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The MET Room Announces Their October Events

OCTOBER AT THE METROPOLITAN ROOM- Come join us every Friday and Saturday from 11PM-2AM for our piano lounge. No cover, no minimum!

10/1 7:30PM Gay Marshall "Piaf, Queen of Heart" Gay Marshall is bringing her sensational Piaf concert back to the Metropolitan Room for a 5 show run - the last three Tuesdays in Sept at 7:00 and the first two Thursdays in Oct at 7:30 - with the same masterful musicians as last fall : Eric Svejcar on piano, Steve Gilewski on bass, Deni Bonet on violin, Bill Schimmel on accordion, and Peter Lewy on Cello. Although she's had a blues and jazz band, done many American musicals and loves singing almost every style of music, this material along with the songs of Jacques Brel has remained her favorite. The show features the usual suspects a la "Vie En Rose" to "No Regrets", but also includes some lesser known gems like "The Right to Love" and "Avec Ce Soleil". To heighten their availability to an English speaking audience, she will be performing an original mix of French and English in many of the numbers that incorporates existing translations plus her own adaptations. The joy and heartbreak of these timeless tunes is an emotional roller coaster guaranteed to go straight to your heart. Gay Marshall made her Broadway debut as Diana Morales in A Chorus Line.Her one woman show "Piaf : La Vie l'Amour" played in the States and took her to Paris where she played Grizabella in the original French production of "Cats". Living in Europe inspired her to write "If I Were Me", a comedy that she performed in Paris and took to the Edinburgh Festival where it was voted #2 on the Fringe. Most recently here in the States, she did "Jacques Brel" at Capital Rep, Denise in both Goodspeed, the York Theater and Paper Mill's productions of "The Baker's Wife" and the Off Broadway production of "Jacques Brel" during which she received a nomination for the Drama League's "Distinguished Performance Award". $25

9:45PM Barb Jungr "The Men I Love" $25

10/2 7:30PM Jason Graae "Magically Delicious"The New York Times recently said, "Nowadays, probably no other performer could infuse (that song) with the manic mischief that Jason Graae, a frisky clown with a real tenor, pumped into it..."

Jason Graae has starred on and off-Broadway in "A Grand Night For Singing", "Falsettos", "Stardust", "Snoopy!", "Do Black Patent Leather Shows Really Reflect Up?", "Forever Plaid", "Olympus on My Mind", "All in the Timing", "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (Drama Desk Nomination- Best Actor in a Musical)" and many more.
Jason Made his Metropolitan Opera House debut as featured vocalist in Twyla Tharp's "Everlast" with American Ballet Theatre. Jason has performed his one-man show all over the country, including Rainbow and Stars and Birdland in NYC, Caramoor Music Festival, Wolf Trap, Feinstein's in L.A., and The Plush Room in San Francisco, to name a few. He has received the New York Nightlife Award, 4 Bistros and was listed in TimeOut NY's Top 10 Cabaret shows of 2006.In Los Angeles, he just won his second L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award - the 2008 Joel Hirschorn Award for Oustanding Achievement in Musical Theatre. He won an Ovation Award for "Forbidden Broadway Y2KLA!", an Artistic Director's Achievement Award for "Fully Committed" and a Santa Barbara Indie Award for "High Button Shoes". Jason originated the role of "Houdini" in the L.A. production of "Ragtime" at the Shubert Theatre. Other L.A. credits include "Marcellus" in "The Music Man " at the Hollywood Bowl, many shows at Reprise!, and "Grand Hotel" and "The Grand Tour" at The Colony. Jason has recorded over forty CDs, including original cast albums, concerts, compilations, and his two solo CDs, "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile - Jason Graae Sings Charles Strouse", and "Jason Graae LIVE at The Cinegrill" (Fynsworth Alley). In 2008, Jason played "Marcellus" in the Bushnell Center's 50th Anniversary production of "The Music Man" with Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy, performed and gave master classes at the Yale and St. Louis Cabaret Conferences, toured with ASCAP's Jerry Herman and Company, sang in Cy Coleman and Charles Strouse tributes at the Kennedy Center, sang with Michael Feinstein at Carnegie Hall,and most recently in L.A., played opposite Constance Towers in "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks". $25

