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Orietta Crispino in Let Me Cook For You: The Trilogy. Photo credit: Maria Baranova, courtesy Kamila Slawinski PR
Off Broadway
Elizabeth Ann Foster

Let Me Cook For You: The Trilogy

It is an evening of bonding, learning, and exploring as Orietta Crispino single-handedly cooks for the audience and tells a version of her story of how she ended up here. She insists it will not be about the past but reading the signs of the future.

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David Jackson. From 54Below.com
Cabaret
Edward A Kliszus

David Jackson at 54 Below

Jackson’s keenly personal anecdotes segued into music that defined moments of his life, with storytelling characterizing Broadway history.

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Debbie Gibson at 54 Below. Photo credit: Nick Spano
Cabaret
Edward A Kliszus

Debbie Gibson at 54 Below

She’s charming, self-deprecating, and pulled out all the stops tonight to celebrate and honor a career and life on stage. She proved she could both reminisce on her teenage stardom and deliver the American songbook to us.

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The AMT theater entrance doors open to welcome guests. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Off Broadway
Edward A Kliszus

The New AMT Theater Announces Its New Season

An Unbalanced Mind is an exciting full-scale musical theater event with singing, dancing, and live music provided by great musicians. The show boasts marvelous costuming, choreography, lighting, and sound in a marvelous intimate theater space.

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Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert, Courtney Mack, Keirsten Nicole Hodgens, and Mallory Maedke at 54 Below
Cabaret
Edward A Kliszus

The Four Alt Wives of King Henry VIII

Tonight was an entertaining concert by influential, gifted, and driven artists. We shall be hearing from them more and more as their sparkling careers continue to evolve. The band was solid, the sound balance was excellent, and the musicians seamlessly shifted through the demands and diverse styles of the songs.

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Will Turner and Julia Knitel in The Panic of '29. Photo credit: Carol Rosegg
Off Broadway
Elizabeth Ann Foster

The Panic of ’29

The play opens in 1929 with the VP of The New York Stock Exchange playing down what he knows is inevitable – the market is going to crash, and life as everyone has come to know it is about to change abruptly.

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