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CYNTHIA CRANE

2007 MAC Award Nominee Cynthia Crane

THURSDAY, MAY 17, 7:30 pm –
“That Could Be Arranged”
with musical director Tedd Firth and vocalists
CYNTHIA CRANE, Amy Dolan Fletcher,
Diane Hoffman, Susan Winter

with demos of interpretative style followed by “Meet The Artists”
(& on sale, CD bargains)

This is really exciting!!!! A real Festival of Cabaret and what a fabulous line-up of superb Cabaret Performers.
No Cover / No Minimum!!!!!! The train from Penn Station to Long Beach takes less than an hour!


Artists in Partnership Presents
10th Annual Cabaret Festival
Honoring the Great American Songbook
in Long Island, NY
May 16 – May 20, 2012
Long Beach Library Hosts
Live Performances and Special Events
(Long Beach, NY, April 20, 2012) - Artists in Partnership (AIP), a non-profit cultural arts organization, will host its 10th Annual Cabaret Festival May 16-20 at the Long Beach Public Library, 111 West Park Avenue, Long Beach, NY. All performances are free to the public. The festival will be a celebration of the cabaret genre honoring the Great American Songbook with performances by renowned local and New York City-based artists.

Event:
Wednesday, May 16, 7:30 pm “Why Cabaret and the American Songbook?
Thursday, May 17, 7:30 pm “That Could Be Arranged”
Friday, May 18, 7:30 pm “Daydream”
Saturday, May 19, 2 pm “Cabaret Conversations”, 7:30 pm “A Tribute to Marilyn Maye”
Sunday, May 20, 1:30 pm “Billie Remembered”, 3:30 pm “The Dog-Walking Diva”

This event is made possible with public funds from the Long Beach Public Library. Schedule is subject to change

About Artists in Partnership
Artists in Partnership is a non-profit cultural arts organization located in Long Beach, NY. The mission of AIP, “empowering artists and engaging the community”, is a unique partnership supporting literary, visual and performing artists by showcasing their talents, creating new avenues of expression, developing multi-generational and cross-cultural projects, providing fiscal sponsorships, and allying with local organizations, businesses and city government to attain these goals. For further information, visit website www.aip-arts.org or to arrange performer interviews, call 516-322-1138.




PAST APPEARANCES

2007 MAC Award Nominee Cynthia Crane
"...one of the “Top Cabaret Acts of the Year 2010”
Andrew Martin, WPAT & NiteLifeExchange.com

Scumdog Billionaire, Bernard L. Madoff
Let’s put on a show!

JOHN DENVER, BERNIE MADOFF & ME
Cynthia Crane


East Meadow Public Library
1886 Front St. East Meadow, NY 11520
The show is at 2 p.m., Sunday January 29
Admission is Free!
Reservations begin on Thursday, January 19
online at www.eastmeadow.info
or by calling 516-794-2570 ext. 560

““a very good show indeed . . . macabre & humorous” Roy Sander
“a homerun . . . fun, great songs and snappy delivery” Stu Hamstra

2007 MAC Award Nominee Cynthia Crane
Newsweek: 2009 wrap-up -  March:  Bernie Madoff pleads guilty”
It’s one year since the arrest of the guy who put the Bull in Bull Market, the P in Ponzi,

Scumdog Billionaire, Bernard L. Madoff
Let’s put on a show!
JOHN DENVER, BERNIE MADOFF & ME
Cynthia Crane
Mark Janas, Musical Director

Returns to

Don’t Tell Mama 343 West 46th Street (Restaurant Row) New York City
Reservations and Information: Call: 212-757-0788
Cover charge - $15 ($12 all professional orgs) 2 drink min.
http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/

March 25, 27
April 7, 16
7:30pm

““a very good show indeed . . . macabre & humorous” Roy Sander
“a homerun . . . fun, great songs and snappy delivery” Stu Hamstra

2007 MAC Award Nominee Cynthia Crane
“I’m Confused Therefore I Am”
CD release performance @ Lincoln Center Barnes & Noble  March 3, 2010 6pm

