Three Very Short Reviews, a Press Release, and a Plan

David Burnham

Is this man gorgeous or what?  And he SINGS.  How’s that for intoxicating?  Shannon Forsell sent me his photo and the following information about him:

The American Cabaret Theatre presents “An Evening with Broadway’s David Burnham” at the Cabaret at the Connoisseur Room.  Star of Broadway’s “Wicked” and “Light in the Piazza” sings an intimate evening of Broadway, Standards, and more.

Three performances only on Friday, April 24th at 7:30 PM and Saturday, April 25th at 6:00PM & 9:00 PM.

Doors open one hour prior to show time for cocktails, hors d’ oeuvres & desserts.  Autographs and a CD signing with David will follow each performance.

Tickets are $40.  Reserved seating.  For Tickets Call 294-7005.  The Cabaret at the Connoisseur Room, 127 E. Ohio Street.  For more information, visit www.thecabaret.org.

For more information about David Burnham and to hear sound clips, visit www.davidburnham.com

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I know that this is more of an item for one of my “Mailbox Monday” posts and that today is not Monday, but I appreciated Shannon’s adding me to her list of media contacts and I wanted to give you something fun to look at while you wait for me to catch up on my review writing.

Here are short versions of the reviews I’m working on:

“Helen’s Troy” told by Megan Wells for Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Indiana State Museum last Saturday night:  Very powerful.  A week later, I still burst into tears when I think about it.

“References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot,” written by Jose Rivera and directed by Bryan Fonseca at the Phoenix Theatre:  Sexy and odd, like a dream.  I will never look at the moon – or war – in the same way again.

“Crowns,” written by Regina Taylor and directed and choreographed by Patdro Harris at the Indiana Repertory Theatre:  Exuberant!  With gorgeous hats, gorgeous shoes, gorgeous voices, gorgeous everything.

Tomorrow night (or tonight, actually, as I write this) I will go to Beef and Boards to see “Treasure Island,” written by Marc Robin (also the director) and Curt Dale Clark.  I’m looking forward to seeing this classic tale brought to life.  There’s just something about pirates…

More details about all of these shows coming soon.

Hope Baugh – www.IndyTheatreHabit.com

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