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Lynda Rodolitz presented her first solo show Mature Love Songs at The Duplex just last fall. From her "mature" perspective, Lynda takes a clear eyed look at love and finds it lacking. She considers life's successes and not-so's, and tells the truth as only a very funny lady can.

What can I tell you? The show was obviously a winner! She's just announced two dates for an Encore Presentation. Book your reservations early.

Lynda will be joined onstage by music director Paul Greenwood. Helen Baldassare directs.

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Moira Danis

Moira Danis has announced a new show for 2014: Oops…I fell in love! This time around, accompanied solely by her brilliant music director, Wells Hanley (for their fifth collaboration), Moira presents an intimate, charming and moving glimpse at the ups and downs of a romance. It’s a perfect fit for the elegant surroundings of the Metropolitan Room.

Click here to visit Moira's web site, then tap on Performances for full details.

All of Moira's CDs, I Wish, Beautiful Sounds: The Songs of Petula Clark and Some People's Lives are available now at CDBaby.com. Visit www.MoiraDanis.com for more information.

Nancy Stearns

Nancy Stearns comes to the Metropolitan Room to revisit the themes of a previous show Sing Me a Song with Social Significance…Or Not. The show will be chock full of terrific music -- a great assortment of tunes, all true to the show's title. Also as usual, Nancy is working with a few of the best in the business: music director Gregory Toroian on piano and David Finck on bass. Helen Baldassare is Nancy's director.

Click here to view details about the show, or click here to visit Nancy's web site.

Joan Levine

Joan Levine has made frequent appearances here at MLP since 2008. This year she's back at Don't Tell Mama with a brand new show. This time out, Joan is working with music director Matthew Ward who will join her on stage.

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Jackie Draper

Jackie Draper will return in the spring to The Laurie Beechman Theatre with a reprise of her latest show, described as a buoyant musical exploration of “How Little We Know.” She invites her audience to discover the way past some of our doubts and challenges, through songs in English, French, and Spanish. Seasoned guides include composers/lyricists such as Aznavour, Bacharach/David, Bucchino, Coleman/Comden & Green, Duke/Cahn, Gainsbourg, Lee & Barbour, Raksin/Mercer, Sondheim, Warren/Gordon, and others.

Jackie’s team includes Music Director Gregory Toroian at the piano, John Miller on bass, and Robbyn Tongue on woodwinds. Special guest/dance partner Franklin Ayala will join in the adventure. Kimberly Vaughn directs.

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Mike Schuil

Mike Schuil will be at the Metroploitan Room for a one-night-only presentation of his new show Time in a Bottle, which promises music form the songwriters of the 60s and 70s: Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Jim Croce, Jimmy Webb, Cat Stevens, The Doors, and more!

Mike is directed by Gerry Geddes, and will be joined on stage by music director Wells Hanley. Click here for more information.

Mike recently released this debut CD Summer Wind, a recording based on his earlier show, Toes in the Sand. Click here to visit Mike's web site for details.

 

 

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