“Cynthia strung them out like a fine pearl cabaret necklace . . . a lady filled with a love for life, unbounded energy, and enthusiastic about anything she decides to do. This show is a perfect demonstration of her dynamic personality - set to music. . . Pure entertainment.”
    Stu Hamstra Cabaret Hotline Online

It’s one year since the arrest of the guy who put the Bull in Bull Market, the P in Ponzi,

Scumdog Billionaire, Bernard L. Madoff
Let’s put on a show!
JOHN DENVER, BERNIE MADOFF & ME
Cynthia Crane
Mark Janas, Musical Director


Don’t Tell Mama 343 West 46th Street (Restaurant Row) New York City
Reservations and Information: Call: 212-757-0788
Cover charge - $15 ($12 all professional orgs) 2 drink min.
http://www.donttellmamanyc.com/

November 30, Monday 7:30pm
December 6th Sunday 3:30pm
December 8th Tuesday 7:30pm
December 9th Wednesday 7:30pm


Tudor City Greens FREE Outdoor Concert Series
Wednesday, September 9th at 6:00PM.
(Rain date: Thursday, September 10th @ 6PM)

The Tudor City Greens FREE outdoor concert series resumes on Wednesday, September 9th at 6:00PM. (Rain date: Thursday, September 10th @ 6PM). This event will feature performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret scene. The concert will be hosted by Tudor City resident, Broadway and cabaret performer Raissa Katona Bennett (Phantom of the Opera, Chess). Raissa’s guests scheduled to appear are MAC Award nominees Hector Coris and Cynthia Crane,  Baby Jane Dexter (MAC Award winner, 5X Bistro Award winner), Rita Gardner (original “Louisa” in The Fantasticks, Broadway’s The Wedding Singer), David Gurland (MAC Award winner, 4X Bistro Award winner), ASCAP Award winner Peter Haas, multiple MAC Award winner Marcus Simeone, Uptown Express (Bistro Award winners) and multiple MAC and Bistro Award winner Lennie Watts. Accompanists are David Caldwell, Sean Harkness, Mark Janas, Jim Followell, Steven Ray Watkins and Bill Zeffiro.

The Concerts at Tudor City Greens Series was organized by Raissa Katona Bennett in 2008, to present the art and vitality of cabaret to an untapped audience while also promoting the concerts to increase donations for the Tudor City Greens parks. A great by-product of the concerts is the added visibility of local business that choose to sponsor post-show gatherings. These partnerships will only strengthen the impact of the TCG concerts.

In addition, Manhattan borough president Scott Stringer will speak. Stringer was a strong advocate for the Tudor City Greens Park, and he will speak to the crowd there during the concert. Scott M. Stringer, a native New Yorker, is the 26th Manhattan Borough President. Since taking office at the start of 2006, he has dedicated himself to making Manhattan more affordable, livable…and breathable – preserving the sense of neighborhood for the 1.6 million residents of what is best known as a world capital of culture and commerce.

DIRECTIONS:
The event will take place in the South Park of Tudor City Greens Park – enter at Tudor City Place, a small north/south street parallel to First Avenue.  It lies between East 41st and 42nd Streets, between 1st and 2nd Avenues.

CYNTHIA CRANE OPENS THE HIGH LINE
Thursday, June 11th from 6-9 PM
A special evening with the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce at Arium Café.

Internationally-acclaimed, award-winning cabaret performer
CYNTHIA CRANE will present her show
“I’m Confused, Therefore I Am”
with Barry Levitt at the piano and Boots Maleson on bass

Ms. Crane has performed in venues from Tavern on the Green to the Musée de Montmartre in Paris.

“Cynthia strung them out like a fine pearl cabaret necklace . . . a lady filled with a love for life, unbounded energy, and enthusiastic about anything she decides to do. This show is a perfect demonstration of her dynamic personality - set to music. . . pure entertainment.” Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotline Online

The venue Arium Café is a star among stars in the Meatpacking District. Reviewers have said, Arium is “fabulous,” the food is “incredibly good,” and dining at Arium is like “eating in an art gallery.”


The ARIUM Cafe
31 Little West 12th Street
(Washington St./9th Avenue.)
New York, NY 10014
http://www.ariumcafe.com

It's our neighborhood, and it keeps getting better! Help us celebrate the opening of this important new park with an evening of good entertainment, good food, and good friends.

Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce

Tickets are just $50 or $75 for VIP seating. Includes hors d’oeuvres & a glass

Please RSVP to David Lehmann at 212-337-5923 or VillageChelsea@gmail.com



I’M CONFUSED, THEREFORE I AM
Returns to the Metropolitan Room
4 Sundays in March 8,15,22,29 at 4pm


Betw. 5th & 6th Ave. Tel: 212 206 0440

“Cynthia strung them out like a fine pearl cabaret necklace . . . a lady filled with a love for life, unbounded energy, and enthusiastic about anything she decides to do. This show is a perfect demonstration of her dynamic personality - set to music. . . pure entertainment.” Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotline Online
GABLES PRESENTS
2nd Annual Diversity Weekend Cabaret
Friday, April 3  8:30 p.m.

at Carney's
Beach Avenue at Jackson Street, Cape May, NJ

starring:
Cynthia Crane
Brad Loekle of TruTV's Smoking Gun Presents Jay Rogers
Paul Greenwood, pianist

Tickets: $25.00
call 609-861-1848 for ticket information or email requests to gables00@email.com

Limited Ticket Sales at the door on show night.
No reserved seating

Doors open 7p.m. Showtime 8:30 pm Cash Bar and full menu available.

Diversity Weekend continues Saturday April 4, at 2:00p.m. at The Robert Shackleton Playhouse at Bank & Lafayette Streets, Cape May NJ

Fostered Ideal by Bradley Vile is the winner of five awards at the Eastern States Theater Association's annual 2008 festival and winner of Best Production at the 2007 TANYS Festival. The one Act play will be followed by the short film, KALI MA by Director Soman Chaiani.

Admission to Fostered Ideal and KALI MA is free.

Plan to stay the weekend in historic Cape May New Jersey, The nation's oldest seaside resort. For accommodation availability, phone the Cape May Chamber of Commerce at 609-884-5508

or try these accommodations:
www.windwardhouseinn.com
www.poorrichardsinn.com
CD RELEASE: THE TIME HAS COME
live at the Metropolitan Room

Barnes & Noble Lincoln Center
6 pm March 4, 2009

“The Time Has Come to catch sassy Cynthia Crane, who will clue you in on what she thinks and keep you entertained while doing it.” Elizabeth Ahlfors, CabaretScenes Magazine

I’M CONFUSED,
THEREFORE, I AM

Actually Descartes didn’t really say that. What he said was "Cogito, ergo sum" (Latin: "I think, therefore I am"). BUT like I said, I’M CONFUSED. I think and I get confused – about everything. Songs are by composers Noel Coward, Rupert Holmes, Sondheim, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Dave Frishberg, Harburg & Arlen, Tom Toce & Zina Goldrich, Cole Porter, Lew Spence, Ervin Drake, Steve Goodman, Alan Chapman and Marshall Barer & Anita Nye.

Paul Greenwood, Musical Director/Piano
Boots Maleson, Bass

Sunday
SEPT 21 at 4pm
Monday SEPT 29 at 7pm
Sunday OCT 5 at 4pm
Thursday OCT 9 at 7:30pm
Cover charge - $20 ($12 all professional orgs)



Betw. 5th & 6th Ave. Tel: 212 206 0440


"THE TIME HAS COME" the walrus said
Midday Jazz @ St. Peter’s
Saint Peter’s Church – 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street 10022, New York
Wednesday March 19, 2008 - 1:00 PM

Cynthia Crane, NYC jazz & cabaret icon brings her show,"The Time Has Come" to this jazz series. These concerts take place in the Living Room of Saint Peter’s Church every Wednesday at 1:00 P.M. and last for approximately one hour. Bring your lunch and join us for jazz. A donation of $5.00 is requested.
(212) 935-2200
http://www.saintpeters.org/jazz/midtownjazz.htmMIDTOWN

JAZZ AT MIDDAY Wednesdays at 1 PM


"THE TIME HAS COME"
Saturday JAN 12 at 5pm
Saturday JAN 19 at 5pm
Monday JAN 21 at 9:30pm
Sunday JAN 27 at 4pm
Cover charge - $20 ($12 MAC, ASCAP, NYSS)



Betw. 5th & 6th Ave. Tel: 212 206 0440

"THE TIME HAS COME", the Walrus said, to talk of many things . . ."
Cynthia Crane sings her mind on life, love and the world in general.

