Nicole Lippey

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Nicole Lippey

The Triad, NYC, June 23, 2018

Reviewed by Bart Greenberg for Cabaret Scenes

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The ebullient Nicole Lippey presented her work in progress, a one-woman show that serves as a tribute to her family and friends (“my parents obviously raised me, but I grew up with my friends”). A wide range of songs was featured, both because their content reflected on the singer’s experiences and because the works themselves were favorites of some member of her circle.

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Lippey invigorated such standards as “I Feel Pretty” (treated as a song of female empowerment) and “A Whole New World,” while including some lesser-known material such as “Some Things Are Meant to Be” (Jason Howland/Mindi Dickstein from Little Women) and “Broken Hearted Me” (Randy Goodrum). She celebrated her love with a very sweet medley of “I Turned the Corner” and “Lucky to Be Me”

The songs were interwoven with happy memories—“We have such good memories because we made such good memories”—and sincere love for those around her. She also shared an intriguing encounter with a deer.

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Lippey knows how to personalize lyrics and how to use her lovely voice for maximum effectiveness. It will be interesting to see where she takes this show as she works to develop it further.

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Bart Greenberg

Bart Greenberg first discovered cabaret a few weeks after arriving in New York City by seeing Julie Wilson and William Roy performing Stephen Sondheim and Cole Porter outdoors at Rockefeller Center. It was instant love for both Ms. Wilson and the art form. Some years later, he was given the opportunity to create his own series of cabaret shows while working at Tower Records. "Any Wednesday" was born, a weekly half-hour performance by a singer promoting a new CD release. Ann Hampton Callaway launched the series. When Tower shut down, Bart was lucky to move the program across the street to Barnes & Noble, where it thrived under the generous support of the company. The series received both The MAC Board of Directors Award and The Bistro Award. Some of the performers who took part in "Any Wednesday" include Barbara Fasano and Eric Comstock, Tony Desare, Andrea Marcovicci, Carole Bufford, the Karens, Akers, Mason and Oberlin, and Julie Wilson. Privately, Greenberg is happily married to writer/photographer Mark Wallis, who as a performance artist in his native England gathered a major following as "I Am Cereal Killer."