Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 8/5/2007
Below is BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar updated on 8/5/2007. For the complete calendar of upcoming events, concerts, openings, closings and more, visit BroadwayWorld.com's Event Calendar.
Natalie Douglas @ Birdland - 8/6/2007
The series of Sunday and Monday night concerts beginning at 7 PM, presented by Jim Caruso's Cast Party and TheaterMania, features top Broadway stars and theater songwriters continues at the legendary Birdland, 315 West 44th Street, NYC. The series is presented by Jim Caruso's Cast Party and TheaterMania.com. For reservations call Birdland at (212) 581-3080 or www.Birdlandjazz.com.
Sunday, August 5 and Monday, August 6 - Natalie Douglas - Six time MAC Award-winner, Natalie Douglas brings her show, 'I Sing Because I'm Happy,' back to the Birdland stage for the sixth time! Douglas and her band of Broadway All-Stars, led by Avenue Q'sMark Hartman, bring a show featuring the gospel music they grew up with. A gospel choir will aid Natalie and the band as they perform traditional gospel tunes like 'Children Go Where I Send Thee,' 'Precious Lord,' and secular songs given a gospel treatment." There is a $25 cover/$10 food/drink minimum for Natalie Douglas.
The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing - 8/6/2007
Political satirist and pundit Will Durst brings his newest work, The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing, to New World Stages. Hanging Chad Productions presents the open-ended off-Broadway engagement beginning August 6; opening Wednesday, August 15.
"The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing is a 90 minute political comedy for people who are sick of politics as usual," states press notes "We laugh to keep from crying, right? And with a president, two houses of Congress and endless parade of presidential hopefuls making daily punch lines out of headlines, Durst has got the best joke-writers in the business working for him."
Will Durst in The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing begins performances at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street) Monday, August 6. Opening night is Wednesday, August 15. Performances are Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 8PM; Friday and Saturday at 10PM; and Sunday at 3PM. Tickets ($30-$50) go on sale June 25. Student rush tickets ($20) are available at all performances 20 minutes prior to curtain with valid student ID. Call Telecharge.com at 212-239-6200. For more information visit www.willdurst.com.
Pasek & Paul @ Falcon Theatre - 8/6/2007
Pasek and Paul will be accompanied by a full band as they perform their "own unique fusion of comedy, theatre and pop music. Special guests include Shoshana Bean (Wicked), Danny Calvert (Altar Boyz), and Chelsea Krombach (Wicked)," declares press notes.
Pasek and Paul are recent graduates of University of Michigan, whose first show Edges has been performed by dozens of colleges and professional theatres across the country and can now be licensed through MTI. Both are writers for Disney Channel's Johnny and the Sprites; and at age 21, became the all-time youngest recipients of the Jonathan Larson Award. Pasek and Paul have played sold-out shows at New York's Joe's Pub and Ars Nova and were recently named part of the "50 Dramatists to Watch" by Dramatist Magazine. More information can be found at www.pasekandpaul.com. The Falcon Theatre is located at 4252 Riverside Drive in Burbank, CA. Admission is free.
JoAnne Worley on The View - 8/6/2007
Television icon JoAnne Worley
("Rowan & Martin's Laugh In"), now starring as "Mrs. Tottendale" in
the Tony Award® winning hit musical THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, will sit down
with the ladies of "The View" today, Monday, August 6th in the 11:30
a.m. half hour. "The View" airs on ABC (Channel 7 in New York) from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST. Check local listings for airtimes in your area.
Avenue Q - Tour Begins SF - 8/7/2007
Avenue Q, the smash hit musical featuring a cast of people and puppets, will begin its national tour in San Francisco playing Tuesday, August 7 through Sunday, September 2 at the Orpheum Theatre. Avenue Q is the eighth and final show of the 2006-2007 Best of Broadway season
"Avenue Q, the story about trying to make it in New York with big dreams and a tiny bank account, features a cast of people and puppets who tell the story in a smart, risqué and downright entertaining way," states press notes. San Francisco tickets will go on sale in June and more information will be available at www.shnsf.com. For information about group sales, please call 415-551-2020. The Orpheum Theatre is located at 1192 Market Street at 8th, San Francisco
Buddy - UK - 8/7/2007
Buddy, the hit biographical musical about rock legend Buddy Holly, will return to the West End after a five year absence, according to Whatsonstage.com.
