Brooklyn Music School's Summer Vocal Arts Program invites young and old to join us for an intoxicating evening of song, dance, and humor featuring the music of Weill, Hollaender, Bolcom and unexpected others at "A Brooklyn Cabaret."
This tantalizing evening is directed by the original star, Kim David Smith, who the New York Times describes as "a living artwork" and as "a younger generations' "Boy from Oz."
Led by SVA Director, Lina Tetriani, the evening is completed by the piano stylings of Shelly Goldman and Thomas Coote in the historical 100-year old Brooklyn Music School Playhouse.
This one-night event will be Friday, August 5th at 7:30 p.m.
After the show, 21+ please join us for a thirst-quenching refreshment onstage!
Life is a cabaret, old chum, so some to a Brooklyn cabaret.