The O'Neill Cabaret: Memories, Songs, and Stories From the 2013 Fellows
Tuesday, July 15, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Every summer The O'Neill Theater Center's Cabaret & Performance Conference, under the artistic direction of John McDaniel, guides a talented troupe of emerging cabaret artists in perfecting their performance and story telling skills. The new cafe at the Library for the Performing Arts is the perfect place to celebrate that history of nurturing wit, magnetism, and musical talent. Join us for an evening of songs, stories, and memories of the O'Neill, featuring John McDaniel and an all-star cast of recent alumni from the Cabaret & Performance Conference.
Performances by: Nikki MacCallum, Justin Daniel, Ted Malawer and Anita Pollard.
Mark Hartman, Michael Holland, and Willerm Delisfort, music directors.
General admission seats are available by advanced reservation online only. Click HERE to reserve your seat.
This program takes place in the Library for the Performing Arts' Cafe, on the first floor, plaza level. Enter via the Cafe entrance by ascending the stairs at the corner of Amsterdam Ave. and West 65th St.
Learn more about the Irish theatre company Fibin Teo.
The LPA is proud to offer free admission to programs on a first come, first served basis. Tickets for this program are not available for advance reservation and saving seats is not permitted. General admission seating. Call 212.642.0142 for more detailed information. All programs are subject to last minute change or cancellation.
When & Where
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center
About the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts houses one of the worlds most extensive combination of circulating, reference, and rare archival collections in its field. These materials are available free of charge, along with a wide range of special programs, including exhibitions, seminars, and performances. An essential resource for everyone with an interest in the arts — whether professional or amateur — the Library is known particularly for its prodigious collections of non-book materials such as historic recordings, videotapes, autograph manuscripts, correspondence, sheet music, stage designs, press clippings, programs, posters and photographs.