Kim David Smith's "Morphium Kabarett"
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"In his playfulness, Mr. Smith is a descendant of his fellow Australian Peter Allen. He could be described as a younger generations Boy From Oz." Stephen Holden, The New York Times
Described by Broadway World as the "David Bowie of cabaret," "slyly subversive" by the Wall Street Journal, and labeled the "male Marlene Dietrich" by the New York Times, Australian Kim David Smith conjures the glitter, doom, and decadence of 1920s Berlin with Morphium Kabarett.
Named for the sensual, Spoliansky-penned waltz (famously danced to by a nude Anita Berber),Morphium Kabarett is musically directed by Tracy Stark ("Superb, virtuosic pianist" - New York Post), and features the music of Hollaender, Weill, and Spoliansky, mixed with Kylie Minogue, the Supremes, and myriad unexpected others, in a neo-Weimar cabaret fantasia.
Morphium Kabarett, at Pangea (178 2nd Ave, NYC) $25 General Admission, pre sale tickets purchased online are only $20.
www.pangeanyc.com / www.kimdavidsmith.com for more information.
Australian Kim David Smith is a Helpmann Award nominated singer and cabaret performer, known for his Weimar-era inspired works that juxtapose authentic musical material with stylistic takes on current popular tunes. His electro-pop albums "Nova", "Supernova", and cabaret EP, "The Tease", are available worldwide on iTunes and Amazon.Mr. Smith studied music theatre at the Ballarat Arts Academy in Australia (BA, Music Theatre), and resides in New York City.www.kimdavidsmith.com
Follow Kim on Instagram and Twitter: @kimdavidsmith
All Sales Final.
Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food and beverage minimum at the tables.
Seating for the show begins at 6:30PM. Its recommended to arrive no later than 6:30PM if you intend to order dinner.
Late arrivals will be seated at management's discretion.
Downtown's intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max's Kansas City from days gone by."
178 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10003