BREAKING NEWS - NYC: MY STUBBORN TONGUE CABARET AT STAGE 72
The award-winning show, My Stubborn Tongue CABARET, returns to New York City at STAGE 72 (158 West 72nd Street, NYC - 212-362-2590) on Wednesday & Thursday, April 20th (9:00 pm) and 21st (7:00 pm). Written and performed by Anna Fishbeyn, the show features Richard Binder on piano as the Voice. The show is directed by Adrian Roman. Following a successful off-Broadway run at the New Ohio Theatre and the United Solo Festival in 2014, Fishbeyn's one-woman show, My Stubborn Tongue was transformed into a cabaret by director Adrian Roman and premiered on the West End in London, at the Soho Theatre in 2015. Fishbeyn explains the premise of the show as, "The Russians have finally landed in New York to experience the heartbreak and hilarity of being an immigrant at the height of the Cold War, when Reagan calls Russia the Evil Empire, and Madonna sings about her virginity. My Stubborn Tongue Cabaret is the true story of a girl and her family, who escape the KGB and arrive in America only to realize they have a thick Russian accent! My Stubborn Tongue Cabaret exposes hard hilarious truths about how we reinvent our identities, and sing and dance our way into the American Dream! The show introduces a new original comic cabaret style, The Communist Cabaret, with thrilling songs and dances from the Cold War Era. Call for reservations and cover/minimum information.
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