NYC's Broadway Chatterbox Welcomes David Friedman, Jan. 13

News   NYC's Broadway Chatterbox Welcomes David Friedman, Jan. 13 New York City comic Seth Rudetsky, whose Seth's Broadway Chatterbox is part on-stage talk show, part cabaret performance, will welcome songwriter-conductor David Friedman 6 PM Jan. 13.

New York City comic Seth Rudetsky, whose Seth's Broadway Chatterbox is part on-stage talk show, part cabaret performance, will welcome songwriter-conductor David Friedman 6 PM Jan. 13. Staged at Don't Tell Mama, the famous Manhattan cabaret venue, Broadway Chatterbox is billed as "a combination of Mike Douglas, Dr. Seuss and Pee Wee Herman."

Friedman was a favorite songwriter of the late Nancy LaMott.

Proceeds from the $10 cover/two drink minimum admission go to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Future shows will have "chatter" from Priscilla Lopez and Kelly Bishop (A Chorus Line) Jan. 20, and Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner (Side Show) in February.

Don't Tell Mama is at 343 W. 46th St. Call (212) 757-0788.

-- By Kenneth Jones