with Molly Pope & more TBA
Mon April 18th, 2016
Minimum Age: 18+
Doors Open: 10:00PM
Show Time: 10:00PM
Event Ticket: $10
Day of Show: $15
LET’S DANCE! A cabaret and dance party to give back to the LGBT community featuring special guest performances from Natti Vogel, Molly Pope, and more TBA!
All proceeds benefit the Ali Forney Center.
presented by Babes for Bernie
Volunteer signups and information how to help Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign will be available.
Babes for Bernie
House of Spice
Slater G String
This is a general admission, standing event.
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Combining “the swagger of Jim Morrison with the honky-tonk piano of an old-timey saloon” (WeLiveInBeijing.com), barely legal “indie rock fusion virtuoso” (New York Press) Natti Vogel is not above “throwing your own overpriced cosmopolitan in your face from behind his piano” (the Onion). Possible side effects include re-evaluation of music and your self (“Natti Vogel is an artist who can transform you” – Diane Taha of Associated Content, “Natti Vogel and his band do a wild part-vaudeville, part-pop, part-classical act that made me think about what music does” -the Brothers Frank).
Molly Pope is a critically acclaimed cabarettist and actress whose shows have played Joe’s Pub, Feinstein’s at Loews Regency, Ars Nova, The Laurie Beechman Theater and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in Australia. She has been named a Time Out New York Top Ten Cabaret Act of 2008 and 2012 and a Village Voice Best of NYC 2011 for “Best Singer To Turn Life Into A Cabaret”. Branded the “kicky, neoretro cabaret chanteuse” and hailed for her “shredding alto” (Time Out New York), she was a regular cast member in the hit downtown variety show Our Hit Parade at Joe’s Pub and is a frequent guest at the award-winning The Meeting* with Justin Sayre. She has also performed as part of the Afterglow Festival in Provincetown, The Cabaret Convention at Jazz At Lincoln Center and 15:54 at 54 Below. On stage she has appeared as Mama in Dan Fishback’s “The Material World” (Dixon Place), FOUND (Atlantic Theater Co, New York Stage & Film) Adah Isaacs Menken in “The Fickle Mistress” (Dixon Place), Ruth Sherwood in “Wonderful Town” (Gallery Players), Kat in Mr. Irresistible (La MaMa). A graduate of NYU/Tisch, she has also studied with Charles Busch (ESPA), Darci Picoult, Louis Scheeder, and voice with Matt Farnsworth and the late Marianne Challis.
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