DANIELLE GRABIANOWSKI, familiar to audiences from her appearances in the Off-Broadway hit, "Sleep No More", returns to the world of cabaret in a new show featuring music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Anias Mitchell and Joni Mitchell, along with lesser known gems from the Great American Songbook and beyond.
The show features Tracy Stark on Piano with special guest, singer-songwriter, Simone Stevens.
Singer and actress, Danielle Grabianowski has been described as "one of those performers who can remind a listener of many predecessors yet instantly seems newly-minted, someone you haven't seen before," by The Huffington Post, "a complete original" by Edge New York and "an uncommon and uncommonly good actress" by BistroAwards.com. According to the Village Voice, "Here's a explosive example whose stuff finds a way to be both unique and yet echo that of numerous others. She gets her kicks by pulling material from as many past and current decades as time permits. The result is non-stop delectable." She has been noted for her "captivating sound and disarming manner" by NightlifeExchange.com and "arresting quality" by TalkinBroadway.com.
Danielle made her nightclub debut in "Old, New, Borrowed and Blues" a collection of "old" songs from the Great American Songbook, "new" songs from the likes of Regina Spektor and Ray LaMontagne and the "blues." The show won a MAC award for outstanding female debut and the Bistro's Ira Eaker Special Achievement Award given to a "Star on the Rise." Most recently Danielle spent several months as chanteuse, Josephine Grant in the acclaimed off-Broadway hit, "Sleep No More".
Danielle was born in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY and moved to Florida's Tampa Bay Area when she was 13. After unsuccessfully trying out for various sports teams and academic clubs, she was finally cast in her high school drama club's production of Grease and went on to appear in several musical productions throughout the Tampa Bay area. She received her Bachelor's degree in Musical Theater from Florida State University and her Master's degree in Social Work from New York University.
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Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food or beverage minimum at the tables. DINNER SEATING BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 6:00PM.
Please arrive one half hour prior to the show and allow additional time if you are planning to have a dinner.
Late arrivals will be seated at managements discretion.
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