Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The Salon Wrap-Up for July 15th, 2018: "Something Cool"

When I was a kid, Summer was so much fun
Playing and laughing all day in the sun
We would all gather for a game of tag
Or running a race to the finish flag

We would think of ways to try and stay cool
Like going for a swim at the public pool
Drinking tall glasses of cold lemonade
While sitting under a tree in the crisp shade

Riding our bikes up and down the street
And waiting for the ice cream truck, so we could buy our treat
Staying up late with my best friend
Hoping that Summer would never end

I'm grown up now but it's just not the same
The loss of innocence is such a shame
It's been a long time but they're still  very clear
Those summertime memories that I hold so dear

And another awesome night of music and magic is upon us!

We had a wonderful night this week.  We didn't have a big house, but we had more than enough talent and heart to fill the room.  Our co-host for this week was the wonderful Joan Jaffe!  She started the night by singing about that heat (the weather kind) and romance (the heartbreaking kind) in tonight's theme song "Something Cool,"  and followed it with a song her father used to sing, "Mississippi Mud."  Her next song was the fabulous Sondheim work "Anyone Can Whistle." She started the second set with one of Blossom Dearie's songs, "Rhode Island is Famous For You," and closed the evening with the hilarious Memory spoof -- performed only the way the fabulous Joan Jaffe can.  Joan will be performing "Something Cool" on Saturday, July 21st, at 7pm at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.  She also has a recurring role on this season of "Orange Is The New Black," which is now airing on Netflix.



Quick Wrap - Classical Corner

Modulation (my favorite thing in the world) was the focus for the night.  In popular music, they usually go up half a step.  In classical pieces, however, a modulation can often be found within the piece.  Mark talked about the circle of fifths - which is going a fifth at a time up or down the keyboard -- which was used a lot by Bach, and Mark demonstrated it with Bach's "C minor Prelude."  Pivot chords are frequently used for modulations.  That is a new chord that has something (a note) in common with the earlier chord. Mark then demonstrated that by playing a portion of Mozart's "C major Sonata."  He also talked about the chromatic scale (in which every note is played), as opposed to the diatonic scale and gave several wonderful examples.  Matthew Martin Ward joined us toward the end to show us other examples of modulations by playing Schumann's "Widmung."


Roster of performers for the evening (in order of appearance):
Click link to visit the performer’s website or other links, when available.
All piano accompaniment by Mark Janas  unless otherwise noted.


Co-Host: Joan Jaffe (accompanied by the lovely Matt Baker)
Louisa Lee Poster
Edie Stokes
Anna Brookstaber (with Stephen Cordine at the piano)
Stephen Cordine (self on the keys)
Frances O'Flynn (with Matthew Martin Ward tickling the ivories)
Sally Darling (with Matthew Martin Ward at the baby grand)
Matthew Martin Ward (self at the 88s)
Annie Lebeaux
Candice Oden (Moi!)
Classical Corner
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Co-Host: Joan Jaffe
Michele Zalkin
David Ballard
Richie Eisenberg
Frances O'Flynn (encore with Matthew Martin Ward on the piano)
Sally Darling (encore with Matthew Martin Ward at the keys)
Matthew Martin Ward (encore with himself tickling the ivories)
Louisa Lee Poster (encore)
Angela Leone (encore)
Co-Host: Joan Jaffe

Special thanks to tonight's musicians: Matthew Martin Ward and Mark Janas, and thank you to Jose Pena, our videographer for the night!  Also thanks to David Ballard on lights and sound, the amazing waitstaff, and the management at Etcetera Etcetera.

Performances coming up by guests of this evening's Salon:

Ongoing Shows

Monday nights (7pm): Opera Open Mic at Shanghai Mong with Mark Janas and Matthew Martin Ward, 30 West 32nd Street, NYC.

Every Tuesday (6pm-7pm): "Peaceable Hour - Music to soothe the spirit and restore the heart" with Sarah Rice, Mark Watson, and Janice Hall. FREE at Saint Clements Church and Chapel, 423 West 46th Street, NYC.