Buddy will reopen at the Duchess Theatre on August 7th for a run after beginning previews on August 3rd. The musical is booking through January 5th, 2008.
The production will be a transfer of the current UK tour, which stars Dean Elliott and Matthew Wycliffe (who alternate in the title role). London casting will be announced. Buddy previously ran in the West End from October of 1989 through March of 2002. Originating at the Victoria Palce, the musical transfered to the Strand Theatre (since renamed the Novello) and then to the Duchess. Since its London closing, it has toured in the UK and abroad.
Featuring the songs of Holly, the musical follows the fabled life of the star, who shot to fame as an icon of rock 'n' roll before dying in a plane crash (along with Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper) at the age of 22 in 1959. Buddy is written by Alan Janes and Rob Bettinson, the show's director. It features designs by Adrian Rees, with lighting and projections by Joe Atkins and sound by Peter Cox (for Thames Audio). Since its opening, more than seven million people are estimated to have seen Buddy.Constantine Maroulis - CD Release - 8/7/2007
Broadway and "American Idol" star Constantine Maroulis will release his debut solo album on August 7th, 2007. The albums is on the Sixth Place Records / Sony RED label.
Maroulis debuted "Everybody Loves," the first song off the album, on "The Bold & The Beautiful" on Wednesday, May 15th 2007. "Everybody Loves" is currently available on iTunes.
"Since his unexpected departure from 'American Idol,' Constantine has been hard at work, starring on Broadway in The Wedding Singer as well as in the critically acclaimed off-Broadway revival of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Inbetween, he devoted considerable time and effort into finding the right band, assembling a talented group of musicians that meshed into a cohesive and rockin' ensemble. Constantine co-wrote several songs on the record and songwriters who lent their skills to the album include seminal singer/songwriter Willie Nile; Angie Aparo (Faith Hill); Marcel (Rascal Flatts); and Grammy nominated, Kevin Kadish (Jason Mraz)," state press materials. Maroulis recently became a featured star on The Bold and The Beautiful, which throughout his thirteen-week stint, will incorporate the star's music.
Annie - Music Circus - 8/7/2007
California Musical Theatre has announced its 2007 Music Circus season with seven large-scale musical productions and seasoned Broadway veterans helming casts! The 2007 Music Circus season is performed at the Wells Fargo Pavilion located at 1419 H Street in Sacramento, CA. Tickets are available at the box office, by phone 916-557-1999 or toll-free 800-225-2277. For more information, visit www.californiamusicaltheatre.com.
"Annie can't be beat! Not by an orphanage, nor mean ol' Miss Hannigan nor the Great Depression. Annie stands up to presidents and industrialists reassuring them that better times are just around the corner. A tribute to the optimism and resiliency of youth, Annie is a wondrous musical that brings hope to the hearts of both children and adults."
Annie stars Kelsey Smith (Annie), Mark Zimmerman (Oliver Warbucks), Adinah Alexander (Miss Hannigan), Jim Walton (Rooster Hamilton), Christy Morton (Grace Farrell), Annie V. Ramsey (Lily), Ron Wisniski (FDR), Richard Rice Allen (Drake), Philip Michael Baskerville (Lt. Ward), Miram Mars (Molly), Carly Speno (Pepper), Aubrey Niemi (Duffy), Kendyl Ito (July), Heather McDonald (Tessie) and Hayley Smith (Kate)
A Midsummer Night's Dream - 8/7/2007
The Public Theater has announce that casting is complete for A Midsummer Night's Dream directed by Daniel Sullivan, the second and final production of Shakespeare in the Park's 'Summer of Love.' Previews will begin on Tuesday, August 7th with performances continuing for five weeks through September 9th. The press opening will be Sunday, August 23rd .
The cast includes Jason Antoon (Burleigh Grime$, Contact) as Snout, Keith David (Hot Feet, Seven Guitars) as Oberon, Mireille Enos (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Absurd Person Singular) as Hermia, John Michael Hill as Puck, Austin Lysy (The Water's Edge, Macbeth) as Lysander, Tim Blake Nelson (The Grey Zone; film: O Brother Where Art Thou) as Quince, Daniel Oreskes (Aida, Electra) as Theseus, Missi Pyle (900 Oneonta) as Helena, Laila Robins (Heartbreak House, Frozen) as Titania, Jay O. Sanders (Saint Joan, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial) as Bottom, and Elliot Villar as Demetrius.
