Today’s New York Times has a review of Raissa Katona Bennett’s act at Feinstein’s. Here’s a great piece of special material that she does.
… Lady Mondegreen.
According to the NYTimes, a Lady Mondegreen is “the term for misheard song lyrics that give rise to new words or meanings.”
Excuse me while I kiss this guy.
Article from Sunday’s Post by Nelson Pressley on the Signature Sizzlin’ Summer Cabaret festival and his take on the DC scene:
Life is not a cabaret in buttoned-down Washington. Or is it?
The show tune and its close cousins may be making more inroads around town than you’d guess. More than ever, it’s possible to find singers — most of them with theater roots — crooning Broadway tunes or mashing up standards and pop hits in that casual, intimate brand of performance known as cabaret.
The NYPost today reports that Feinstein’s at the Regency will be closing in January. Bummer!
One of the highlights of Matt Howe’s recent shows at Black Fox and Germano’s was Burning Man, a song written for him by Jeff Blumenkrantz at the suggestion of Matt’s husband Dan Adler. Perfect for these burning days…
Playbill.com had a great article incorporating videos-up of various Bernadette Peters performances from her television talk show appearances over the years. Well worth checking out. (BTW, I think my favorite is English Girls from Song & Dance).
More than a week after Jane Horowitz saw the show, her review FINALLY appeared in the Post.
As I told the cast last night, except for our deliriously wonderful leading lady, each of the rest of us (depending on our level of ego) can decide where s/he fits into acting reviewed as being “not (of) a uniform level of skill.”
I’m in the show this coming weekend (6/14-17) and will be missing the closing weekend of the DCAC run, and then will be doing the show in the Fringe Festival.