An exhibition of the dying craft of the saloon singer/pianist as high cabaret art.
An excellent choice of quality performers.
Shapiro has charm and a strong voice.
Suzanne Vega, in my view, matches Mitchell’s sophistication and depth.
So much fun to be had.
Jeff Macauley cuts a fine figure on stage.
A crisp, clear voice, energy and heart.
Poignant, dramatic and downright funny.
The torch burns brightly and warmly at the hands of the pianist, singer and very knowledgeable Eric Comstock.
The Jewish influence on the Broadway musical theater cannot be over emphasized.
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