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BWW TV: Margo Brown Reprises Her Award-Winning MARGO SINGS MERCER at Don't Tell Mama

2018 BroadwayWorld Award winner for Best Debut Show Margo Brown brings her winning show MARGO SINGS MERCER back to Don't Tell Mama this week. Directed by Jeff Harnar, Brown will take us on a musical journey of the esteemed Johnny Mercer's most beloved tunes, including "Moon River, "That Old Black Magic," and "Come Rain or Come Shine." Brown will be joined on stage by music director John M. Cook.

I recently sat down with Brown to get more info about her show. Check out the video below!

MARGO SINGS MERCER will play at Don't Tell Mama on March 21 at 7:00 PM. For tickets and information, visit

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Eugene Ebner is an experienced vocal entertainer, reporter and TV host. Eugene and his husband Paul Page are the owners of Ebner-Page Productions, which produces cabaret for a cause shows, benefit ... (read more about this author)