REBOOT Starring Peg McCormick Moves Uptown, 3/15

Peg McCormick goes uptown Thursday March 15 at 7pm to Don't Tell Mama's in her show Reboot dealing with the many reasons, consequences and benefits that lead us to start over, begin again, erase, rewind, or reboot our lives. Featuring the songs of Sugarland, Coldplay, Dolly Parton, and The Cardigans, just to name a few. Suzanne Carrico, director. Tracy Stark, musical director. Donna Kelly, drums and percussion.

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PEG McCORMICK's theatrical career began in Houston playing the role of Doc, one of the seven dwarves, in a children's production of Snow White.  She grew upwards and onwards to perform with TUTS, Houston Grand Opera, AD Players, North Shore Music Theatre, TheatreLAB and Turtle Lane Playhouse. In New York she has appeared in cabaret venues such as Don't Tell Mama, The Duplex and Dillon's and is returning to Don't Tell Mama with REBOOT. In film, she has appeared in many student films that you haven't seen and played a video-happy cat lady in a music video with Fatboy Slim .  Peg holds her Bachelors degree in Music from Moores School of Music at the University of Houston and her Masters in Music from the Boston Conservatory.  

Suzanne Carrico, Director, won the MAC Award in 2008 for her debut in THE ART OF THE CAHN, featuring the Sammy Cahn songbook with Musical Director Tedd Firth & Director Mary Cleere Haran. In 2010 Suzanne's first studio album WHAT CHRISTMAS TIME MEANS TO ME, featuring The Don Rebic Quartet was released to critical acclaim. 2011 will bring a new show to her growing repertoire: BROKEN. 

Pianist/Arranger/Conductor/Singer-Songwriter, Tracy Stark is a 5-time MAC Award winner, in the categories of Piano Bar Entertainer (2008,2009), Music Director (2009, 2010), and Song of the Year (2011). She is also a Bistro Award winner for Musical Direction, and winner of the Dottie Burman Songwriter of the Year Award.  Tracy has worked with Lesley Gore, Phoebe Snow, Karen Black, RAndy Jones (Village People), Jimmy Osmond, Tovah Feldshuh, Eric Millegan, Tonya Pinkins, Ann Crumb, Marni Nixon, and hundreds of other rock, jazz, and Broadway vocalists. She has conducted, played, and sung at all the finest and the sleaziest venues all over the world. She has played/conducted on numerous television shows, including The Today Show. Her songs are included on at least 20 different compilations, and have been winning accolades in songwriting competitions for the past 2 decades.  Her last CD, 'Feast for the Heart' is exquisitely produced by Richard Barone, and includes a duet with the inimitable Phoebe Snow.  She is currently in the process of recording a new CD, on the MIRANDA MUSIC label.

Donna Kelly, percussion, has had the privilege of performing with Cy Coleman, Chita Rivera, Eartha Kitt, Lucie Arnaz and Leslie Uggams. She hails from N.Y.C. with a background in recording, performance, music instruction, movie soundtracks, live television, record production and musical direction. She appeared twice on Good Morning America in 2005 & Channel 11 Morning Show with Housewives on Prozac. She is also currently working with Tracy Stark, Dean Regan, Amy Coleman, R&B/Soul Artists, Nedra Johnson and Joshua Stedman and international world music group, Matou, amongst various other Artists in diverse genres. Some theatre credits are: Spit it out (musical direction and drums) Lawyers, Lovers and Lunatics; Exactly like you; Abies Island Rose; LaGioconda (drums & percussion) Donna is currently working on her own record, an instructional book for young Drummers and attending Hunter College for a degree in music. Some top venues played; The Bottom Line NYC; CBGBs NYC; The Playboy Mansion LA; Giant Stadium NJ; Shubert Theatre NYC; Amsterdam, New Orleans, St.Johns, NE and more.



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