By Michael Gioia
14 Jan 2013
Here's how the evening is described: "In a desperate attempt to pay her rent, single-white-cabaret performer-comedienne Kristine Zbornik is back with a somewhat new and entirely unrehearsed show. With the assistance of Bobby Peaco, her trusty piano-playing, joke-writing 'straight' man, Kristine Zbornik's Open-Ended Creation will most certainly be a rehash of everything you've already seen before and much, much less."
Performances will be offered every Sunday at 9:30 PM "until the rent is paid."
Zbornik added, "Now that I've played Broadway, Vegas, and Shakespeare in the Park, I'm finally feeling comfortable enough with myself that I'm ready to start dating."
Audiences can expect to hear old favorites such as "Besame Mucho," "Blame It On the Bossa Nova," "Everybody's F*cking But Me," "Some People," "Stand By Your Man," "Good Morning Heartache" and "Girl From Ipanema" as well as new titles such as "Never, Never, Never," "Get Away Don't Touch Me I Love You," "What Good Is Loving You With No Money," "Eat Sh*t and Die You Asshole" and "Because I Hate Obama Doesn't Mean I Voted Romney."
Zbornik, who was recently seen as Jack's Mother in the Shakespeare in the Park production of Into the Woods, has also been seen Off-Broadway in Forbidden Broadway, Road Show and Old Jews Telling Jokes as well as Mamma Mia! in Las Vegas.
The Duplex is located at 61 Christopher Street. There is no cover, just a two-drink minimum. For more information, call (212) 255-5438.