10PM Metrojam Join host Jenna Esposito for our monthly open mic! Sit back and enjoy the music, or sign up and sing with some of New York's hottest musicians. $10

10/3 5PM Ellen Kaye Ellen Kaye performs with the Tony Romano Trio in their new show "Why Walk When You Can Fly". Kaye and guitarist Romano have been playing together for five years. From Pegasus to Iridium to The Metropolitan Room they have indulged their Tom Waits addiction, reveled in some Rufus Wainwright, luxuriated in those Annie Lennox tunes, commiserated with Randy Newman's world view, and gotten lost in the Blues. On Oct.3rd they are slipping into the tunes and flying away...$20

7:30PM Jason Graae "Magically Delicious" $25

9:45PM Barb Jungr "The Men I Love" $25

10/4 4PM Maxene Kupperman-Guinals "When the Universe Brings It: a musical birthday celebration" Maxene Kupperman-Guiñals's New York cabaret debut highlights the journeys of a lifetime. An accomplished singer/poet, Maxene entertains with personally significant tunes that blur the boundaries between standards and pop, performed in her singular style. This birthday performance marks both the noteworthy moments and individuals in her inimitable New York City life. Special guests include Vikki True and NY Cookie. $35

7PM Daryl Glenn and JoLynn Burks sing songs from Nashville Daryl Glenn and his co-star, the beautiful and talented Broadway singer/conductor/pianist Jo Lynn Burks return with their popular, critically acclaimed, BISTRO, NIGHTLIFE, and MAC award-winning, tribute to Robert Altman's classic 1975 film, "NASHVILLE" the very first Sunday of each and every month at 7 pm. With a new and udderly fabulous special guest star for every dang show! Backed by a 6 piece all-star country band and featuring The Metropolitan Room's own Tanya Holt, Broadway's Brad Wills and award-winning/cabaret favorite Jay Rogers its a country-western throwdown not to be missed! Every fabulous song from the beloved soundtrack album will be lovingly recreated including Keith Carradine's Academy Award winning "I'm Easy". So, strap on your leather chaps, tease up your hair and head on down to the Metropolitan Room!! $25

9:30PM Jason Graae "Magically Delicious" $25

10/5 7PM Stacy Sullivan "Our Hearts Belong to Daddy" $20

9:30PM Friends With Benefits 9 A Benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, hosted by MAC Winner Amy Wolk, and guest host Randy Rainbow, featuring performers from Mamma Mia, Hair, South Pacific, Ragtime and more $20

10/6 7PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

9:30PM Annie Ross Annie Ross is one of the pioneers of vocalese and the composer of "Twisted", one of the most well known examples of that art, as well as "Farmers Market", "Jackie" and many others. A founding member of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, considered the greatest jazz vocal ensemble of all time, her influence is present in all subsequent practitioners of vocalese. "Twisted" has been recorded by a host of vocalists, including some not normally associated with jazz, including Joni Mitchell and Bette Midler. $25

10/7 7:30PM Steven Fales "Mormon American Princess" Steven Fales sings his outrageous story with Broadway medleys, parodies, and original songs! "God has seen me through excommunication, divorce, prostitution and drugs. Now we're working on narcissism. And it's not going well!" $20

9:45PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

10/8 7:30PM Gay Marshall "Piaf, Queen of Heart" $25

9:45PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

10/9 7:30PM Nicole Henry Her latest CD "The Very Thought of You," just reached #7 on U.S. Billboard's Top Jazz Chart. With three international TOP 10-selling CDs in the last five years, and a list of international performances, young Nicole Henry's pure and soulful voice continues to inspire and touch hearts worldwide. Her live concerts are captivating, combining elegance and conversational, intelligent wit that not only leaves you truly entertained, but connected to something of greater beauty. Performing the Great American Songbook, love songs, and originals, Henry's voice adds new life and richer meaning to the lyrics she sings. Nicole Henry is simply one of the finest vocalists to emerge this decade. $25

