Edelman, Anderson, Moran and Plantadit Sing Paris/New York: Deux Amours Starting Jan. 31

News   Edelman, Anderson, Moran and Plantadit Sing Paris/New York: Deux Amours Starting Jan. 31 Paris/New York: Deux Amours, the intercontinental cabaret performance featuring Tony nominee Gregg Edelman and Nancy Anderson, begins its romantic weekend at the Museum of the City of New York Jan. 31.

Presented as part of the Museum's current exhibition "Paris/New York: Design Fashion Culture 1925-1940," the new cabaret is written and directed by Michael Montel. Show time is 3 PM Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.

Joining Edelman (A Tale of Two Cities, Wonderful Town, City of Angels) and Anderson (Wonderful Town, A Class Act) onstage are Martin Moran (Titanic, Spamalot) and Karine Plantadit (Movin' Out, Saturday Night Fever). Lawrence Yurman serves as musical director.

The evening of song features selections from the Gershwins' "An American in Paris," Cole Porter's Can-Can, as well as Maury Yeston's "Folies Bergères" from Nine and Josephine Baker's La Revue Négre.

Tickets, priced $20, can be reserved by phoning (212) 534-1672, ext. 3395, or by visiting www.mcny.org.

The Museum of the City of New York is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.