hyde, The King & I, Little by Little, several Broadway compilation albums, Christiane Noll A Broadway Love Story, Live at the West Bank Café and her most recent solo CD, The Ira Gershwin Album. www.ChristianeNoll.com.
Ms. Noll appears at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre as part of the ongoing Broadway Downtown series, which features performers from Broadway in their own solo concerts. The series opened with Barbara Walsh on January 31, and continued with Sally Mayes (February 7), Darius DeHaas (February 28) and Judy Blazer (February 28). Barrett Foa will close the series on March 21. Tickets for all performances are currently on sale via Smarttix.
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