Performances of Shakespeare in the Park will be Tuesday Through Sunday at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are free and will be available on the day of the performance (two per person) at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park beginning at 1:00 p.m. and at The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street (near Astor Place), from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The closest entrances to the Delacorte are at 81st Street and Central Park West or 70th Street and Fifth Avenue.
For additional information about Shakespeare in the Park, call (212) 539-8750 or visit The Public Theater website at www.publictheater.org.
Blues in the Night - 8/7/2007
Sheldon Epps' Tony-nominated "Blues in the Night" will return for an all-star San Francisco production.
Starring jazz and R&B singer Freda Payne (Hallejulah, Baby!), Maurice Hines (Hot Feet, Sophisticated Ladies), Paulette Ivory (Aida tour) and Carol Woods (Chicago, Follies), the show will begin performances in an exclusive San Francisco engagement at San Francisco's Post Street Theatre (450 Post Street) on Tuesday, August 7th. Opening night is Wednesday, August 15th.
The show "takes place in the late 1930's in a cheap Chicago hotel located at the deserted corner of Wilson and Broadway where three women and a saloon singer let the music that gets them through their lonely nights wash over a deserving audience before sending them back into their own nights. Sheldon Epps' blues-drenched and jazz-painted elegy to the vulnerable solitude of these four struggling, hard-drinking, law abiding folks just trying to make it through another long, hot, humid Chicago night uses the great songs of the 1920's and 1930's to explore their lives and the history of their music. The songs have been specifically chosen to accomplish several things, but their most important function is to celebrate a great period and style of American music and to explore the influences and the roots of the jazz idiom as they grew from blues music." The performance schedule is: Tuesday through Friday evenings at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 & 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 & 7 p.m. Tickets range in price from $40 - $75 for regular performances. All seats for preview performances are $35. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 13th at the Post Street Theatre Box Office, by phone at 415-771-6900 and on the web at www.ticketmaster.com.
Iphigenia 2.0 - 8/7/2007
Signature Theatre Company announced today the casting for the first play in the Charles Mee Series, Iphigenia 2.0. Directed by Tina Landau, Tony Award-winner Victoria Clark (The Light in the Piazza) will play Clytemnestra in this New York premiere running August 7 through September 30 at Signature Theatre Company's Peter Norton Space (555 W. 42nd St.). Single tickets go on sale on Monday, July 16 at 1 PM.
To make great theatre accessible to the broadest possible audience, Signature Theatre Company will offer a special $20 ticket (regularly $65) for all seats, for the next four years through their 20th Anniversary season, beginning with all performances of the originally scheduled run of Iphigenia 2.0 (August 7-September 30).
Iphigenia 2.0 is "about a great imperial power that decides to go to war, taking an action so wrong that it sets the empire on the road to complete self-destruction. Agamemnon, the leader of the Greek army, must prove to his uncertain troops that the dangerous battle they are about to undertake is righteous and worthy by making the ultimate sacrifice himself. A radical reinvention of the classic play by Euripides that examines the costs of war and loss of innocence," state press notes.
The cast for Iphigenia 2.0 will feature Victoria Clark (Clytemnestra), Jimonn Cole (Soldier), Will Fowler (Soldier), J.D. Goldblatt (Soldier), Chasten Harmon (Bridesmaid), Jesse Hooker (Soldier), Emily Kinney (Bridesmaid), Louisa Krause (Iphigenia), Tom Nelis (Agamemnon), Angelo Niakas (Old Greek Man), Seth Numrich (Achilles), and Rocco Sisto (Menelaus).
Signature Theatre Company's Peter Norton Space is located at 555 W. 42nd Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues). All tickets for Iphigenia 2.0 are $20 for performances August 7 to September 30. The box office opens for single ticket sales on July 16. Subscriptions are currently on sale for $80, plus a service fee. For subscription and ticket information, please call 212-244-PLAY (7529) or visit Signature Theatre Company's website at www.signaturetheatre.org.
