Solo Artist Marieann Meringolo Brings New Show To Don't Tell Mama

Solo Artist Marieann Meringolo Brings New Show To Don't Tell Mama

Award-winning recording artist and entertainer, Marieann Meringolo, brings her critically acclaimed theatrical concert "Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman" to New York City's treasure, "Don't Tell Mama!" It's where her cabaret roots were sprouting just a mere 30 years ago...And, now she is delighted to once again grace the renowned stage for a One Night Only Event on March 8th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

Music Charge:$20.00 Two Drink Min. MAC Members:$10.00

If you haven't seen the critically acclaimed "Between Yesterday and Tomorrow : The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman" theatrical concert performed by Award winning singer, Marieann Meringolo, now is your chance!The show has been seen and heard by thousands of people after 3 years on stages and on radio stations across the country. On thinking about where to perform the show one last time, Marieann thought about her cabaret roots, and how she enjoyed working with Sidney Myer of Don't Tell Mama.This was it! Marieann returns to Don't Tell Mama, 30 years after she appeared there the first time, to share this theatrical concert with you the audience for, One Night Only! And as a special treat, ALL MAC Members will be able to celebrate this return for just a $10.00 cover charge.

Directed by Award winning Will Nunziata with Music Direction by DoyleNewmyer, Boots Maleson on bass and Sipho Kunene on drums; the show features such classics as "The Way We Were," "The Windmills of Your Mind," the gender bending "Fifty Percent," and many more. This will be the last performance of the critically acclaimed show in the City.

It was announced recently, that the Meringolo team will start working on a new show this spring to preview in the fall, more to come soon.

The theatrical concert will celebrate the three-time Academy Award-winning songwriting team of Alan & Marilyn Bergman, and their many collaborations with the recently departed Michel Legrand. Having written the lyrics for numerous television shows, films, and stage musicals, the Bergman's also wrote for some of the best artists of our time: Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, Michael Jackson, Johnny Mathis, and most notably Barbra Streisand - who has recorded 64 of their songs. Directed by Will Nunziata (concert director for Tony Award winner Lillias White), the show will keep your foot tapping, mind thinking, soul yearning, and heart soaring. Songs include "The Way We Were", "How Do You Keep The Music Playing", "Where Do You Start", "Nice 'n' Easy", "That Face", "The Windmills of Your Mind", "It Might Be You", and many more.

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