Andrea Bell Wolff is a PRISONER OF LOVE
LOVE! Andrea Bell Wolff's been there and done that!
Now she'll share, with her audience, the ups-and-downs, laughter & tears, that is the roller-coaster ride of finding true love.
Broadway and cabaret notable, Andrea Bell Wolff is getting ready for Valentine's Day by reviving her celebrated cabaret show, PRISONER OF LOVE
Don't Tell Mama NYC
343 W 46th St, New York City
$20.00 cover charge and a 2 drink minimum per person
$15.00 cover charge and a 2 drink minimum per person MAC
Seating starts at 7:30PM
Approximate running time: 65 minutes
This skilled musical comedy performer with copious Broadway, National Tour, and TV credits, offers up a compelling repertoire featuring some of the finest tunes Broadway, Pop, and Great American Songbook have to offer, and includes music from Kander & Ebb, Joni Mitchell, Cole Porter, The Righteous Brothers and Carrie Underwood to name a few. The title song was written by Barry Levitt and Peter Napolitano.
Standing at a diminutive 4'11", Andrea (Bell) Wolff's soaring professional career began at age 17 when she was plucked from the Professional Children's School to play Ermengarde to Carol Channing's "Dolly" on a National Tour. She went on to a record-setting number of performances as both Ermengarde and Minnie Fay in "Hello, Dolly!", working on Broadway and touring that show and others with Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Dorothy Lamour, Betty Grable and Phyllis Diller. A sampling of credits include: "The Imaginary Invalid" with E.G. Marshall and Ruby Dee, "Grease," opposite Andrea McArdle, and "George M!", "Li'l Abner," "Little Shop of Horrors," and "Funny Girl." Her work in the revue, "Bottoms Up!", took her from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to Australia, and she has appeared at such distinguished venues as The St. James Theater, Goodspeed, The Papermill Playhouse and Sacramento Music Circus. Her work with the show band, Your Father's Mustache, landed her on the Ed Sullivan Show, and she was a regular on the Donny and Marie Show working with Sid and Marty Krofft. Wolff took a long break from performing to raise two children, and returned to the New York stage in 2011 with a show called "Loose Screws," a risqué, fictional biographical journey of an also-ran entertainer, Ms. Chelsea Sutton Place. In 2015, she mounted a multimedia revue featuring music emblematic of the 1960s "girl group" sound, titled "Bad Girls Do Cry," at Iridium and Don't Tell Mama to capacity crowds. Visit Andrea online at: http://www.loosescrewsproductions.com/andrea-bell-wolff.htm