Tings Dey Happen - 8/7/2007
Culture Project's presentation of the acclaimed new play, Tings Dey Happen, written and performed by Dan Hoyle, begins performances at Culture Project's SoHo space (55 Mercer Street) this week. Previews begin Off-Broadway this Thursday, July 26, with an official opening night set for Tuesday, August 7. Developed with and directed by Charlie Varon, this limited engagement runs through Sunday, September 23.
In Tings Dey Happen, "Dan Hoyle portrays warlords, militants, oil workers, prostitutes and the American Ambassador to Nigeria, among many others. In this, his third solo show, Hoyle continues to develop his unique form of journalistic theater. Having spent a year in Nigeria as a Fulbright scholar studying oil politics, he brings to the stage one of the most important geopolitical stories of our time. Already supplying 10% of American oil, Nigeria and its surrounding Gulf of Guinea region have been targeted as the 'new Middle East' of oil security. However, militants in the oil-producing Niger Delta are blowing up pipelines, warlords are threatening rebellion and oil company employees are being kidnapped with alarming frequency. The audience meets all the characters in Hoyle's ambitious, comic and disturbing new play," state press notes.
Tickets are priced at $35 and $50 and are available by calling 212-352-3101 or visiting www.cultureproject.org.
On Tuesday, August 7, 2007, Tony Award winner Adriane Lenox joins the Broadway company of "Chicago" as Matron Mama Morton for an eight-week engagement at the Ambassador Theatre (219 W. 49th St.), through Sunday, September 30.
Grease - UK - 8/8/2007
The roles of teen lovebirds Sandy and Danny will be cast through ITV's reality show "Grease is the Word," which will feature David Gest (the ex-husband of Liza Minnelli), choreographer Brian Friedman and producer David Ian on the judges' panel.
Call 0844 412 6666 for more on the London production of Grease.
Red Light Winter - 8/8/2007
A play by Adam Rapp. Single Carrot Theatre Company at The Theatre Project. Through August 19. Tues - Sat at 8PM, Sun at 2:30PM. $4-$9. ($3 + roll of the die) or $7 if you don't feel lucky! www.theatreproject.org 410-539-3091 or www.singlecarrot.com 443-844-9253
Broadway in Bryant Park - 8/9/2007
Stars from over 25 Broadway and off-Broadway shows join the 6th Annual Broadway in Bryant Park Series. Concerts are 12:30-1:45PM over five consecutive weeks in the midtown park.Thursday, August 9: Spring Awakening, The Color Purple, The Fantasticks and Wicked (Hosted by Al Bernstein)
Bryant Park is located behind the New York Public Library on 6th Avenue between 40th and 42nd Street. Be sure to log onto www.1067newyork.com or tune into 106.7 FM for schedule changes or cancellations.
Jackie Hoffman on Conan - 8/9/2007
bombs in your mouth - 8/10/2007
Kick off The New York International Fringe Festival with the world premiere of bombs in your mouth [sic], written by Rude Mechanicals member Corey Patrick and directed by Joseph Ward. bombs in your mouth is produced by LAByrinth Theater Company member Justin Reinsilber. Performances run from August 10th to 24th, 2007 at the Cherry Lane Studio Theatre (38 Commerce St.) in NYC.
bombs in your mouth centers around estranged half-siblings Danny and Lilly, who haven't spoken for five years. While Lilly pursued a lofty advertising career in Manhattan, Danny took care of their abusive, insane father in Minnesota, building up mountains of resentment in the process. The death of their father reunites Danny and Lilly, forcing them to hash out their differences in a beer and Jell-O filled kitchen. When it comes to family, anyone or anything is fair game.
PERFORMANCE INFO: Cherry Lane Studio Theatre at 38 Commerce Street between Barrow & Bedford Streets in NYC. Performances run from August 10th to 24th, 2007 on FRI 8/10 at 7pm, SAT 8/11 at 2:45pm, TUE 8/14 at 7pm, WED 8/22 at 9:15pm and FRI 8/24 at 5pm. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by calling 212-279-4488 or 1-888-FringeNYC (outside NY) or visiting http://www.fringenyc.org. For more info on the show visit http://www.bombsinyourmouth.com. Running time is 75 minutes with no intermission.
