New Yorkers Sing Their Songs in Tapper's Evening at the Carlyle Revue June 8-30

News   New Yorkers Sing Their Songs in Tapper's Evening at the Carlyle Revue June 8-30
An Evening at the Carlyle, Albert M. Tapper's new musical revue set in — but not performed at — the famous New York City hotel, plays an Off-Off-Broadway run June 8-30.

Tom Herman directs the show, set at "the famed Bemelmans Bar," where "veteran bartender Tommy encounters an eclectic, humorous and occasionally infuriating variety of New Yorkers — neurotic barflies, frustrated renters, Sondheim-haters and Sinatra fanatics, ex-con executives, thwarted lovers and even a surprise celebrity or two," according to production notes.

Tony Sportiello/Algonquin Theater Productions presents An Evening at the Carlyle at the Algonquin Theater, 123 E. 24th Street, in Manhattan.

Book, music and lyrics are by Tapper. The cast includes Amanda Gabbard, Dennis Holland, Kelli Maguire, Michael F. McGuirk and Dan Stone. Musical direction is by David Wolfson.


Tapper wrote the book, music and lyrics for the hit Off-Broadway musical, Sessions, and wrote the music and co-wrote the lyrics and book for David, a musical based on the biblical story. ImPerfect Chemistry, for which he wrote the book and composed the music, played the Minetta Lane Theatre. Tapper also produced the acclaimed documentary film "Broadway: The Golden Age." The creative team includes John McDermott (set design), Brant Thomas Murray (lighting design), Cathy Small (costume design) and Josh Liebert (sound design). Performances will play Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights at 7 PM.

Senior and student discount tickets are available for $12.

All seats are $18 and are available by visiting or by calling (212) 868-4444.

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