More Me – – on YouTube — on Super Tuesday

February 5, 2008

A couple of clips from the Fall 2007 production of Primary Urges are now available on YouTube thanks to our indefatigable auteur Nicholas Zill. 

Here’s one perfect for Super Tuesday — your favorite cabaret blogger as rabid Obama supporter crashing HRC’s party. The video also features Rachael Goldman as Hillary, Marilyn Bennett, Dough Smith, Michael Bruno and Mary Jane Bruno.

The place to be February 2nd…

January 23, 2008

roof_top_photo_1.jpgroof_top_photo_1.jpgroof_top_photo_1.jpgOn February 2, a host of outstanding cabaret performers, all DC Cabaret Network members — Terri Allen, Davey Brown, Chris Cochran, Deborah Davidson, Emily Everson, Michael Miyazaki, Joe Peck, Kathy Reilly, Ron Squeri and Eileen Warner — are teaming up to bring you good music and good fun while benefiting scholarships for disadvantaged DC-area youth through a College Access Fund.

I’m looking forward to this, not just because I’m in it, but from the rehearsal I heard, some of my favorite area performers are going to be delivering knock-out performances — this is a show not to be missed!!!!

From heart-felt to stand-and-belt, this show pulls no punches when it comes to providing the kind of excellent entertainment DC audiences have come to expect.

Curtain is 7:30 pm at the River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation located at 6301 River Road, Bethesda, MD.

Ticket prices range from $10 for students to $60 for “family” admittance, and includes a cold supper with a cash bar.  A special admission price of $ 20 for DC Cabaret Network members can be had by contacting Kathy Reilly at; or for general admission tickets and directions go online to

Above right, the lovely Kathy Reilly, the organizer of the event

Get ready for Super Tuesday…

January 9, 2008

… by seeing the lastest edition of Primary Urges!!!

The musical revue (featuring your favorite cabaret blogger) returns on Friday, February 1st (8:00pm) and Sunday, February 3rd at 3:00pm at the Writers Center in Bethesda.

There’ll be acombination of previous City in a Swamp material and even some new surprises!

Here’s how to order tickets

A New Year’s Gift…

January 1, 2008

I got the most incredible New Year’s gift from Jill Leger (she of “Jill’s Jottings”).

Jill edited and posted a piece about Planet Michael, the show I did at Indigo in November, on YouTube as well as an excerpt. Here they are, I hope you enjoy!

Planet Michael Tickets on the Web

November 14, 2007

The Atlas Theater Web site has been updated for all of you who want to order “Planet Michael” tickets online.

Planet Michael — Indigo at the Atlas Performing Arts Center (1333 H St NE, Washington DC), Friday, 30 November, 9:00pm

Three Weeks to My Indigo Show!!!

November 10, 2007

Michael Miyazaki

Take a trip to…

Planet Michael

Michael Miyazaki presents a cabaret exploration of life in the 00’s!

Alex Tang – Music Director

Ron Squeri – Stage Director

Friday, 30 November 2007 — 9:00pm

Indigo: Cabaret, Jazz, and Comedy

at the Atlas Performing Arts Center (1333 H Street NE, Washington DC) 

Reservations 202-399-7993 

$22.50 + 2 drink minimum Answering the musical question, “What planet are you on?”

“Planet Michael” at Indigo, Friday, November 30

November 2, 2007

Please save the date!!!

I’m very pleased to announce that I’ll be performing my show “Planet Michael” at Indigo at the Atlas Theater on Friday, November 30.  The wonderful Alex Tang will music direct and Ron Squeri will stage direct.

The show will feature a lot of great material, by contemporary cabaret and theater writers such as Shelly Markham and Judith Viorst, Stephen Lutvak, and Maury Yeston, as well as standards by Cy Coleman, Stephen Sondheim, and Noel Coward.

 Resevation info will follow.

Primary Urges Part 6: The Penultimate Weekend

October 31, 2007


The Primary Urges cast: (l. to r.) Marilyn Bennett, Michael Bruno, Rachael Goldman, Doug Smith, Mary Jane Bruno, Michael Miyazaki

 Please come see our show!!!

It’s our next to last weekend.  We’ve got a grip on what we’re doing (i.e. I’ve finally learned the choreography for the closer).  And it’s a charming, fun show — intimate space and a terrific band. 

Primary Urges, Warehouse Theater, Friday and Saturday, 8:00pm.  More info click here.