Producer Ray Rackham has teamed up with famed NYC piano bar Marie's Crisis, known for its group showtune sing-a-longs, to bring Marie's Crisis Pop-Up Piano Bar to London October 30–November 3. The pop-up will take over legendary British gay pub The City of Quebec.
Singing pianists Kenney M. Green and Adam Michael Tilford from Marie's in New York will head up the five night pop-up, along with singers and Marie's regulars Randy Taylor and Jennifer Pace.
Before the British engagement, Green and Tilford will join Darren Criss to bring the Marie's Crisis experience to the mainstage of Elsie Fest on October 7.
For more than four decades, Marie's Crisis in New York's West Village has hosted theatre fans for drinks and singalongs of showtunes old and new. The popular nightspot features a singing pianist with an extensive repertoire of Broadway favorites to lead the festivities seven nights a week. The London pop-up follows three yearly pop-up engagements in Sydney.