Maris Wicker this Friday !!!

November 18, 2010

Dear Friends:

Just a reminder – if you don’t have plans for this Friday evening, I’d love to have you join me at ArtSpace Falls Church, where the wonderful pianist Jonathan Tuzman and I will be presenting “Just for Fun,” as part of the Creative Cauldron Fourth Wall Cabaret Series.

Our show, which begins at 8 pm, includes songs by Gershwin, Sondheim, Jobim, Berlin, as well as a few surprises!

ArtSpace Falls Church is a dynamic new visual and performing arts center located at 410 South Maple Avenue, Falls Church, VA 22046, on the street level of the Pearson Square Building. There is plenty of nearby free parking. For tickets and additional information, see http://www.creativecauldron.org or call 571-239-5288.

I hope you can join us to kick off the holiday season with good cheer and music.

Best wishes,

Maris


Two more upcoming shows & a DCCN Open Mic !!!!!!!

November 9, 2009

My head is spinning.  Two more shows in the next couple of weeks to take note of and an open mic:

The Vocal Arts Society salutes “Great Songwriting Teams” — Friday, 13 November, 7:30 pm.  Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center.

The show features the amazing line-up of Jason Graae (the Crown Prince of Cabaret Comedy who shows that an amazing voice can be as funny as a bad one), Mary Testa (Goddess/Legend) and Liza Forrester (Mezzo-soprano I’ve never heard of).

Signature Sings: 1995-1999, November 17 – 22, 2009

Current Cabaret Scenes cover boy Euan Morton and Natascha Diaz (so amazing in Every Little Step) perform songs from the musical productions from 1995-1999 including First Lady Suite, Cabaret, A Grand Night for Singing, Passion, The Rink, Sunday in the Park With George, Working, The Fix, A Little Night Music, Over and Over, and Tell Me on a Sunday.

DC Cabaret Network Open Mic, Monday 16 November, Sign-up 7:30, Start at 8:00pm, Warehouse Theater — Cancelled

Note this has been cancelled.  Check www.dccabaretnetwork.org for possible rescheduling.  The November  open mic features welcomes the DCCN debut of Jonathan Tuzman.  (BTW, mark your calendars: there’s also a November 30 one with Peter Darling at Stars).