Singer and performance artist, Mary Elizabeth Micari, aka Reverend Mary, returns to the premier cabaret theatre, Don’t Tell Mama, for an encore performance of her acclaimed one-woman show, Lady in Black. The audience follows Rev. Mary on a musical journey spawned from a trip down memory lane thanks to her high school and college journals. Mary sings from her soul with a group of vintage noir-style tunes woven together to reveal the tale of a woman’s journey to find herself. The show returns to Don’t Tell Mama for one night only, Saturday, October 20, at 7 PM at Don’t Tell Mama, 343 W 46th St (between 8th & 9th Ave), New York, NY, 212-757-0788 (after 4:00PM), email@example.com
Rev. Mary’s All-Man Band returns with her: jazz pianist, Dan Furman; guitarist Alan Lighty; and drummer John Dinello. The production is produced by Jay Michaels Arts & Entertainment.
Rev. Mary is a specialist in vintage songs made famous between 1910-1950. Some tunes are familiar, some haven’t been heard in a century.
Rev. Mary is preparation a series of cabaret performances to happen during 2018-2019 each specifically-themed but all celebrating lost tunes from bygone eras.
Rev. Mary is the Lady in Black at Don’t Tell Mama: $15.00 cover charge and a 2-drink minimum per person ($10.00 cover charge and a 2-drink minimum per person for MAC and MCenter members). Cash Only.
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