HOTLINE MEMBER CABARET EVENT TONIGHT INNYC: CHARLOTTE PATTON CELEBRATING MEN (BLESS THEIR HEARTS)
Charlotte Patton returns to THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) on Saturday, February 20th at 7:00 pm with her acclaimed show 'Celebrating Men (Bless Their Hearts)'. Charlotte has been married and not. She's had serious relationships, flings, and romances with men of all ages (but mostly younger). She's experienced all the charms, foibles, and idiosyncrasies of the opposite sex – and loves them anyway. Now, actress, comic, and vocalist Charlotte Patton will bring all of that worldly wisdom to her sensual, provocative, and playful new cabaret show "Celebrating Men (Bless Their Hearts)," to The Metropolitan Room. Patton's show is Directed by Award-winning cabaret performer Karen Oberlin with Musical Direction by MAC Award winner Barry Levitt. Recent MAC Award winner Tom Hubbard is on bass. Peter Napolitano contributes as Creative Consultant.Charlotte Patton started her cabaret career at the beloved New York club EightyEight's after attending the Cabaret Symposium at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT. After doing several shows at EightyEight's, Charlotte focused on her acting career, appearing in New York and regional theaters. She has played a surprising number of alcoholics, including Evie, the recovering alcoholic who falls off the wagon in The Gingerbread Lady; the vicious pill-popping, alcoholic mom in Sympathetic Division; a rich drunk doyenne in The Theory of Color; a horny drunk in Isaac Brody's film The Raffle; and the tipsy mom in Averie Storck's award-winning independent film Showers of Happiness. One of her favorite (non-alcoholic) roles was in the two-character Marriage Play by Edward Albee. Last year she shot her first horror film, Child Eater, currently in post-production. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.
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