David Cale : "Sixty is the New Sixty" - The Birthday Concert, With Matthew Dean Marsh on Piano & VocalsPresented by TWEED.
The show is presented as part of "Sundays at Seven"
"Sundays at Seven" is a Series presented by TWEED TheaterWorks, Kevin Malony Artistic Director.
In celebration of his 60th birthday David Cale sings some of his favorite compositions and musical collaborations with Matthew Dean Marsh written over the last two years. On the heels of the run of their acclaimed new musical, Were Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time at Chicagos Goodman Theatre Cale and Marsh return to Pangea with an evening of original songs that run the gamut from hilarious to heartbreaking. With Sylver Wallace on Vocals, John Blevins on Trumpet, Josh Henderson on Viola and Special Guest Stew.
DAVID CALE is the writer and performer of ten solo works including "A Likely Story" (The New Group), "Lillian" (Playwrights Horizons, Obie Award) and "Deep in a Dream of You" (Public Theater, Bessie Award). He wrote the book, lyrics, co-composed the music for, and appeared as Floyd in the musical "Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky" (Playwrights Horizons, Outer Critics Circle Nomination). He wrote the songs for 600 Highwaymen's "Employee of the Year" (UTR Public Theater, Bessie Nomination). As an actor he appears in films including "The Slaughter Rule" and "Pollock", and most recently he performed on stage in "The Total Bent" (Public Theater).
TWEED TheaterWorks (EST 1983), Kevin Malony Artistic director, has been partnering with Pangea for the past three years to present a stellar performance series on Sundays (and some others days!) that combines the best of the "old school' and the "up & coming" musical, performance, and theater artists that NYC has to offer. www.tweedtheater.org
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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."
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