Beginning August, 2018, every Tuesday: Louisa Lee Poster will be singing at the Flatiron Hotel.

Upcoming Shows

Thursday, July 18, 2018: Bobbie Horowitz is hosting her Color Psychology Image Workshop.

Saturday, July 21, 2018: Edie Stokes plays and sings at Chez Josephine, 424 W 42nd St, NYC.

Sunday, July 22, 2018 (4pm): Angela Leone revamps her CD release show at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, July 27, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly appears in "Ricky Ritzel's Broadway" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th St, NYC.

Saturday, July 28, 2018: Edie Stokes performs in a memorial for the beloved Barry Levitt.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018: Deborah Stone in "Siren Song" with Daryl Kojak at Pangea, 178 2nd Avenue, NYC.

Thursday, August 16, 2018 (7pm): Michele Zalkin is the Spotlight Performer at Parnell's, 350 E 53rd St, NYC.

Thursday, August 16, 2018 (7pm): Matthew Martin Ward is acting as musical director for Stephen Hanks' "Cabaret Campaigns: Ride The Blue Wave 2018!" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, September 8, 2018 (8pm): Zach Wobensmith will be appearing in the benefit concert production of "The Flood" at TimesCenter, 242 W 41st St, NYC.

Wednesday, September 12 (7pm): Matthew Martin Ward has his Cabaret Theatre Workshop performance at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, September 13, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Kendra Cunningham in "This Could Be You" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday September 27-Sunday September 30, 2018 (6pm): Zach Wobensmith will be playing the Narrator/Mysterious Man in "Into The Woods" in concert at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, 407 
W 42nd St, NYC.

Friday, September 29, 2018 (4pm): Matthew Martin Ward has his second performance of his Cabaret Theatre Workshop show at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, October 13, 2018 (4pm): Becca Kidwell performs "Fangirl" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, October 19, 2018 (9:30pm): Tanya Moberly directs "She Bangs She Bangs," written and performed by Jennifer Bangs at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, October 25, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Kendra Cunningham in "This Could Be You" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, October 26, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Amy Beth Williams at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Monday, November 5, 2018 (7pm): "Marnie Klar Sings Bobbie Gentry" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, November 10, 2018 (1pm): "Marnie Klar Sings Bobbie Gentry" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, November 12, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs "She Bangs She Bangs," written and performed by Jennifer Bangs at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, November 12, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs "Lisa Viggiano Sings Bruce on Restaurant Row" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, November 16, 2018 (7pm): "Marnie Klar Sings Bobbie Gentry" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, November 17, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Amy Beth Williams at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, November 29, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Kendra Cunningham in "This Could Be You" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, November 30, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Amy Beth Williams at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, December 1, 2018 (5pm): Tanya Moberly directs "She Bangs She Bangs," written and performed by Jennifer Bangs at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, December 7, 2018 (7pm): "Marnie Klar Sings Bobbie Gentry" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Monday, December 10, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Amy Beth Williams at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, December 13, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Kendra Cunningham in "This Could Be You" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, December 30, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs "Lisa Viggiano Sings Bruce on Restaurant Row" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, April 26, 2019: Robin Kradles stars in "70 Is the New 40" at Don't Tell Mama, 
345 West 46th Street, NYC.

NEXT SALON! - Sunday, July 22nd, 2018:
Our next Salon is being co-hosted by David Hadju, featuring Emery HadjuMarissa MulderKaren Oberlin, and Jon Webber, with guest host/pianist John Cook!  The theme next week?  "Contradictions."
- Candice Oden
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The Salon Wrap-Up for July 8th, 2018: "Long Ago & Far Away"

Wow!  What a great night!  A WONDERFUL way to ring in the Salon new year -- because welcome back, everyone!  We hope everyone had a wonderful hiatus and that everyone's anxious to stretch their vocal cords/fingers/guitar strings/etc.

