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Jackie Draper

Jackie Draper brings her show Moonlight Propaganda back to the The Laurie Beechman Theatre this fall. In this show, the songs treat themes of moonlight mesmeric magic, how to recognize it and avoid its pitfalls… or fall headlong into its spell! There were songs in English, French, Italian, and, as usual, some dance.

Jackie will share the stage with Music Director (at the piano) – Gregory Toroian; on bass – Ritt Henn; on woodwinds – Amy Griffiths; special guest (and dance partner) – Franklin Ayala, plus an additional guest, Milo Saidl. Kimberly Vaughn directs.

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Helen Baldassare

Helen Baldassare will present History Lessons: A Cabaret Show, which she describes as a rap-free evening. Helen will be at The Duplex and joined on stage by her music director Bobby Peaco.

Click here to see Helen's flyer.

Cathy Szabo

Cathy Szabo returns with an encore performance at Don't Tell Mama confessing all her sins and sharing her wild stories with humor, compassion and tears! Don't miss this opportunity to maybe even embrace your own confessions!

Directed by Helen Baldassare, musical director Gregory Toroian. Click here for details.

Frank Fontana

Frank Fontana is returning to New York this fall, and will be performing at The Duplex with long-time music director Wells Hanley. The pair will be joined by Pete Donovan on bass.

Frank made his cabaret debut at The Duplex in its original location back in 1982. Over the years, he has appeared at numerous New York City cabarets and clubs, including Don't Tell Mama; Palsson's Supper Club; The Park Ten; Eighty Eight's; The Encore; The Iridium; and Danny's Skylight Room.

And now, after a long performing hiatus, he's journeying from his California home to spend a little time in autumn In New York.

This is Frank's first appearance in NYC since 2008, and we expect the room to fill quickly! Click here for information on how to buy tickets in advance or make your reservations.

Victor Neufeld

Victor Neufeld will return to Don't Tell Mama this fall with Songs we really, really like.

Victor will be back on stage with music director Wells Hanley on piano and John DeCesare on bass, Ai Murakami on drums and Jonathan Russel on violin.

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