Gerry Mastrolia to Bring VERY GERRY: HERE'S TO THE LADIES to the Met Room

"Very Gerry: Here's To The Ladies"

In a homage to the ladies, cabaret singer, Gerry Mastrolia is a man who sings songs... sung by women. The show is chocked full of impersonations, stories and songs from Broadway, standards and cabaret favorites saluting tough divas who didn't take smack from anyone! Ladies like, Judy Garland, Barbara Streisand, Carol Burnett, Tallulah Bankhead and more.

Cabaret Entertainer Gerry Mastrolia was most recently seen as a featured guest artist at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Appel Room in "Music Over Manhattan", produced by John Senakwami and starred Cabaret Singer Corinna Sowers Adler. He began in his New York Cabaret career at 19 with his debut solo show, "Me, Myself & Goldie", which played at Don't Tell Mama and Paul Colbys, The Bitter End. Gerry was a finalist in the first installment of "New York's Next Top Drag Queen" and hosted a portion of the "Longest Variety Show Ever: Marathon Variety Show"-Guinness World Record attempt at the Metropolitan Room. Featured on CBS The Couch & E! News for his work in the Off-Broadway show, "Totally Tubular Time Machine".

"Very Gerry: Here's to the Ladies" debuts at the Metropolitan Room on Saturday, May 14 at 4pm. Tickets are $15 per person plus a two-beverage minimum. "Very Gerry: Here's to the Ladies" is directed by Corinna Sowers Adler and will feature Deborah Martin on piano.

Reservations suggested: or by calling 212-206-0440.

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