JONATHAN WHITTON - BLACK SHEEP CARNIVAL
a monthly evolving freak folk alt-cabaret with Aaron Jones
Don't Tell Mama NYC
343 W. 46th St. (btwn 8th & 9th Aves)
New York, NY 10036
June 7 @ 7:30PM - Click Here To Reserve Online
Monday, July 8 @ 7:30PM - Reserve by phone
Monday, August 5 @ 7:30PM - Reserve by phone
$10 Cover + 2 Drink Minimum
Reservations Required/Limited Seating Availability
Phone Reservations: 212-757-0788 (after 4:00 PM daily)
Jonathan Whitton (Bistro & MAC Award Winner, HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH) continues his critically lauded concert residency with guitarist Aaron Jones at Don’t Tell Mama with BLACK SHEEP CARNIVAL.
BLACK SHEEP CARNIVAL will draw on song selections from his critically acclaimed, sold-out 2012 concert series, THE FREE RESIDENCY, and will include musical selections from an eclectic group of contemporary musicians: Kate Bush, Michael Callen, Amy Correia, Kate McGarrigle, Patty Griffin, Sufjan Stevens, John Vanderslice, & Rufus Wainwright, amongst others.
CRITICAL PRAISE FOR JONATHAN WHITTON:
"Mesmerized... Whitton is a 21st Century troubadour... everything he sings is a revelation." - Times Square Chronicle 11/29/12
"Whitton projects a rare level of emotional accessibility. Highly recommended. It's one for your memory bank." - BistroAwards.com 12/2/12
"Not your grandmother's cabaret... soul-stirring... So exciting, so captivating, so amazing." - Cabaret Hotline
"Whitton has charisma, looks and talent. He's a keeper whose star is just beginning to rise. " - EDGE Magazine 11/5/12
BACKSTAGE AT 54 BELOW
Broadway’s Nightcap w/ Unforgettable Late-Night Performances
254 W. 54th St.
New York, NY 10019
Tuesday, April 30 @ 10:30PM
Each week, Broadway cast members and audiences alike gather to mix and mingle at 54 Below, Broadway’s most intimate haunt, located in the heart of the theatre district. Hosted by Susie Mosher
No Cover; $20 Minimum
EVEN FOR ONE NIGHT:
THE LIFE, MUSIC, & LYRICS OF MICHAEL CALLEN
Conceived and written by Jim Bredeson
Directed by Adam Fitzgerald
Various Dates - Ongoing
A concert reading. Even for One Night is a theatrical event based largely on the actual words of the late singer/songwriter and AIDS activist Michael Callen. Michael believed that he could change the world and he did.