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Jon Peterson's 'SONG MAN, DANCE MAN' at Triad Theater 11/25

Just announced! Multi-talented, multi-award winning song and dance man Jon Peterson brings his brand new show, Song Man, Dance Man to The Triad Theater for a one night only performance on Tuesday, November 25th at 9:00 pm. If theater is your thrill, then the rush that you get from that rare creature, the all-round entertainer, thrills you to bits! You are invited to join us for this very special one night only event that features one of today's most talented and dynamic forces -- Jon Peterson.

Musical direction is by the accomplished Michael Levine.

The Triad Theater is located at 158 West 72nd Street (between Broadway & Columbia.) There will be a $12 Entertainment charge and a 2 drink minimum.  Reservations: (212) 362 2590

About the show:

Based on six subjects, this intimate musical revue epitomizes the true entertainment package. They not only made great music, but each, in their own individual way, created a world of magic with what they brought to the table.

George M. Cohan: The man who invented the song and dance man.

Fred Astaire & Gene Kelly: Each brought their unique excellence that revolutionized the movie musical.

Sammy Davis Jr: Staked his claim as one of the world's great all-round entertainers against the odds in the face of racism of the America of the day.

Anthony Newley: His eccentric, Cockney brilliance shook the musical world.

Charles Aznavour: He always wove many webs through his mesmerizing storytelling.

These men stood alone and entertained.

This intimate musical revue is merely an acknowledgment of their greatness.

About Jon Peterson:

Last seen in "Half A Sixpence," (Arthur Kipps) at Goodspeed Opera House.

Broadway credits: "Cabaret" (Emcee). Off-Broadway: "George M. Cohan Tonight!" (George M) at Irish Rep. New York (2006 Drama Desk Award nominee: Best Solo Performance, 2006 Drama League Honoree, Connecticut Critics' Circle Award: Outstanding Actor in a Musical), "Have A Heart" (Henry), "The George M. Cohan Revue" (George) -- Back Stage Bistro Award: Outstanding Performer in a Revue. National Tours and Regional: "The World Goes Round," (Man #1), "The Rocky Horror Show" (Frank 'n' Furter), "Cabaret" (National Tour) (Emcee) Nominee: National Broadway Theatre Award: Best Actor in a Musical: "A Chorus Line" (Paul). West End and UK National Tours: "The Sound of Music" with Petula Clarke (Rolf), "A Chorus Line" (Paul), "Dames At Sea" (Lucky), "She Loves Me" (Bus Boy), "Y " (Revue), "Sophisticated Ladies," "Cavalcade" (Joey), "Whooop-Dee-Doo!" (Revue), "Cats" (Skimbleshanks, then Mistofolees, then Skimbleshanks again), "On Your Toes," "BLITZ!" (Georgie).

Feature Films: "Anna Balerina", "Mail Order Wife", "Surviving Picasso," "Chish 'N' Fips."

Television: "The Bill," " Inmates", "Out On Thursday."

Cabaret and concert appearances with Ruthie Henshall, Michael Ball, Bonnie Langford, Stephen Brinberg, Chita Rivera, as well as solo shows,: "Comes Love" and "Skidoo!"

Albums: "The Johnny Mercer Jamboree," "Skidoo!", "George M. Cohan Tonight!"

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