Our co-host for this week was the fabulously Australian Kim David Smith.  He started the night by singing "Song Of Black Max," which he actually considers a Christmas song ... even though there's no mention of Christmas. ;)  But he loves to sing it at Christmas, and we were so glad he shared it with us in July.  He started the second set by entertaining us with "Ich Bin Ein Vamp," and then he shared his wonderfully talented friend Tracy Stark, who sang a fantastic song she co-wrote entitled "New York Is Closing." Kim closed the show with the fabulous "And The Time Are Dark And Fearful."



Salon Spotlight
The Salon Spotlight was the Bruce Clough!  He started his set by sharing a very intimate story of how he was bullied as a child, which led us into his first song, "Lost Boy."  His second song which had a totally different and awesome vibe called "Use Me" was inspired by his high school -- VERY hot -- girlfriend. ;)  He finished with the exciting "Toxic Love."



Quick Wrap - Classical Corner
Classical Corner was particularly interesting tonight.  Mark focused on Baroque music, which was, actually, defined really by Bach.  The dates that are considered Baroque era are actually the dates of Bach's life and death -- 1685-1750.  An interesting note in his life (no pun intended)?  Between two wives, Bach had 20 children.  WHAT?!

Tonight, we learned about sequencing and imitative texture.  We learned that clarity was a major component in Baroque music, as there were no pedals on the piano.  Tuning was also quite different during Bach's time.  They used what was called "real tuning," but it was very problematic.  Certain notes would become so out of tune to the point that they simply couldn't be played on the piano.  The science of tuning progressed, though, and they came up with "well temperament," which allowed any song to be played in any key.  Bach set out to prove this with his piece "The Well-Tempered Clavier."

Mark dazzled us tonight with many examples, and finally played for us a portion from "Brandenburg Concertos."  Thank you, Mark!

Roster of performers for the evening (in order of appearance):
Click link to visit the performer’s website or other links, when available.
All piano accompaniment by Mark Janas  unless otherwise noted.


Co-Host: Kim David Smith (with Tracy Stark at the piano)
Bobbie Horowitz
Madelaine Warren
Shannon Wynne
Jonathan Kuhn
Michele Herman
Michael Colby (with Andrea Colby on the keys)
Nicci Nicholas
Candice Oden (Moi!)
Lauren Stanford
Salon Spotlight: Bruce Clough
Classical Corner
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Co-Host: Kim David Smith (with Tracy Stark at the 88s)
Tanya Moberly
Jen Bradley (and Tanya Moberly)
TJ Polzin
John Burns
Jeff Flaster
Eileen Lacy (with Matthew Martin Ward tickling the ivories)
Sally Darling (with Matthew Martin Ward on piano)
Frances O'Flynne (with Matthew Martin Ward at the baby grand)
Barbara Malley (with Matthew Martin Ward on the keys)
Matthew Martin Ward (self at the 88s)
Richie Eisenberg (self at the piano)
Steve Bustamante (self on the guitar)
David Ballard
Angela Leone
Co-Host: Kim David Smith (with Tracy Stark tickling the ivories)

Special thanks to tonight's musicians: Tracy StarkMatthew Martin Ward, Mark Janas, Richie Eisenberg, and Steve Bustamante -- who was also our videographer for the night!  Also thanks to Zach Wobensmith on lights and sound, the amazing waitstaff and management at Etcetera Etcetera.

Performances coming up by guests of this evening's Salon:

Ongoing Shows

Monday nights (7pm): Opera Open Mic at Shanghai Mong with Mark Janas and Matthew Martin Ward, 30 West 32nd Street, NYC.

Every Tuesday (6pm-7pm): "Peaceable Hour - Music to soothe the spirit and restore the heart" with Sarah Rice, Mark Watson, and Janice Hall. FREE at Saint Clements Church and Chapel, 423 West 46th Street, NYC.

Upcoming Shows

Wednesday, July 4-August 26, 2018 (various times): Adam Shapiro will be part of the cast of "Fiddler on the Roof" (in Yiddish), directed by Joel Grey, at The National Yiddish Theater, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Battery Park, NYC.

