Charlotte Cohn's SIMPLY COMPLICATED Cabaret

Charlotte Cohn's SIMPLY COMPLICATED Cabaret 

Gulfshore Playhouse and The Norris Center Present
Charlotte Cohn’s “Simply Complicated” Cabaret

Gulfshore Playhouse in partnership with The Norris Center will present Charlotte Cohn’s “Simply Complicated: The Elegant Escapades of a Danish-Israeli Opera Singing Tank Commander” Cabaret on April 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. The evening will include wine and snacks in a New York-style jazz club setting.

What do you get when you cross a Danish Orthodox Jew and a simple Israeli girl from a kibbutz? You get Charlotte Cohn, who at nineteen was already a Commander in the Israeli Army, but had her sights on a different path. Join her in this eclectic evening of music ranging from Puccini to The Beatles and hear the real stories that brought her from Ben Yehuda Street to Broadway.

"I’m so thrilled to have Charlotte back to The Norris Center for this brilliant and exciting show,” notes Jennifer Fox, Park Manager of The Norris Center.

Gulfshore Playhouse audiences will remember Charlotte in last fall’s Handle with Care as Ayelet. Charlotte has performed on Broadway as "Musetta" in La Bohemeand Coram Boy. Regionally she has played "Adriana" in The Boys From Syracuse and "Tailia" in The Murder of Isaac both at Centerstage in Baltimore, "The Gargoyle" in A Night in the Old Marketplace (written by Glen Berger of Broadway's Spider-Man), "Stephanie Necrophorus" in Nine at North Shore Music Theatre, and "Nana/Isabella" in Uncivil Wars - Moving with Brecht & Eislerat the Walker Art Center (dir. David Gordon). Charlotte is also an Ovation Award Winner for her performance in La Boheme at The Ahmanson Theatre in L.A. and a Bay Area Critics' Circle Award Best Actress nominee for her performance as 'Hallelujah Lil' in Happy End at A.C.T. in San Francisco.

Charlotte Cohn’s “Simply Complicated” Cabaret will perform April 27 & 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Norris Center, 755 8th Avenue South in Downtown Naples, FL. Tickets are $42, which includes wine and snacks and are available by calling The Norris Center at 239-213-3058.




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