9:45PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

11:45 Shawn Ryan Shawn Ryan, Semi-Finalist from NBC's America's Got Talent returns to NYC to Headline at the Metropolitan Room for One Night Only! Original comedy, jazz standards - in short, Pure Entertainment! Shawn Ryan is one on the hottest nightclub acts today! Whether it is acting, singing, or cracking audiences up on LOGO TV's One Night Stand Up, Shawn Ryan is taking the world by storm, one song at a time! Shawn Ryan is Entertainment! This is a not to be missed event to be sure! With Special Guest Hector Coris $20

10/10 5PM Amanda King San Francisco-based chanteuse Amanda King presents an early evening set of sumptuous, swinging tunes from the 30's and 40's as well as the Great American Songbook. A dynamic and vivacious performer, Amanda is a little bit Ann-Margret, a little Ella, a touch of Rosemary Clooney - a dash of elegance, a drop of sex, and a heap of engaging attitude. Possessing a smoothness of voice, and surety of style she masterfully interprets the music she adores whether ballad or up-tempo. She is hailed as "the right voice for the very best in American songwriting" - often compared to the vocal greats of her favorite era. Amanda makes her New York debut with this appearance, and she and her band of outstanding musicians-Shota Osabe, Jeff Neighbor, and Micha Nur Patri-are sure to swing with zest and style. $20

7:30PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

9:45PM Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano Music critics have compared them to Fred & Ginger, Lunt & Fontanne, and Nick & Nora, but husband-and-wife team Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano's unique combination of warmth, wit and sensuality makes the American songbook, past and present, entirely their own. Their March 2009 engagement at the Metropolitan Room, "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams", received unanimous praise. Frank Scheck of the New York Post wrote, "When they sing together, the evening is transformed from collaboration to alchemy ... the combination works magic." In their return for this special one-nighter, expect the unexpected. $25
11:45 Jenna Esposito "Jenna Esposito Sings Connie Francis" A 2008 and 2009 MAC award nominee for female vocalist, Jenna made her NYC cabaret debut in August, 2004 and has since performed shows at The Duplex, Danny's Skylight Room, the Laurie Beechman Theatre, and the Metropolitan Room. Her shows "A Hint of Rosemary: The Songs of Rosemary Clooney," "SMOOCH!" and "I Hate Men: Songs for the Scorned" have all received critical acclaim, and her annual "All-Star Birthday Bash" is a fun-filled evening during which she has shared the stage with a number of New York's finest performers. Jenna is also the host of Metrojam--the Metropolitan Room's open mic, which takes place on the first Friday of every month. 13 Men...and Me!, Jenna's debut CD, was released in October, 2007. "Cabaret's Sweetheart" will be singing the songs of "America's Sweetheart" in Jenna's brand new show celebrating the songs of Connie Francis. Directed by Lennie Watts with musical direction by Fortune Esposito, the show will feature hits such as "Where The Boys Are," "Stupid Cupid," and "Who's Sorry Now," as well as a number of lesser-known gems. $20

10/11 4PM Maxene Kupperman-Grinals "When the Universe Brings It: a musical birthday celebration" $35

7PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

9:30PM Maria Tecce Seduction and passion reign in a sultry night of performance charged with raw sensuality and elegance. Sold out at festivals across Europe, Maria Tecce makes her U.S. debut with her vibrant new show 'Viva!' that blends Argentinean tango music, Spanish ballads, jazz standards, and bossa nova with the words of Spanishmaster poet of love Pablo Neruda. The result is magical. Her powerful vocals, fiery style, elegance, and keenly intelligent interpretation of
lyrics deliver a riveting and sophisticated night of passion that have won her the devotion of audiences and critics alike. She is joined on stage by the cream of New York's cabaret musicians, Ross Patterson (piano), JJ McGeehan (guitar), and Randy Landau (double bass). $20

10/12 7PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

9:30PM Barry Lloyd "Slumming on Park Avenue" MAC award nominee, Barry Lloyd, pays homage to the undisputed King of Cabaret, Bobby
Short. Singer-pianist Short, who for nearly 37 years held court at the Cafe Carlyle in the upper East Side of Manhattan, was named a "Living Landmark" by New York's Landmark Conservancy. He passed away in March of 2005 leaving behind over forty albums, three Grammy nominations, numerous film and television cameos, and an audience bejeweled with royalty, four U.S. presidents, and the cream of New York society who clamored for his eloquent, articulate and always sophisticated brand of singing. Barry Lloyd, San Francisco's Crown Prince of Cabaret, in tribute to his childhood idol, sings in his own inimitable style a dazzling collection of classics made
famous by Bobby Short. $20

