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ONE NIGHT ONLY! FRIDAY, AUGUST 23RD, 2019 - 7PM

ABOUT THE SHOW

PHOTO GALLERY

TICKET PRICES

$20 online plus 2 drink minimum*

$25 at the door plus 2 drink minimum*

*Drinks must be purchased in the cabaret theatre to be counted toward the minimum.

LOCATION INFORMATION

The Duplex Cabaret

61 Christopher Street

New York, NY 10014

(212) 255-5438

BY SUBWAY:

  • Take the 1 Train to Christopher Street

  • Take the A/C/E train to West 4th Street

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Doors will open 30 minutes prior to showtime.

  • There is a two-drink minimum per person. Drinks must be purchased in the cabaret theatre to be counted toward the minimum.

  • The cabaret theatre is not handicap accessible.

DURATION

60 Minutes; No Intermission.

AUDIENCE

Recommended for ages 21 and up.

No one under 21 will be admitted.

CAST, CREATIVE, PRODUCTION CREDITS

CAST

CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS

MICHAEL PERRIE, JR.

CREATIVE

Director.......CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS

Music Director........MICHAEL McASSEY

Additional Lyrics MICHAEL PERRIE, JR.

Created by CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS

& MICHAEL PERRIE, JR.

Based on an idea by...........LACY REILY

PRODUCTION

Lights/Sound....................LIBBY JENSEN

Photographer.................BRIAN E. LONG

Videographer.............CARL ZURHORST

ADMINISTRATION

Producers..CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS,

                                      JEREMY TERRY

Fiscal

Sponsor.........MULTICULTURAL SONIC

                               EVOLUTION (MuSE)

MuSE Representative...YUI KITAMURA

Christopher and Michael have agreed to put on a show. Christopher and Michael have agreed to sing songs. The one thing Christopher and Michael COULDN'T agree on, however, were WHAT songs to sing. That's where you come in! Write down any musical theatre song titles, throw them into the hat, and see what gets pulled out. Whatever they pull out, they have to sing! Don’t miss this comic duo in the hilarious "two-man cabaret show experience" that will have you chortling in your chairs and holding onto your hats!!!

WHAT AUDIENCES HAD TO SAY

"'Songs from a Hat' was conceived as a fun one-time benefit show, but it turned out to be a hysterically funny show that should have a run of it's own! Christopher Michaels and Michael Perrie Jr. are a contemporary musical vaudeville team the likes we don't see anymore. Look out for the next time they do the show!"   --Peter Saxe

 

"The entire thing was beautifully crafted and extremely fun, witty, and hilarious!"  --Jianzi Colón-Soto

"A hilarious evening that I would be sad to see lives as one-night-only."  --Gil Varod

"These guys are brilliant!"  --Micah Macias

"Such incredible work! Glad I got to see this show!  --Keeley McCormick

"There was no moment where I thought... 'This is where I could go pee.'"  --Matthew Roland

"Their chemistry on stage is incredible!"  --Carly Otte

 

(Photo credit: Brian E. Long)

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VIDEO GALLERY

CAST PHOTOS & BIOGRAPHIES

CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS
CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS

NYC: THE CHRISTIANS (Ensemble Choir), Casper the Not-So-Friendly Ghost (Casper), THE WRONG BOX (Porter), THE NOSE (Cheif Crookakoff); Regional: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (LeFou), MY FAIR LADY (Zoltan Karpathy/Quartet), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Seymour), Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story (Nathan Leopold), The Boys In The Band (Emory), Damn Yankees (Rocky), H2$ (Gatch, Bud Frump U/S), WEBB’S CITY: THE MUSICAL (Jimmy Webb, Jr.), BARE: A POP OPERA (Alan), SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD, and CLOSER THAN EVER.

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MICHAEL PERRIE, JR.
MICHAEL PERRIE, JR.
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CREATIVE TEAM PHOTOS & BIOGRAPHIES

CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS (Producer/Director)
CHRISTOPHER MICHAELS (Producer/Director)

Founder/Artistic Director of IndieWorks Theatre Co. Select directing credits: CASPER, THE NOT-SO-FRIENDLY GHOST, SONGS FROM A HAT, EMPTY FRAMES, THE GIANT HOAX, THE COMMUTERS... (nom: Best Musical; Winner: Best Director, Strawberry Theatre Fest), CLOSER THAN EVER, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN, VANITIES, OKLAHOMA!, INTO THE WOODS, TWO BOYS IN A BED ON A COLD WINTER'S NIGHT, SAXE AND THE CITY. Film: VALLEY HIGH (based on the song by Drew Gasparini).

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MICHAEL PERRIE, JR. (Book/Additional Lyrics)
MICHAEL PERRIE, JR. (Book/Additional Lyrics)

Writing Credits: POCKETMON: A MUSICAL PARODY (Hollywood Fringe), AN EVENING WITH THE WORLD’S GREATEST ACTOR (Colorado Fringe Festival), BIG RED BUTTON (Matrix Theatre Co), Paper Flowers (Cabin Boys, Oklahoma), Wild Imagination (Dixon Place), THE NEWS, THE NEWS, THE TERRIBLE NEWS (Secret Theatre One Act Festival Winner), 11 DAYS OF BLOODY, BLOODY CARNAGE (M.E.T. PlayLab 2016), LA CRESCITA (The Pantry Theatre Co.), CHINASHOP, MEET BULLS (The Tank), BIG RED BUTTON (Him & Her Theatre Co.) and more.

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MICHAEL MCASSEY (Music Director)
MICHAEL MCASSEY (Music Director)

Michael has worked as a teacher/vocal coach at Pace University, New York Film Academy, NYU/Tisch, and Roosevelt University in Chicago and has been a professional actor and Music Director/Conductor for over 35 years dividing his time between onstage and off. Acting credits include: Broadway: LATE NITE COMIC. Regional: THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, GYPSY, HAIRSPRAY, and THE PRODUCERS. Conducting credits include: National Tours: AVENUE Q, TITANIC: THE MUSICAL and PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT.

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JEREMY TERRY (Producer)
JEREMY TERRY (Producer)

With a Masters degree from Drexel University’s Arts Administration program, Jeremy has served as Managing Director/Executive Producer for numerous IndieWorks Theatre Co. projects. His entertainment background includes work with the Jenny Wiley Theatre, Alluvion Stage Co. Walt Disney Co., Proof Productions, and Roundabout Theatre Co. Select credits include THE NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING and THE CAMPAIGN, a long-running, episodic improv show that combined tabletop RPGs with live theatre.

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