Gingold Theatrical Group's 14th season of Project Shaw continues February 11 at the Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) with Shaw Songs @ The Players, a festive cabaret evening of songs that George Bernard Shaw played, sang, and enjoyed.
Directed by David Staller, the evening features the talents of Jim Brochu, Mary Claire Curran, Mara Davi, Cady Huffman, Howard McGillin, Jon Weber, Aaron Weinstein, and Karen Ziemba. The musical director is Henry Aronson.
Attendees can expect to hear songs by Gilbert and Sullivan, Rodgers and Hart, Noel Coward, and Cole Porter, as well as tunes from the worlds of operetta, opera, music hall, and more.
“Last year’s Shaw Songs event was so much fun, we’re returning to The Players with another evening of popular songs. Nobody more relished the songs of the day more than Shaw (he not only enjoyed singing them but also playing them on the piano at social gatherings!), and since he lived between 1856 and 1950 we’ve a golden wealth of material to draw from! For the price of our regular Project Shaw performance, you’re invited to a party. We’re also looking forward to being back in the legendary Players Club,” said Staller in an earlier statement.
Tickets may be purchased online at OvationTix.com or by calling (866) 811-4111. For VIP Seating, contact the GTG office at (212) 355-7823.
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(Updated February 11, 2019)