Steven Brinberg Brings SIMPLY BARBRA To The Clocktower Cabaret at 16th Street Mall

This Friday, July 20 at 8:00 pm - the next best thing: Barbra Streisand plays an intimate club ......in the guise of world renowned impressionist Steven Brinberg as SIMPLY BARBRA at The Clocktower Cabaret at 16th Street Mall - at 16th Street & Aarapahoe Street lower level(1601 Aarapahoe Street) Denver CO 80202.

Steven's new show recreates some of Miss Streisand's greatest hits, other favorites and Broadway songs... and brief voices of artists ranging from Cher to Bea Arthur....

Seen in 40 US cities and 9 countries, the constantly updated SIMPLY BARBRA shows are the next best thing to seeing the legendary singer/actress/director in person. And with this solo engagement, you can actually meet this one afterwards! Tickets are $40 Premium (priority seating), and$30 General (advance reservation not required - but recommended). Doors open at 7:00 pm. Tickets and information are available 303-293-0075 or boxoffice@clocktowercabaret.com Steven Brinberg was born and raised in New York City, attended NYU and while there appeared Off Broadway in Ivanovat the Jewish Rep and at the Lambs theatre in The Wind Up Toys.

He created his first SIMPLY BARBRA show in 1993 at the famous Don't Tell Mama cabaret where it ran a record-breaking 4 years, winning him two MAC awards and a BISTRO award. The constantly updated show was subsequently seen in 40 US cities and 9 countries including tours of Australia, The Far East, Spain, Mexico and several runs in London's West End at theatres The Charing Cross, SoHo Revue Bar and Leicester Square Theatres and The Edinburgh Festival. His London debut at the Jermyn Street Theatre broke all box office records and was extended repeatedly.

Steven toured for over 12 years with the late Marvin Hamlisch(Barbra Streisand's musical director and composer of THE WAY WE WERE and A CHORUS LINE). Their symphony concerts together included appearances at the Kennedy Center and several co-starring Broadway legend Barbara Cook. Playwright Terrence McNally wrote the narration for Steven-as-Barbra for a concert at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall which was also seen in Seattle.

At Carnegie Hall he made an appearance with the NYC Gay Men's chorus. At Broadway's New Amsterdam Theatre, Steven was part of the all-star FUNNY GIRLconcert featuring Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Sutton Foster and Whoopi Goldberg and at the Hudson theatre in a concert of Marvin Hamslich's SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESSopposite Jeremy Jordan, Adam Jacobs and Marc Kudisch. At the Westbeth Theatre Center and Manhattan Theatre Club, he was featured in Ken Page's musical NIGHT LIFEstarring Lillias White.

Special events include performances for Liza Minnelli, Patricia Neal, Lauren Bacall, Joan Rivers, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Donna Karan. Steven was chosen for the latter event by Miss Streisand's management. He was also chosen by Stephen Sondheim to sing at his birthday concert at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.

Film credits include CAMP, HEAVENLY PEACE, BOYS LIFE and the upcoming THIRSTY. Television appearances include Rosie O'Donnell, Sally Jessy Raphael, Good Morning Australia and a Jerry Springer show where no one was fighting! His two CDS available are SIMPLY BARBRA LIVE IN LONDON and SIMPLY BARBRA DUETS. He is featured on the new album Hamlisch Uncovered.

Upcoming SImply Barbra dates Celebrating 50 years of FUNNY GIRLare: Saturday, September 1st 8pm at the RRazz Room (New Hope PA) and Saturday, September 22 in NYC at 7pm at The Green Room 42 (Yotel hotel 4thfl).For more information visit www.simplybarbra.com

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