Melanie Kraut : A Musical Memoir to benefit Why Hunger at The Loft - 4/28

Melanie Kraut : A Musical Memoir to benefit Why Hunger at The Loft - 4/28

Sunday, April 28 2019 6:00pm Doors / 7:00pm Start

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$75.00
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$50.00
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$30.00
Sun Apr 28 2019

Melanie Kraut : A Musical Memoir to benefit Why Hunger at The Loft - 4/28

at The Loft at City Winery

Doors:
6:00pm
Starts:
7:00pm

Tickets

VIP
$75.00
Reserved
$50.00
Bar Stool
$30.00

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Celebrated by the NY Times as having  “a sweet, strong, supple voice”, Melanie Kraut has headlined the legendary Capitol Theatre, sung opera on national television, starred in a new musical with Ellen Foley (Night Court, Paradise By The Dashboard Light), guest starred on primetime TV with Robin Williams, and opened for Eric Clapton to 8,000 people.  Her passion for life and music is contagious and electrifying on stage.  

 

Join Melanie and some very special guest artists and friends for this soul satiating evening of music as she shares her intensely personal musical journey with you.  Stories and songs ranging from her time on NY stages to LA sets, to her fascination with leather pants and The Rolling Stones, to the trials and tribulations of raising three active kids!  Musical styles will range from opera to musical theatre standards to country to the screaming vocals of classic rock n roll.  

 

And learn about Melanie’s newest passion - WhyHunger: musicians and social activists making huge strides in the fight against hunger and poverty.  Too many people in this country go hungryand it is so easy to be a part of the solution. Thanks to the generosity of City Winery, 100% of ticket sales will go directly to WhyHunger.

Glenn Allen:  Broadway: Light in the Piazza, Giuseppe; New York City Opera: Brokeback Mountain, Jack Twist; Candide, The Faun;  Faculty Yale School of Drama and NYU

Ryan K. Bailer: Les Miserables (3rd National, Javert U/S), EVITA (1st National, Peron U/S); Regional: Forever Plaid (Royal George, Smudge)

Lisa Datz:  Broadway: Titanic, Madeline Astor; The Full Monty, Pam Bukowski; Off-Broadway: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Yitzhak; Film: Sponge Bob 2; TV: Elementary, CBS; Castle, ABC; Bones, FOX

Eliana May: Singer/songwriter; Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN, The Duplex, NYC; Now 16, at 13, her original songs created a full length concert to benefit Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Show directed by Nicole Alifante, singer/songwriter/actress and founder of CURE: The Coalition for Undoing Racism Through Education



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