Jack Bartholet: "Lady with a Song"
Jack Bartholet is delighted to return to Pangea and be part of the first annual Pangea Pride festival.
Jack Bartholet made peace with his inability to save the world with his new cabaret "Lady with a Song", but he's still gonna try, dammit! Jack jumps from existential crisis to rage and war whilst playing a bit of dress up. Bartholet uses his creamy tenor to say bye-bye to toxic masculinity and violence in an evening of wide-ranging, heartfelt tunes. From Weimar Cabaret songs to Lizzo and takeaways from a Spotify search spiral during an isolated artist residency. For sixty minutes, call him a Lady while glitter grenades of love get released. Developed, in part, at The Orchard Project.
His first solo cabaret "Two Drink Minimum" played The Duplex as well as London's Phoenix Artist Club and The Pheasantry. He has sung with Our Lady J, The New York City Gay Men's Chorus, and recently appeared in Rocky Mountain Repertory's production of Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver. Jack spent several years away from musical theatre in the world of artist management and festival direction. Bartholet was both an artist in residence and a producer at The Orchard Project in 2017 and 2018.
"Bartholet lets loose with a battery of rafters-shaking high-tenor notes, delivered with theatrical flourishes." Bistro Awards
"Jack's thrillingly rich tenor voice, good looks and winning personality are welcome assets to the world of cabaret." Adele Anderson of Fascinating Aïda
"Jack Bartholet has the voice of an angel and the charisma of a star." Ben Rimalower
Photo Credit: Ruthie Darling
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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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