Greater Tuna - 8/10/2007
The New Conservatory Theatre Center has announced a diverse array of productions for Pride Season 2007-08.
Season subscriptions for Pride Season 2007-08 range from $140 to $280. This year, NCTC introduces a New Audience Flex Pass for ages 18-25, which includes all nine Pride Season productions for only $75, with a valid ID. Returning subscribers may purchase subscriptions for Pride Season 2007-2008 beginning April 2, and subscriptions will be available for new subscribers starting May 7.
Single tickets are $20-$40 and go on sale July 5, 2006. Season samplers (three-show subscriptions) range from $50-100. Single tickets and subscription packages are available through the NCTC Box Office at 415-861-8972 Wednesday through Saturday, 1:30-7PM, and Sunday through Tuesday, Noon-3PM. Tickets and subscriptions may also be purchased online at www.nctcsf.org. Student rush tickets may be purchased for $15 with a valid student ID at the NCTC box office two hours before the performance.
The New Conservatory Theatre Center is located at 25 Van Ness Avenue, near Market Street. Greater Tuna August 10 September 16, 2007 Comedy Written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, & Ed Howard Walker Theatre
Good morning, Tuna! Greater Tuna, created by Williams, Sears, and Howard, is set in the fictional town of Tuna, Texasthe "third-smallest" town in the state. This two-man show, self-described as having "plenty of 'Tex' appeal," has plenty of character (and characters!) and is, at the same time, an affectionate commentary on and a withering satire of small-town Southern life and attitudes.
Broadway in Bryant Park - 8/10/2007
Stars from over 25 Broadway and off-Broadway shows join the 6th Annual Broadway in Bryant Park Series. Concerts are 12:30-1:45PM over five consecutive weeks in the midtown park.
Bryant Park is located behind the New York Public Library on 6th Avenue between 40th and 42nd Street. Be sure to log onto www.1067newyork.com or tune into 106.7 FM for schedule changes or cancellations.
The Other Side of Darkness - 8/10/2007
The Storefront will present the world premiere production of The Other Side of Darkness, a new play by Phil Geoffrey Bond. The play will be presented at The Bleecker Street Theatre (45 Bleecker Street - former home of The Culture Project) as part of the 2007 New York International Fringe Festival, to be held August 10 26.
Cast includes Kristy Cates as Lillian Manners, a struggling actress who goes on to achieve major film stardom. David A. Rudd will appear as Steven Manners, a celebrated playwright with aspirations to write for the screen. Rounding out the cast is Rob Maitner as Jay, an aspiring agent and producer. Bond will direct the production, with set and costume design by Jason Courson.
The Other Side of Darkness is "about the underbelly of showbusiness. Spanning thirty years and set against the backdrops of both New York and Los Angeles, it examines the intersecting lives of three people striving for success, and dealing with the consequences of getting it," as described in press materials. The play was presented in November of 2005 as a staged reading, featuring Becca Ayers (Les Miserables), Patrick Page (The Lion King) and Derek Smith (The Lion King, The Green Bird).
The performance schedule has yet to be announced. All tickets are $15, and will go on sale July 27th, available by visiting www.fringenyc.org or by calling: 212.279.4488 or 1.888.FringeNYC.
Two-mur Humor - 8/10/2007
Two-mur Humor: He's Malignant; She's Benign will premiere at The New York International Fringe Festival - Fringe NYC as a production of The Present Company, running from August 10th- August 26th.
Written by Valerie David and Jim Tooey, the production will be directed by Charles Messina, and will star Jim Tooey, Kelly Chippendale, and Valerie David.
Two-mur Humor: He's Malignant; She's Benign is "a two-actor, multi-character comedic drama loosely based on the true stories of Valerie David's diagnosis of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and Jim Tooey's pituitary brain tumor. The play follows their personal struggles on the road to recovery as well as their crazy and hilarious experiences. Their life affirming stories are told through the eyes of two characters, Paul and Lisa. We follow their amazing journey through wacky hospital roommates, health insurance debacles, and experiences with family and friends," state press notes.
For tickets, visit www.FringeNYC.org or call in New York: 212-279-4488, or Outside New York: 1-888-FringeNYC. Visit www.tumorhumor.org for more on the Tumor Humor Fund.