10/13 7PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

9:30PM Annie Ross $25

10/14 7:30PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

9:45PM Barry Lloyd "Slumming on Park Avenue" $20

10/15 7:30PM Jamie deRoy and Friends Celebrated cabaret performer Jamie deRoy presents a special evening of her Multi MAC Award-winning variety show, Jamie deRoy & friends. "Not Good, But GREAT...BRITAIN" will feature performances by some of Great Britain's most celebrated and renowned entertainers. Joining Jamie on October 15th will be: world-renowned comedian David Baker; award-winning performer, book & songwriter, Paul Scott Goodman; Tony Award-nominated "honey-voiced" actor Euan Morton and accomplished British actor Jon Peterson. Musical direction will be by Ian Herman and award-winning director Barry Kleinbort will direct. $30

9:45PM Spider Saloff Singer Spider Saloff will perform a collection of her favorite music with her own special brand of humor. Songs will include classics by Gershwin, Porter, Berlin and feature Saloff's original songs, some from her upcoming
one woman play. $20

10/16 7:30PM Anne Kerry Ford "Bilbao Moon" Anne Kerry Ford is a devotee of the music of Kurt Weill and is noted as one of the foremost interpreters of Weill's music. A Broadway veteran, Anne Kerry Ford first performed the songs of Kurt

Weill in concert with WDR's 27 piece Big Band in Cologne (at Philharmonic Hall) and Dusseldorf, Germany and Liège, Belgium, in 2000 as a tribute to Kurt Weill's centenary under the musical direction of jazz legend Roger Kellaway. The Cologne Stadt Anziger pronounced it "a huge success." and the CD of this concert ("Weill") has been received with considerable acclaim. The following year she repeated this
concert with an all-star American big band at The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre in L.A. Ford also appeared in the Broadway production of Weill's The Threepenny Opera starring Sting. Her youtube video of "Pirate Jenny" has become a sensation, and the same song made USA Today's "ten most intriguing tracks", described as "girl power brings memorable sturm and drang to the Brecht/Weill classic". L.A. Weekly" said of her Weill tribute "This magnificent singer reaches to pull out emotional moments that soar beyond cabaret into Moving Theatre." The wide variety of music from both Weill's German and American songbooks (dramatic, romantic, humorous, political, lyrical, satirical, passionate and poignant) include selections from Lady in the Dark, Knickerbocker Holiday, Lost in the Stars, One Touch of Venus, Street Scene, Love Life, Where Do We Go from Here?, Threepenny Opera, Happy End, Marie Galante, and Johnny Johnson. All songs will be sung in English by Ford and her pianist John Boswell .There will be an appearance by a special guest, Tony-nominee Brian
Lane Green. All proceeds will be donated to Lotus Outreach, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the education, health and safety of vulnerable women and children in the developing world. $25
9:45PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

10/17 7:30PM Anne Kerry Ford "Bilbao Moon" $25

9:45PM Marilyn Maye "Maye Presents More Mercer" $30

10/18 7PM Uptown Express Uptown Express will be reprising their hit show, Brand New Day in which CabaretScenes reviewed the show on May 27, saying: "Under the musical direction of James Followell, their latest show, Brand New Day, continues their upbeat messages with tight, buoyant harmonies and an easy flow of fun. Reaching back through seven decades, they are spot-on with arrangements like a 1954 Crewcuts hit, "Crazy ‘Bout You Baby". Flash forward to the hypnotic syncopation of Jason Mraz' "I'm Yours", and then zoom back again to the 1930's for a vivid, "Sing For Your Supper"(Rodgers and Hart). You are in their pocket". With Special Guest KT Sullivan $15

9:30PM Kathleen France Kathleen France makes her cabaret debut in "Book of Love", directed by Lina Koutrakos, with music direction by Tracy Stark. An avid reader, Kathleen daydreams about her love life being like those in novels,
only to find that real life doesn't quite measure up to the stories she reads on the train. The show includes songs from Queen, Billy Joel, Dolly Parton, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow, and others from the Great American Songbook.

