Zachary Clause: "Hey Girl!"
Photo Credit: Jessica Marak
Written & Performed by Zachary Clause
Directed by Reed Whitney
Musical Direction Karl Saint Lucy
Featuring Jaclyn Baker
In Zachary Clause's latest cabaret concoction, he dawns a floral frock and pays homage to the people who keep this world turning, and the people without whom none of us would exist. Hey Girl! is a musical love letter to the women we worship, the women that inspire us, and the women who tear down the patriarchy one brick at a time. Zachary shares personal stories aided by songs from a wide variety of artists like Lady Gaga and The Talking Heads.
Zachary Clause (Creator/Performer) has performed Off-Broadway and in regional theaters across the country. For the past several years his one-woman shows, Zachary Clause Does Bette Midler at The Continental Baths, 1971, "Is That All There Is: An Evening With Sherry Duvall-Covington," and "Sherry Takes A Holiday" have played to full houses around the city at The Red Room and The Laurie Beechman Theatre, and Pangea.
"Rattled the boundaries of the space." Syracuse.com
"Brings heart-melting musicality and an imaginative approach." Columbia Paper
"Clause is marvelous. There seemed to never be an awkward moment for him, never a misplaced intention or a missed musical note either." Berkshire Bright Focus
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