NYC LIFE: Jazz, Roaring 20s, Salsa, Vineyards, Divas and MORE
Boredom is never an option in NYC. There are fun September events coming up like our Wine Trip and Randie Levine Miller’s Divas and Divos Show. But wait, not so fast. Say goodbye to summer with Jazz, the Roaring Twenties, and Salsa events. Here are few highlights of fun things to do.
Get Discount Tickets for Curvy Widow.
Tony Award® Nominee Nancy Opel (Urinetown) returns to the New York stage in Curvy Widow, The Musical. Based on a true story, this sassy and witty musical follows the exploits of a feisty fifty-something whose adventures inspire laughter and, in the least expected places — reveal truths about life, love, and sex.
Get $49 Orchestra Seats (Reg. $79-$99). ONLINE: Click Here and enter code: CWLSP49| BY PHONE: Call 212-947-8844 code: CWLSP49 | IN PERSON: Print this offer & bring to the Westside Theatre box office- 407 West 43rd St, NYC
Aug. 23. Andrea Bell at the Metropolitan Room
Andrea (Bell) Wolff made her show business debut at 17 on a National Tour of Hello, Dolly! with Carol Channing. She left her show biz career for marriage and motherhood. And now she’s back with a sophisticated and funny cabaret show, Prisoner of Love, which will play at Metropolitan Room and then Don’t Tell Mama for 4 performances this fall. Call the Metropolitan Room for tickets at: 212.206.0440.
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival has films and concerts in honor of jazz legend Charlie Parker. Free.
Aug. 26. 1920s lawn party
Wear a flapper costume and dance to the Dreamland Orchestra at Jazz Age Lawn Party, which includes a Charleston dance contest, dance lessons, food, 1920s cars, croquet, and a kidland on Governor’s Island.
Aug. 31-Sept. 3. Salsa festival
New York International Salsa Congress has workshops, performances, live concerts, and competitions at New York Marriott Marquis at Times Square.
Sept. 14. Tullis McCall
Tullis McCall wowed Tomatoes as the opening speaker at our Renewal Summit earlier this year. She is very funny Tomato and a fabulous monologist. Catch her new show, All in Good Time.
Sept. 18. A Swell Party.
Our friend and 3T colleague Randie Levine-Miller is hosting another fabulous Showstopper Diva and Divos event. Broadway pros include Tony nominees Beth Fowler and Lee Roy Reams, Adam Grupper, Barbara Minkus, and Richard Skipper. And, Tomatoes Got Talent winners Susan Vardy and Kathleen Waters. Musical director Paul Chamlin. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Actors Fund. Join us. Get tickets now online, or call 888-596-1027.