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Egan's Ballard Jam House
Seattle, WA
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Mar 07, 2020 7:00 PM



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Special Offer: Discount Double Feature - Sat Mar 7
Welcome to Seattle's March Is Cabaret Month Festival 2020!

This DISCOUNTED double-feature ticket buys you a seat for back-to-back shows, featuring two performers at 7 pm and a different two performers at 9 pm. (There will be a half-hour break from 8:30 to 9.)

Here's the lineup for Saturday, March 7:

MARCH IS CABARET MONTH Presents:
FAYE B SUMMERS in "AGES OF THE DAME"

Faye B's AGES OF THE DAME takes you on an expedition through the phases of her life, as described in Shirley MacLaine's 20-40-60 Rule. Often humorous, always iconic music is your limousine. So sit back, sip your Sazerac, and enjoy the journey!

ABOUT FAYE B SUMMERS

Faye B Summers has performed in Seattle and nationally for many decades. She appeared in most of Seattle's theatre venues including The Group, Seattle Rep, ACT, The Village Theatre, and as an original member of the Bathhouse Theatre Company. Her original one-person show, Kicking the Hat, was produced by ArtsWest Theater. She is currently involved with marketing her original Edith Piaf musical play, "A Sparrow's Diary".

MARCH IS CABARET MONTH Presents:
"ROGER SCHMELZER: CONNECTIONS OF THE HEART"

Amid a world of distraction, Roger calls on the American Songbook to bring us closer together. He is joined by his musical director Jeffrey Harris and Seattle's Dave Pascal on bass.

ABOUT ROGER SCHMELZER

Roger Schmelzer, an accomplished baritone based in Indianapolis, returns for MICM! Directed by the legendary Marilyn Maye, he made his New York cabaret debut to critical acclaim at the Metropolitan Room in 2017 and recently performed at Carnegie Hall in the Mabel Mercer Foundation's tribute to Jerome Kern. Roger has spread his infectious musical message of kindness and optimism across the country (New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Seattle, St. Louis, Indianapolis). Roger serves on the board of the Great American Songbook Foundation, founded by Michael Feinstein. He and his wife Lucinda have three grown children and a three-year old granddaughter.

MARCH IS CABARET MONTH Presents:
JEANNETTE d'ARMAND & JOHN PATRICK LOWRIE in "Title TBA"

Vocalist Jeannette dArmand and acoustic guitarist John Patrick Lowrie present a breathtaking evening of memorable songs by Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Bob Dylan, Sting, George Harrison, Paul Simon, Charles Mingus, and more. A love song for your heart and soul.

ABOUT JEANNETTE d'ARMAND

Jeannette d'Armand was soprano soloist in Cirque du Soleil's "Mystére" and has performed in the 5th Avenue Theatre's productions of "Sweeney Todd", "Sound of Music", "Oklahoma!", "Oliver", and "Beautiful Poison" (workshop). She has performed with Showtunes Theatre Company (Our Lady of the Spa in "Nine"; Faye in "George M"); the Seattle Opera Chorus; Amy Denio's original work "Non lo so, Polo", with which Jeannette toured Europe; and as a guest artist with Seattle Men's Chorus. Jeannette is a professional voiceover artist and maintains an active voice studio.

www.jeannettedarmand.com

ABOUT JOHN PATRICK LOWRIE

John Patrick Lowrie has been nominated for Gregory Awards for his work in "My Fair Lady" (Village Theatre) and "Sugar Daddies" (ACT, directed by Sir Alan Ayckbourn). He has worked at theaters throughout the US and in Europe; voiced characters in 25 video games including the Sniper in Team Fortress 2; and led acclaimed acoustic guitar duo The Kiethe/Lowrie Duet for nine years. His novel "Dancing With Eternity" won the Foreword Firsts Award for Best Debut Fiction.

MARCH IS CABARET MONTH PRESENTS:
THE WARD COLLECTIVE in "THE GREAT WHITE NORTH: A CANUCK CABARET, PART DEUX!"

A (second) walk through a Canadian kid's musical life, featuring jazzed-up and re-imagined versions of some of the greatest Canadian songs of the last 50 years.

ABOUT THE WARD COLLECTIVE

A Canadian mom and her first-born move to Seattle and start playing music together when said child is a teen. Two little boys join the family. The youngest also becomes a musician, so now the three of them play together! Mom Heather Ward, oldest child Shaina Ward-Siegel, and youngest child Aidan Ward-Richter work with a rotating roster of musicians, including Josie Carscadden on drums and Jeremy Dupea on piano. The Ward Collective loves trad jazz and new jazz, but also gets a kick out of jazzifying pop, rock, folk and movie songs too.

Doors for the double feature open at 6:30 pm.

See you at Egan's!

*Egan's requests a $10 minimum purchase (food or drink) per patron per show.

Pacific Northwest Cabaret Association / March Is Cabaret Month is powered by Shunpike.

Want to join the March Is Cabaret Month mailing list? Visit us here: www.marchcabaret.com

Location

Egan's Ballard Jam House (View)
1707 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
United States


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