JM Productions 2019/2020 Cabaret Season at the Common Market restaurants.
Oct 17/18 Matinees and Evening ~ Dorothy Bishop is now in her fourth year in NYC with the hilarious Off Broadway hit "THE DOZEN DIVAS SHOW"!
Dorothy magically transforms from one Iconic Diva to another right before your eyes with live vocals, onstage costume changes, and hilarious parody. Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Stevie Nicks, Dolly Parton, Madonna and more!
Dorothy was a NYC finalist on America's Got Talent and recently finished a 17-month run in the smash Off Broadway hit "Spamilton", in which she impersonated Broadway Divas Bernadette Peters, Patty Lupone, Carol Channing and Barbra Streisand! She toured with the First Broadway National of Terrance McNally's Tony Award winning play "Master Class" starring Faye Dunaway. She is currently in the upcoming production of "Mommie Dearest - The Musical" as Joan Crawford herself.
Nov 14/15 Matinees and Evening ~ JESSE LUTTRELL SHOWSTOPPERS: Elvis, Frankie Valli, Tom Jones and more.
Powerhouse vocalist JESSE LUTTRELL dazzles in an exciting evening of rousing popular music, injecting his electrifying performance style into passionate hits from 60s & 70s Pop, Jazz, and Broadway including songs made famous by ELVIS, TOM JONES, FRANKIE VALLI, and MORE!
Jesse Luttrell has quickly become one of the most in-demand young concert artists in New York and around the world. He has appeared at major nightclubs including Feinsteins/54 Below, Birdland, The Metropolitan Room, Crazy Coqs in London, The Palm, and performing arts centers across the USA. Jesse starred in the critically acclaimed musical revue BAWDY, which ran in New York City for an unprecedented 6 years.
JM Productions is proud to announce the arrival of our 30 year holiday tradition "What Christmas Means to Me"
Wed Dec 11 Matinee
Thurs Dec 12 Matinee and Evening
Fri Dec 13 Matinee
Four talented singers present the 2019 What Christmas Means to Me Musical Revue in a production that is tailor made to kick off your holiday season. From office parties to book clubs, former high school or college reunions to friends and family this one stop shopping dining and musical event is a perfect solution for your holiday gatherings. We do all the work so you can sit back and enjoy a day or night out on the town with your guests complete with fine dining and a professional cabaret act.
The Patriot Ledger says: "A snappy procession of songs and gags! "What Christmas Means to Me" flows easily from smart-seasonal monologues to sentimental caroling; the performers submit, to your approval, some fine hamming, and they sing with confidence, commitment and skill!
Scott Reedy at the Mariner Newspaper says: "What Christmas Means to Me" is a heartfelt tribute to the holiday season that also knows when to put tongue firmly in cheek! There is no plot, just a series of songs, familiar and not so familiar, to take people's minds off the hustle and bustle of Christmas. So if one is tired of trying to get through the endless lines to see "A Christmas Carol," the light and lively "What Christmas Means to Me" is a heartening way to take your mind off the holiday crush!"
March 19/20 Matinees and Evening ~ Zing Went the Strings of My Heart a tribute to the life and music of Judy Garland.
Starring Marissa Mulder Singer/Actress Syracuse Native Marissa Mulder has performed her shows at the Carlyle, 54 Below, Birdland, The Triad and Joe's Pub. She is the recipient of two MAC (Manhattan Association Of Cabarets and Clubs) awards, for Major Artist and Recording Of The Year for her show "Tom...in his words, the songs of Tom Waits", which the New York Times called "far and away the season's best cabaret show, everything the genre can be but almost never is." She is the recipient of the Julie Wilson and Noel Coward Award. She was a guest on Piano Jazz on NPR. TimeOut New York calls her "One of the cabaret world's biggest breakout successes of the past five years.
April 23 & 24 Matinees and Evening ~ "Songs From The Heart" features music by Billy Joel, Joni Mitchell, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and others, starring Corinna Sowers Adler
Adler who is a well-known professional cabaret singer from NYC, having performed her solo shows in many venues including Feinsteins, Triad, 54 Below and Jazz at Lincoln Centers famed Appel Room. She has been a featured performer five times on the NYC Mabel Mercer Cabaret Convention, most recently singing Bernsteins Glitter and Be Gay on the Rose Theater stage. Corinna is a five time Tony Award Nominee for Excellence in Theatre Education and has been named one of the best voices in New York City!
June 11 & 12 Matinee and Evening ~ Warren Schein
Music of Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis and more!
WARREN SCHEIN has been entertaining audiences on stages throughout the US and Europe. He has played leading roles Off-Bdwy, Regional Theater and in Summer stock productions which include Micky in Sugar Babies, Max Bialystock in The Producers and Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, just to mention a few. He has been performing his one-man shows, Remembering Mel: A Musical Tribute to Mel Torme and Spend an Evening with Mr. Saturday Night, a medley of timeless music and comedy to sold out audiences throughout the country. Mr. Schein also garnered glowing reviews from his show From the Borscht Belt to Broadway which included a tribute to the entertainer extraordinaire, Al Jolson. For many years Mr. Schein has been participating as one of the major headliners performing in the famous Provincetown Cabaret Fest in Massachusetts. Warren has been the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy, the Rice Krispy M&M, and the leprechaun for Lucky Charms. TV appearances include ads for The History Channel, A&E and Nick at Night. He appeared on Saturday Night Live, Boardwalk Empire, Law & Order and in the films, The Stepford Wives, Dark Room and Spector. Warren and his musicians enjoyed a jazzy evening, Rhythm, Reeds and Brass, a nineteen-piece big band that offered selections from the Great American Songbook. The impressive list of performers he has opened for and performed with includes Marty Allen & Steve Rossi, Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara. Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Totie Fields, Buddy Hackett, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Danny Kaye, and Tony Martin. Mr. Schein has played in every NY City premiere night club such as the Metropolitan Room, and The Copa.
The Common Market Restaurants (View)
97 Willard Street
Quincy, MA 02169
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