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David Greenspan in an indoor in-person cabaret!
2 Nights Only
ASTORIA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
FRIDAY & SATURDAY @ 7pm
Limited Seating Available
TICKETS $10
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
This production runs approximately 50 minutes without intermission.
Ticket holders will be asked to fill out a health questionnaire, have their temperature taken at the door, and will need to wear a face mask and social distance while at APAC.
APAC is located 44-02 23rd Street in Long Island City, former home of the Secret Theater.  Subway is 7/E/M to Court Square. Directions available via Google Maps.
A set of ten songs - and some funny stories (like his father’s Alzheimer's).  All lady singers - and he’s going for the blonde: Mae West, Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Madonna (yes).  He’s even taking on a big Judy Garland song (you bet your ass he is).  Some Billie Holiday and Fanny Brice.  With remarkable arranger/pianist Jamie Lawrence.
David Greenspan is perhaps best known for appearing in his own plays, most notably Dead Mother, She Stoops to Comedy, Go Back to Where You Are, I’m Looking for Helen Twelvetrees and his solo plays The Argument and The Myopia – and for performing solo renditions of Eugene O’Neill’s Strange Interlude, Barry Conners’ The Patsy, Gertrude Stein’s lectures Plays, Composition as Explanation and What are Masterpieces.  He has worked with many contemporary playwrights and is a recipient of six OBIES, a RUTHIE, Guggenheim and Fox fellowships and an Alpert Award.
Jamie is an eclectic musician active in film, television, and theater as a composer, orchestrator and producer. He has  five Emmy awards and another ten Emmy nominations. He music directed the 2019 Tony Awards, and has been its chief composer/arranger and Assoc MD for many years. Jamie has scored many documentaries for HBO and produced the scores for all of Rebecca Miller’s films, most recently Arthur Miller: Writer, Maggie’s Plan, and The Private Lives of Pippa Lee.  Jamie loves writing songs and in the past few years has co-written albums with MuMu (Ladies First), Nora York (Swoon), Joe Brucato (Christmas in New York), as well as released his personal jazz foray, New York Suite. He is an adjunct professor of Film Music at NYU and lives in New York City. In his off hours he has a sideline as a writer/performer of children’s songs under his alias -- Jamie Broza. His first CD for children, “Bad Mood Mom and other Good Mood Songs,” made the Parents’ Choice Foundation’s list of the top 25 children’s CDs in the last 25 years.