Slammer! - 8/10/2007
Slammer! (a new women-in-prison musical) will have its world premiere as part of the 11th annual New York International Fringe Festival, where it will run from August 10th through 26th.
Slammer! is inspired by the cult genre "women in prison" films. "Tabitha, a sheltered, naïve, and innocent girl is wrongfully thrown into a women's prison. There she must learn to survive through her wits as she deals with two rival gangs of inmates as well as the evil Warden Eva Danka and Smiley, her sleazy, predatory prison guard. Discovering her inner strength, Tabitha gains power and stature with the inmates until finally she leads them in revolt against their captors. Oh yes, there will be singing and dancing!," as the show is described in press notes.
Tickets: $15. For tickets visit www.FringeNYC.org or call: in New York: (212) 279-4488 or outside New York: 1-888-FringeNYC. Visit www.slammerthemusical.com for more information.
Jamaica, Farewell - 8/10/2007
The 11th Annual New York International Fringe Festival and Meadowbook Entertainment will present the East Coast premiere of Debra Ehrhardt's Jamaica, Farewell next month, from August 10th through 19th at the Independent Studios (52A West 8 th Street between 6th Avenue and MacDougal).
"NAACP award-winning writer/performer Debra Ehrhardt's true story, directed by Monique Lai, takes its audience on a wild roller coaster ride from Jamaica to America," press notes state. "Debra Ehrhardt's numerous attempts to obtain a visa in revolution-torn Jamaica in the 1970's were devastatingly futile. Left to her own devices, she risked prison time, even death, in an attempt to pull off a daring, dangerous caper with the unwitting help of an infatuated American CIA agent."
A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Debra Ehrhardt fled to the US during the revolution on the island. This is her third one-woman show. Previous productions include Mango, Mango which received two NAACP awards and Invisible Chairs, which was produced by David Strasberg at the Marilyn Monroe Theater in West Hollywood, California and later was optioned as a situation comedy by Fox. As member of the Writer's Guild of America, she is currently adapting Jamaica, Farewell for the big screen.
Tickets are $15. Tickets can be purchased by calling (212) 279-4488 or toll free at 1-888-FringeNYC. For more information and performance times, please visit www.FringeNYC.org
Les Miserables UK 9000th Show - 8/10/2007
The world's longest running musical, the legendary Les Miserables will celebrate its 9,000th performance in London on Friday 10 August at the Queen's Theatre.
BPF - Barbie: A Doll Her - 8/12/2007
Baltimore Playwrights Festival (www.baltimoreplaywrightsfestival.org) Play by Terry Kenney, directed by Miriam Bazensky Uncommon Voices at Fells Point Corner Theatre 251 S. Ann St., Baltimore 21231 July 26 - August 12, Thurs, Fri, Sat at 8PM, Sun at 7PM www.fpct.org or 410-276-7837
Angels in America - Perestroika - 8/12/2007
Part 2 of the epic play Angels in America July 20 - August 12, Fri & Sat at 8PM, Sun at 2PM Spotlighters Theatre 817 St. Paul Street, Baltimore 21202 www.spotlighters.org or 410-752-1225 $15 general, $12 students, seniors, BTA members, $10 BroadwayWorld.com Discount
Daniel Reichard @ Joe's Pub - 8/12/2007
Daniel Reichard, who stars as Bob Gaudio in the Tony Award-winning Best Musical JERSEY BOYS, will appear in his own concert entitled Summer Mix Tape at Joe's Pub (425 Lafayette Street) on Sunday August 12 at 7:30PM and 9:30PM.
Summer Mix Tape is a mini-tribute to the making of mix tapes which truly climaxed in America in the late 1980s. The songs are classic rock. The stories are nostalgic, humiliating reminiscences of a childhood spent being the 8th of 9 children. Accompanied by a fabulous rock band, Daniel will sing some classics and lead the audience in a true celebration of summer music. Daniel will be joined onstage by Lauren Pritchard from Spring Awakening, Kelly Kinsella and others.
Tickets to Summer Mix Tape are $25.00 each and are available at The Public Theater box office, by phone at 212-967-7555, and online at www.joespub.com.