Thursday, July 12, 2018 (7pm): "Spotlight On You" open mic (featuring Tanya Moberly and Steven Ray Watkins) at 53 Above, 318 W 53rd St (1st floor), NYC.

Friday, July 27, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly appears in "Ricky Ritzel's Broadway" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th St, NYC.

Sunday, July 29, 2018 (4pm): Angela Leone revamps her CD release show at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018: Deborah Stone in "Siren Song" with Daryl Kojak at Pangea, 178 2nd Avenue, NYC.

Thursday, August 16, 2018 (7pm): Matthew Martin Ward is acting as musical director for Stephen Hanks' "Cabaret Campaigns: Ride The Blue Wave 2018!" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, September 8, 2018 (8pm): Zach Wobensmith will be appearing in the benefit concert production of "The Flood" at TimesCenter, 242 W 41st St, NYC.

Thursday, September 13, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Kendra Cunningham in "This Could Be You" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday September 27-Sunday September 30, 2018 (6pm): Zach Wobensmith will be playing the Narrator/Mysterious Man in "Into The Woods" in concert at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, 407 
W 42nd St, NYC.

October, 2018: Madelaine Warren is performing her cabaret show at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th St, NYC.

Friday, October 19, 2018 (9:30pm): Tanya Moberly directs Jennifer Bangs at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, October 26, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Amy Beth Williams at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

NEXT SALON! - Sunday, July 15th, 2018:
Our next Salon is being co-hosted by the fabulous Joan Jaffe!  The theme you ask?  Why, "Something Cool," of course.
- Candice Oden
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Monday, May 21, 2018

The Salon Wrap-Up for May 20th, 2018: "How Low Can You Go?"


For one being so tall, our Co-Host Ritt Henn sure knows how to get low. The theme was "How Low Can You Go?" and Bassman Ritt provided some bass notes as only a Bistro Award and MAC Award winner (who just came back from India and will go to Madison Square Garden in Vancouver and China this year!) could. Mark Janas (showing no sign of jet lag after returning from his London and Edinburgh tour with Ms. Turner) introduced Ritt to the stage, and Ritt proceeded to sing and host with his trademark wit, goofy play, and amazing bass skills. Ritt and Mark Janas, along with Sean Harkness on lead guitar, can also be seen in the coming weeks at Kathleen Turner's show "Finding My Voice" at Cafe Carlyle.

Ritt started by accompanying himself on bass as he sang his own work, the charming and romantic "Born to Hold You in My Arms," which featured his sense of humor and some musical puns. He regaled us with a story of having a "walking bass solo with a wireless rig" and actually carrying the bass outside into the sidewalk area and then back into the club - he loves being literal! For his mid-show set, Ritt explained that the theme of the evening was relates to Kathleen Turner, who can sing a half note lower than he can sing early in the morning. As he put it, "Sometimes 'low' is a note, sometimes it's a state of mind" before going into the bluesy "Helen Keller and Me," again accompanying himself on upright bass with trademark cheeky humor. He then introduced the idea of lowering one's blood pressure and started on an original tune "Zen and the Art of Waiting in Line." He had the whole audience in an introductory "OMMM," and then added some adorable whistling and fast-zen dextrous bass plunks and vocals to tell the story of how to deal with the queue-waiting-blues (we've all been there) with clever lyrics like "trade my rant for a chant...ommm" and teaching us his "Sinatra Mantra." He then switched from the upright bass to electric bass, talked about India's roadside stands called "Cool Parlours," and introduced his other and better half Beth Falcone, who took to a mic to talk about their India trip together. Apparently, their luggage didn't make it to Bangalor, so they then went shopping - she was dressed in a gorgeous red-tinged Indian garb on stage as a result. They duetted on "It Was You" in sweet harmony waltz, which melted into a hot swinging version and a kiss at the end.

Beth is music directing the Off-Broadway musical "Unexpected Joy" at the York Theater for one more week, and on the Thurs/Sat Matinees she will lord over Ritt Henn on bass in the orchestra! Information at yorktheatre.org.

