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News Joe's Pub 10th Anniversary Season to Feature Bernhard, Lemper, Hoffman and Sh-K-Boom Series An initial list of series and artists have been announced for the 10th anniversary season at Joe's Pub, the intimate cabaret located within the Public Theater.
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Over 300 shows will be presented from September through December, including many artists who have previously worked at the famed venue. Tickets for the 10th anniversary season will go on sale July 17 at noon.

In a statement Joe's Pub director Shanta Thake said, "The 10th anniversary is a great opportunity for us to reflect on the immense breadth of talent that has come through our doors while continuing to set the standard for live entertainment in New York, the country, and the world. We have created a space where literally anything is possible. From hip-hop to country, dance to jazz, and Broadway to Bach, you can see it at Joe's Pub."

Public Theater artistic director Oskar Eustis added, "In the last 10 years Joe's Pub has become an integral part of the Public Theater's mission and the cultural life of New York. Under its inspired director, Shanta Thake, the Pub will continue to be a beacon to musicians and artists who refuse to be segregated, pigeonholed, or made into commodities."

Highlights of the anniversary season follow.

  • Monday Late-Night Series
    Presented by Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records A weekly concert series every Monday night at 11:30 PM featuring Broadway performers and composers as well as The Midnight Musicals with concert versions of new and developing productions.
  • The Artists in Conversation Series
    A series of conversations with musicians, writers, actors, directors and visual artists.
  • Mike Daisey's If You See Something Say Something
    Created and Performed by Mike Daisey
    Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory
    Part of the Public Theater's 2008-09 season
    Daisey "investigates the secret history of the Department of Homeland Security through the untold story of the father of the neutron bomb and a personal pilgrimage to the Trinity blast site."
  • Sandra Bernhard
    Dec. 26-31
    The return of the acclaimed comic/actress.
  • Ute Lemper in Pirate Jenny Comes Back
    November 14-15, 21-22, 28-29
    German-born cabaret and Broadway star Ute Lemper returns with a journey that leads audiences "through the French song world from Ferre, Piaf to Prevert and Brel and continues to the backstreets of Berlin, where ancient ghosts with new faces write poetry and songs between yesterday and tomorrow."
  • Earl Dax Presents: Five for Five: Celebrating Ten
    Earl Dax re-teams with Mike Albo and Marga Gomez for Mike and Marga and continues with Karen Finley's Impulse to Suck; The Stew Songbook featuring Stew and Heidi Rodewald; and vocalists including John Cameron Mitchell, Taylor Mac and Penny Arcade.
  • Jamie McGonnigal Presents In the Wings
    Sept. 7 at 9:30 PM
    Broadway artists perform a mix of rare and well-known show tunes.
  • Michael John LaChiusa: Little Fish CD Release Celebration
    Sept. 8 at 9:30 PM. The concert will feature music from many of LaChiusa's shows, including Bernarda Alba and Little Fish. Singers will include Alice Ripley and Lea DeLaria.

  • Jamie McGonnigal Presents Broadway Loves
    Nov. 2
    A benefit concert featuring tunes from previous Broadway Loves concerts.
  • Billy Porter: The Standard
    Dec. 7 and 8 at 7:30 PM
    Broadway actor-singer Billy Porter offers "an evening of song, featuring new American Broadway standards, gospel, and soulful originals.
  • Jackie Hoffman
    Dates to be announced
    Current Xanadu star Hoffman returns with her latest routine to celebrate the release of her new recording, "Live at Joe's Pub." Joe's Pub is located within the Public Theater at 425 Lafayette Street. For more information visit or call (212) 967-7555.

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