Appearing at La MaMa ETC in “It Matters Where You’re Buried”

I’m pleased to announce that I’m appearing (and playing a little piano!) in a reading of It Matters Where You’re Buried, a new cabaret pray about chanteuse and nightclub hostess-to-the-stars Brick Top, at La MaMa ETC in the east village, as a part of their reading series Shadow. Here are the details:

by Beth Campbell

Directed by George Ferencz
Featuring Sheila Dabney as Brick Top
Lee Beebout as Jim Comstock
and Matthew Wrather as Itchy

Brick Top, cabaret chanteuse and saloon keeper to the stars of the Lost Generation in Paris, gives an interview to Jim Comstock, editor of the West Virginia Hillbilly newspaper, in her bar in Heaven.

Where ever I am, that’s Brick Top’s. As a gin joint it ain’t bad.
—Brick Top

February 14, 2009 at 7:30pm
La MaMa Annex, 74A East 4th Street, NYC [map]
Free Admission /No Reservations

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