Remembering Dottie, A Musical Tribute Scheduled for Jan. 16

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Members of the cabaret community will assemble Jan. 16 at Don't Tell Mama to pay tribute in song to singer-songwriter Dottie Burman, who died Nov. 27, 2006.

Richard Skipper will host Remembering Dottie, A Musical Tribute, which will feature the talents of Susan Baum, Ann Dawson, Ivan Farkas, Gerta Grunen, Bobbie Horowitz, Laurie Krauz, Dana Lorge, Trudi Mann, Sue Matsuki, Sidney Meyer, Vicki Phillips, Patricia Norcia, Carol Shedlin, Diana Templeton, Shannon Wollman and Sara Cedar Miller. Show time is 8 PM. Paul Greenwood will be the musical director for the evening, which will benefit the Central Park Conservancy. Bobby Kneeland is technical director, and there will be a special presentation by Dan Sherman.

Dottie Burman, formerly an English teacher at Stuyvesant High School, was a MAC-nominated songwriter and singer. She was also a motivational speaker and a career coach for other performers. Her one-woman show was titled Five Shows a Day, and she also penned the musical I'm in Love with My Computer. Her CD was titled "When the Palm Trees Grow in Central Park." Burman was a member of ASCAP, The New York Sheet Music Society, the Dramatists Guild, the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs and was an alumna of the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop.

There is a $25 cover charge for the concert and a two-drink minimum. Don't Tell Mama is located in Manhattan at 343 West 46th Street. For reservations call (212) 757-0788.

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