To end the evening, Ritt sang his MAC Award-nominated song written "Dumped," a moody, da-da-ish song full of loose notes and rhythms, which broke into a upbeat ending. It matched Ritt to a 'T', and we were all thankful to have him as Co-Host for the evening!

Ritt Henn

Salon Spotlight
The Salon Spotlight was the comedy singing duo of Cheo Bourne and Lena Moy-Borgen (with Devon Perry as "Receptionist" on piano). With Cheo's high tenor mixed with Lena's mezzo blended in nice tight harmony, they exchanged lyrics on hilariously arranged medleys. The first song though was an original song, "Office Party," which set up the whole idea for their upcoming show: a musical imagining of a 90s office party (no mention of a dead printer smashed by a baseball bat, or missing staplers, but it may show up). Next, they began some funny banter about the office's song suggestion box - lots of Celine Dion and not much Ace of Bass - but they went into "All That She Wants" by Ace of Bass anyway. They then went heavily into the 90s with "Ya Gotta Be/Wanna Be" plus a little "Bye Bye Bye" by *NSYNC. To make it really feel like it's 1997, they did a 90s Medley of songs, which included a good dose of Spice Girls to spice it up!

"Moy-Borgen and Bournes's Office Party" will take place on June 2nd, 7pm at Don't Tell Mama, with Musical Direction by Devon Perry.


Quick Wrap - Classical Corner
It's been a while since we had Classical Corner! Mark started by playing us a recording of a very famous piece, the beginning of Rossini's William Tell Overture featuring a beautiful mix of only cello and bass instrumentation, with a cello solo that goes two octaves (a huge range) in the first few bars. We associate the bass with only low notes, but there are famous piano notes in Classical repertoire that feature some real left-handed notes, like Chopin. One of Chopin's fans, Frans Lizt did Funeraia the month of Chopin's death in honor of him, and used the right handed melodies in great contrast to the fast left handed rhythm; all of these are quite a workout for the left hand. There are other pieces that use a lot of the left hand where the melody is in the left and the right hand just does backup.

Mark then asked us all to close our eyes and listen as he played a little piano selection. We all did, and listened as a gorgeous piano piece, floating and plaintive, was played. We then opened our eyes and were challenged to ask why it was a unique piece (Matthew Martin Ward was not allowed respond). It turns out Alexander Scriabin's hand was at play for Mark's Classical Corner, or at least his left one - Mark played Scriabin's Prelude and Nocturne for the Left Hand, Opus 9 (for left hand alone). Scriabin was a Russian boy in school who was very envious of Antone Rubenstein who had incredible technique. In fact, Alexander got tendinitis by practicing over and over to match Rubenstein's technique; so much so that he damaged his right hand so much that he had to write for the left hand only in his works for a while. Mark then went to the keys again and played the song again (his right hand lying by his side on the piano bench) so we could watch how the part is played with our eyes open, and gasps from many people in the audience were heard at this realization.

Roster of performers for the evening (in order of appearance):
Click link to visit the performer’s website or other links, when available.
All piano accompaniment by Mark Janas  unless otherwise noted.


Co-Host: Ritt Henn
Ira Lee Collings
Deborah Stone
Lou Iacovino
Madelaine Warren
Mimi Lyons  - New Haven June 1 benefit
Jeff Michael (self on piano)
Frances O'Flynne (with Matthew Martin Ward on piano)
Sally Darling (with Matthew Martin Ward on piano)
Matthew Martin Ward (self on piano and Ritt Henn on bass)
David Ballard
Sierra Rein
Kathleen France (with Ritt Henn on bass)
Salon Spotlight: Cheo Bourne and Lena Moy-Borgen (with Devon Perry on piano)
Classical Corner
BREAK
Co-Host: Ritt Henn and Beth Malone (with Ritt Henn on bass)
Tanya Moberly (with Ritt Henn on bass)
Ruperta Nelson
Angela Leone (with Bill Zeffiro)
Bill Zeffiro (self on piano)
Dawn Derow (with Bill Zeffiro on piano and Ritt Henn on bass)
Richie Eisenberg (self on piano)
Freddy Freeman (self on piano)
Barbara Malley
Adam Shapiro
Co-Host: Ritt Henn

Special thanks to tonight's musicians: Devon Perry, Matthew Martin Ward, Mark Janas, Ritt Henn, Richie Eisenberg, Freddy Freeman and Jeff Michael, and our videographer Jose Peña. Also thanks to David Ballard on lights and sound, the amazing waitstaff and management at Etcetera Etcetera.