10/19 7PM Becky Menzie and Tom Michael One of the nations's most in-demand cabaret duos, Chicago's Beckie Menzie & Tom Michael celebrate the songs of some of the most beloved musical two-somes including Simon & Garfunkle, Rodgers & Hammerstein, The Everly Brothers and more. Menzie & Michael, known across the country for their innovative twists on the American Popular Songbook, will perform many of their most requested duo arrangements of their 10-year musical partnership. Come hear why these outstanding artists are definitely Better Two-gether. $20
9:30PM Hilary Feldman Have you ever wondered what makes a standard a standard? Why are the songs of Tin Pan Alley still so much a part of our public consciousness? Will any songs of today ever become standards? If so, what songs will those be, and who is writing them? Join premiere Chicago vocalist, Hilary Ann Feldman, and award-winning musical director, Beckie Menzie, for a fascinating exploration of standards through time. $15

10/20 7PM Liz Callaway "Passage Of Time" Liz Callaway returns to the Metropolitan Room to celebrate the release of her newest CD Passage of Time. The album -her first in 8 years- includes music by Stephen Sondheim, James Taylor, Rogers and Hammerstein, Maltby and Shire, Ahrens and Flaherty, Stephen Schwartz, and Carly Simon. $30
9:30PM Annie Ross $25

10/21 7:30PM Chrissi Poland "Songs From The Concrete" $10

9:45PM Marcus Simeone "Everything Must Change" Beautiful songs that changed lives through the music and lyrics of Johnny Mercer, Jimmy Van Heusen, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Bobby Darin, Carol King and more ... This brand new show is an eclectic and visionary mix of familiar and rarely heard songs celebrating the insistence of change as seen through the eyes of one of today's most acclaimed and exciting singers on the music scene. As an artist and a person, Marcus Simeone has experienced exceptional life-altering experiences over this past year through a lens that is as constant as it is inevitable; the lens of change. As the world goes round, changes have occurred all around him personally, professionally - and inevitably. And, the views of the world have changed in many ways including global and macro. This show reflects his personal journey in song. Marcus has always believed that music has been a hand print and a reflection of the changes we experience in our lives and in the world. This view colors the inevitability and interpretations of our destinies as expressed through some light-hearted and profound songs that capture those moments of our lives a ... everything must change. $20

10/22 7:30PM Liz Callaway "Passage Of Time" $30

9:45PM Betsy Craig Fun To Be Fooled, Betsy Craig's Cabaret Debut, takes you on a musical journey from the tuneful stylings of a Vegas show to the Best of Broadway under the direction of Mark Waldrop and Musical Direction of Bruce Coyle. $20

10/23 7:30PM Liz Callaway "Passage Of Time" $30

9:45PM Jessica Kirson

10/24 5PM Suzanne Fiore Suzanne is a professional, award-winning vocalist. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with an emphasis in Voice and Acting from The Boston Conservatory. She is also a proud graduate of LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and the Performing Arts in Manhattan. Suzanne studied voice and performed in Italy at the Spoleto Vocal Arts Festival, was a soloist with the Boston Pops Orchestra, a soloist at the Rose Theatre in Jazz at Lincoln Center & toured the country with the national tour of Ragtime and Cameron Machintosh's Oliver! She has been nominated for a MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) Award for Best Female Cabaret Debut and performs regularly at the Metropolitan Room in addition to a variety of musical venues in Manhattan. She is also a Music Together teacher in the NYC area.$20
7:30PM Liz Callaway "Passage Of Time" $30

