Sweeney Todd’s Molina Joins Cearley for Reprise of Most Overdone Songs | Playbill

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News Sweeney Todd’s Molina Joins Cearley for Reprise of Most Overdone Songs Cabaret singer Nick Cearley returns to the Duplex Cabaret Theatre March 5 for a reprise of his acclaimed act The Most Overdone Songs Ever: A Brand New Not-so-New Revue.

Cearley, who was recently part of the workshop of Bill Russell and Peter Melnick's Last Smoker in America musical, will be joined onstage by Sweeney Todd star Lauren Molina — and her cello. Show time is 7 PM. The duo will also take to the intimate Duplex stage April 2, May 7 and June 4, all at 7 PM. The Most Overdone Songs Ever features direction by Phil Geoffrey Bond and musical direction by Ray Fellman. About the show performer Cearley said in a statement, “For those who saw it the last time, it has been seriously revised and many changes have occurred including the addition of my good buddy Lauren Molina. . . . Each month the show will gradually become a different show, morphing the show into an entirely different show each month. Basically, you will get to see showtune after showtune disappear and change!”

The Duplex is located in Manhattan at 61 Christopher Street. There is a $10 cover charge and a two-drink minimum. Call (212) 255-5438 for reservations.

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