Performances coming up by guests of this evening's Salon:

Ongoing Shows

Monday nights (7pm): Opera Open Mic at Shanghai Mong with Mark Janas and Matthew Martin Ward, 30 West 32nd Street, NYC.

Every Tuesday (6pm-7pm): "Peaceable Hour - Music to soothe the spirit and restore the heart" with Sarah Rice, Mark Watson, and Janice Hall. FREE at Saint Clements Church and Chapel, 423 West 46th Street, NYC.

Upcoming Shows

Friday, May 25, 2018 (7pm): Sally Darling and others will be a part of Ricky Ritzel's Broadway with "A Little Night Music," at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, May 27, 2018 (9:30pm): Adam Shapiro will be presenting music as part of composer showcase "The Music of Jeff Thomson and Jeremy Desmond," at 54 Below, NYC.

Thursday, May 31, 2018 (7pm): Parnell's Thursday Night Spotlight Encore Performance featuring Lou Iacovino (and open mic performers) with Bill Zeffiro as Music Director, no cover/$25 minimum, 7pm-10pm, at Parnell's 350 East 53rd Street @ First Avenue, NYC.

Thursday, May 31, 2018 (7pm): Hostess with the Mostest Bobbie Horowitz celebrates her birthday while hosting the latest installment of her series, with Musical Director Matthew Martin Ward and including Marnie Klar, in "It's Just a Number," at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (7pm): "Moy-Borgen and Bournes's Office Party" with Musical Direction by Devon Perry at Don't Tell Mama 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, June 14 - Sunday, June 24, 2018: 5 performances of "Dan Ruth: A Life Behind Bars," directed by Tanya Moberly, will be at the Lounge Theater in 6201 Santa Monica Blvd, LA.

Friday, June 15, 2018 (7pm): Marquee Five in "Marquee Five Sings Sondheim" at the Laurie Beechman Theater, 407 West 42nd St, NYC.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 (7:30pm): "The Dawn, Sean, and Don Show: Off The Menu" with Dawn Derow, Sean Harkness, and Don Kelly at Carroll Place, 157 Bleecker Street, NYC.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Kendra Cunningham in "This Could Be You" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, June 24, 2018 (1pm): Matthew Martin Ward will be a part of "Richard Skipper Celebrates" at the Laurie Beechman Theater, 407 West 42nd St, NYC.

Sunday, June 24, 2018 (4pm): Sally Darling will be a part of "Together Again" at Don't Tell Mama, 345 West 46th Street, NYC.

Monday, June 25, 2018 (7pm): Sally Darling brings back her show "Sally Darling Sings Beatrice Lillie" with Matthew Martin Ward to Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, June 29, 2018 (7pm): Tanya Moberly featured at Ricky Ritzel's Broadway at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesday, July 4-August 26, 2018 (various times): Adam Shapiro will be part of the cast of "Fiddler on the Roof" (in Yiddish), directed by Joel Grey, at The National Yiddish Theater, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Battery Park, NYC.

Sunday, July 29, 2018 (4pm): Angela Leone revamps her CD release show at Don't Tell Mama, 345 W 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018: Deborah Stone in "Siren Song" with Daryl Kojak at Pangea, 178 2nd Avenue, NYC.

NEXT SALON! - Sunday, July 8th, 2018:
No Salon between May 27, 2018 – July 1, 2018
Our next Salon is not too long from now and at the same place it's always been, but the theme is going to be "Long Ago And Far Away" with Co-Host Kim David Smith. Our Salon Spotlight will be Bruce Clough. Have a great break!
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