I'll Say I Love You in a Song is Lisa Dennett's tribute to Jim Croce, singer/songwriter gone at the height of his career in 1973. All his famous hits both as you remember them, some with a new twist, as well as lesser known songs. Musical Director: Sean Harkness. Director: Lennie Watts. Two-drink minimum. Reservations strongly encouraged.
News About I'll Say I Love You in a Song at Don't Tell Mama
Lisa Dennett Will Return To Don't Tell Mama With Jim Croce Tribute Show
August 17, 2022
After a successful run in April 2022, I'll Say I Love You In A Song, Lisa Dennett sings the songs of Jim Croce will return to Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street on Thursday September 22nd at 7:00pm EST.
Feature: Gerrilyn Sohn - Lady Sings With Hues
July 30, 2022
After a successful first year in cabaret, a two-year pandemic-informed hiatus, and the heatwave of 2022, Gerrilyn Sohn returns to Don't Tell Mama for her second season and a new show.
Lisa Dennett Returns To Don't Tell Mama This April With I'LL SAY I LOVE YOU WITH A SONG
March 23, 2022
Actor-vocalist Lisa Dennett sings the songs of Jim Croce in I'll Say I Love You In A Song, at Don't Tell Mama, on two Saturdays, April 2 and April 9 at 3:30 PM.
BWW Interview: Catching Up with Brandy's and Don't Tell Mama's Alison Nusbaum
March 22, 2022
This singing actress doing double-duty in different piano bars is always on the lookout for an adventure and Surflight Theater provided her with plenty of it last year... and next month, the adventure continues...
Lisa Dennett to Return to Don't Tell Mama With I'LL SAY I LOVE YOU IN A SONG
February 18, 2022
Lisa Dennett will return to Don't Tell Mama with I'll Say I Love You in a Song, a tribute show to Jim Croce. Directed my multiple MAC award winner Lennie Watts, with MAC, Bistro and Broadway World award winner Sean Harkness at her side providing musical direction this is a comforting show not to be missed.
BWW Review: A CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF MISS PEGGY LEE From The Mabel Mercer Foundation
May 29, 2021
Broadway World Cabaret welcomes a new correspondent who will focus, solely, on virtual content, and for his first outing Jarrod Cafaro got a doozy of a show.
Feinstein's/54 Below To Reopen June 17; Upcoming Concerts to Feature Andy Karl & Orfeh, Andre De Shields, Alice Ripley & More!
May 17, 2021
After a 15-month shutdown due to the COVID-19 epidemic, proprietors Steve Baruch, Richard Frankel, and Tom Viertel have announced that “Broadway’s Supper Club” Feinstein’s/54 Below will reopen its iconic red door for live performances on June 17, 2021.
BWW Interview: Marilyn Maye of BROADWAY, THE MAYE WAY Premiering May 8th On 54 Below Premieres
May 06, 2021
Marilyn Maye has played big rooms, small rooms, and even tents and driveways, but on May 8th she goes virtual with a new show from Feinstein's/54 Below... and it is worth seeing.
BWW Feature: Women's History Month: The Doyennes
March 31, 2021
Everyone knows their names and wants to see their shows. These artists are the Women who lead the cabaret community. Hear them roar.
BWW Interview: Jamie deRoy & Laughs & Memories & More
March 12, 2021
In an in-depth interview with one of the industry's most fascinating women, Stephen Mosher covers the bases and the decades with Jamie deRoy
BWW Feature: MAC AWARD RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED On Facebook Live
March 31, 2020
On Monday, March 30th, the 2020 MAC Awards were broadcast via Facebook Live from the living rooms or Lennie Watts and Amy Wolk/Lorinda Lisitza in a split-screen presentation in which The Three Stooges of Cabaret made their community of artists laugh with many hi-jinks, giggles, grins, silliness, and an ongoing series of the new MAC Award theme song, penned by Wolk and Lisitza themselves. The intent was to bring some levity to a difficult time in the world and, judging by the comment scroll during the home-made telecast, the hardworking trio tickled the funnybones of many. As names were announced, recipients called in to say a few words (apropos to the proceedings, Mr. Watts' telephone ringtone is the Benny Hill theme song) and particularly moving speeches from the proceedings came from Lisa Viggiano, Meg Flather, and Jeff Harnar. The entire show can be seen on Broadway World HERE. Results of the voting can be seen below.
BWW Interview: At Home With Sue Matsuki
March 28, 2020
Known in some circles as The Godmother of Cabaret, Sue Matsuki provides more than just good entertainment - she is a helping hand and a nurturer within the community, making all her colleagues feel safe and welcome.
BWW Interview: Jamie deRoy of JAMIE deROY & FRIENDS at Birdland
February 13, 2020
The Tony winner brings her 3 decade old show to the Birdland Theater Valentine's weekend.. and what a guest cast she has! Stephen Mosher chats with the iconic New Yorker about what to expedt
BWW Interview: Tanya Moberly of MOBERLY AT MAMAS MONTHLY at Don't Tell Mama
February 09, 2020
The Bistro Award winning director, producer and performer is having the busiest time of her career. So what better way to celebrate than create the most challenging series of shows possible? That's Tanya Moberly for ya...
Don't Tell Mama Frequently Asked Questions
What shows are coming up next at Don't Tell Mama
From Out of the Blues (3/26/23-4/22/23)
Where is Don't Tell Mama located?
Don't Tell Mama is at 343 W. 46 Street, New York, NY.
What shows have played recently at Don't Tell Mama
Archie's Weird Parody (11/11/22-11/11/22)
VANGARI: Funny You Should Ask (9/17/22-10/13/22)
Sir Dallan G.'s Jazzed-Up Gender Journey (4/7/22-4/7/22)
I'll Say I Love You in a Song (4/2/22-4/2/22)
YOU'RE NOTHING WITHOUT ME (3/25/22-3/25/22)
VANGARI: Cautionary Tales (9/23/21-9/23/21)
The Truth About Greece (6/23/21-6/23/21)
Mason at Mama's in MARCH (10/15/20-10/18/20)