9:45 Micaela Leon

11:45PM Q-Talk Talk Scandalous Conversation,Soulful Crooning,and Scintillating Cocktails watch out the ladies of The View here come the men of Q-Talk. Q-Talk is a late night gay talk show at The Metropolitan Room.The show will be hosted by Joseph Macchia(cabaret and Off Broadway producer),Dave August (Naked Boys Singing and Broadway Cares Poster Boy),Stacey Todd Holt(The Producers and Cry Baby)Frantz Hall( Tommy Tune Tonite) and their token Straight Man Eddie Jacques. The mission on Q-Talk is to bring together both the straight and gay communities it will feature segments such as Table Talk, Performer interviews with performances, a lifestyle sections where the men will discuss everything from health and fitness to fashion and more. As well as gay pop culture. This month features special guests Terese Genecco and Uptown Express. No Cover

10/25 4PM Maureen Taylor "Taylor Made: Bob Merrill" Maureen Taylor celebrates Merrill from " the Simple to the Sublime!" Merrill celebrated the Ordinary Everyday Man... while "stitching a suit" of chart hits, novelty songs, 8 Tony award nominations, a Golden Globes nomination and an Academy Award for Best Song with songwriting partner Jule Styne. Come rediscover Bob Merrill from "How Much Is That Doggie In The Window, to "Mambo Italiano" to "Love Makes The World Go Round" to" Funny Girl"...and let the Ordinary Man thrive! $20

7PM Liz Callaway "Passage Of Time" $30

9:30PM Kathleen France "Book Of Love"

10/26 7PM Maureen Taylor "Taylor Made: Bob Merrill" $20

9:30PM Amanda McBroom To celebrate the release of her latest CD, CHANSON, Amanda , with music director Michele Brourman, will be performing an evening of the music of French musical legend Jacques Brel. Some of the songs will be familiar to fans of "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well..." in which Amanda has starred for over 1000 performances across the US and internationally. Some of the songs have never been performed in English before. It will be an evening of passion and politics ... a perfect complement to champagne and romance.$35

10/27 7PM Amanda McBroom "Chanson" $35

9:30PM Annie Ross $25

10/28 7:30PM Karen Oberlin "Birds Do It" MAC and Bistro Award winner Oberlin has been described by the NEW YORK TIMES as having "impeccable pop style (and) musical intelligence. (Her singing has) purity, naturalness, polished phrasing (and a) jazzy spontaneity." For her new show, "BIRDS DO IT," Oberlin finds her natural inspiration from such varied songwriters as Cole Porter, Fred Hersch, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joni Mitchell, Stephen Sondheim, Dave Frishberg and Paul McCartney. Called "thrilling" and praised for her musical diversity by Rex Reed in THE NEW

YORK OBSERVER, Oberlin promises an evening filled with delight and the

unexpected, just as nature itself can bring. Musical direction by Tedd

Firth. $20

9:45PM Amanda McBroom "Chanson" $35

10/29 7:30PM Uptown Express "Brand New Day" Special Guest Julie Gold $15

9:45PM Margy Seides Skip your Prozac on October 29th and come see Margy Seides...In The Presence of Others. In an innovative blend of music and comedy Seides invites you to lie back on her"cabaret couch" as she takes you through almost every obsession and neurosis known to man. If you don't leave feeling better then when you arrived she will treat you to a free session on her "real" couch!! The proceeds from this show will be donated to Mount Sinai Breast Health Resource program. $30

10/30 7:30PM Amanda McBroom "Chanson" $35

9:45PM Danielle Grabianowski For her solo cabaret debut Danielle Grabianowski - Metrostar's 1st runner up and the 2008 *1930's Idol* - will sing early songs from the Great American Songbook such as the Depression Era Classic, "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime" and the lesser known, "I'll Die Happy" as well as new tunes from the likes of Christina Courtin, Regina Spektor and the White Stripes. $15

10/31 2PM MAC/ASCAP Showcase

7:30PM Greta Pope Join Award Winning International Vocalist Greta Pope and pianist Rich Siegel for an elegant evening of Cole Porter favorites. **This exciting show includes Begin the Beguine, Let's Misbehave, My Heart Belongs to Daddy...and so many more great selections from the pen of this prolific American composer. The beautiful Metropolitan Room provides the perfect intimate atmosphere for this wonderful evening with... Cole Porter. $20

9:45PM Micaela Leon

The Metropolitan Room 34 West 22 (between 5th and 6th Ave.) Reservations strongly suggested (212) 206-0440

Each show has a 2 beverage minimum

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