PRESS QUOTES:

“Cynthia Crane deserves to be better known...her style is real, heartfelt and deeply affecting...Crane's voice hits me right where it counts."
TimeOut NY

"thrilled to be listening to that smoky velvet sound which has only been available to me on her CDs for these past six years."
Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotlineonline

"In this world of ordinary singers, extraordinary singers, I'm glad there is Cynthia Crane"
Jazz Times

“Cynthia Crane: at the top of her game”
Barbara & Scott Siegel

“A petite package of charm, wit and talent, this self-described "saloon singer” is an expressive vocalist and an exquisite interpreter, reminiscent of those who bestowed an aura of elegance on the major rooms of the 'forties and 'fifties”
Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes Magazine





Barnes and Noble
6pm Oct 24

Lincoln Center ANY WEDNESDAY which celebrates the best in jazz, cabaret and theater performers in the spacious third floor events space at the Lincoln Square Barnes & Noble at 66th and Broadway in New York City. Approximately a half hour and is followed by a signing/meet-and-greet session with the artists. The events remain free and open to all. CD release party for “If I Knew Now” Live at Helen’s


Cabaret Convention 2007
Presented by The Mabel Mercer Foundation
at the Rose Hall Lincoln Center
Wed. November 7th

Wednesday, November 7th is named "Centennial Celebration!" honoring the 100th birthday anniversaries of an unforgettable roster of composers, lyricists, and performers, Featured in the show are Eric Comstock, Cynthia Crane, Barbara Fasano, Terese Genecco, Valerie Lemon, Phillip Officer, Julie Reyburn, Lumiri Tubo and Julie Wilson. During the show, The Julie Wilson Award will be presented to Julie Reyburn in joyful gratitude for the vocal majesty and lyrical interpretation she continually manifests in her classic presentations of The Great Popular Songbook plus The Dick Gallagher Award will be presented to Eric Comstock in celebration of his exceptional expertise and outstanding achievement as vocalist, accompanist, musical director, and cabaret producer.


opens new show, at Helen’s Hideaway in June

"THE TIME HAS COME", the Walrus said, to talk of many things . . ."
Cynthia Crane sings her mind on life, love and the world in general.


Wednesday June 20 at 7pm
and
Thursday June 21 at 9:30pm



169 Eighth Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets
New York City, NY 10011
RESERVATIONS  212.206.0609
after 4:00pm
Cover $15 ($8 to the trade: MAC, NYSS, AEA etc.)
Minimum in food or drink $15

www.helensnyc.com

PRESS QUOTES:

“Cynthia Crane deserves to be better known...her style is real, heartfelt and deeply affecting...Crane's voice hits me right where it counts."
TimeOut NY

"thrilled to be listening to that smoky velvet sound which has only been available to me on her CDs for these past six years."
Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotlineonline

"In this world of ordinary singers, extraordinary singers, I'm glad there is Cynthia Crane"
Jazz Times

“Cynthia Crane: at the top of her game”
Barbara & Scott Siegel

“A petite package of charm, wit and talent, this self-described "saloon singer” is an expressive vocalist and an exquisite interpreter, reminiscent of those who bestowed an aura of elegance on the major rooms of the 'forties and 'fifties”
Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

MAC Award Nominee Cynthia Crane



As part of the Joseph G. Astman International Concert Series, the

presents "Swing Into Spring!"
featuring the Tavern on the Green All-Star Big Band,
and guest vocalists Lou Watson, Cynthia Crane, and Laura Hull.

April 15, 2007: 02:00PM-04:00PM
Monroe Lecture Center Theater, California Avenue, South Campus
For tickets and information contact the John Cranford Adams Playhouse Box Office
at (516) 463-6644, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.


ONE NIGHT ONLY!

"If I Knew Now..."

April 20 at 7


169 Eighth Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets
New York City, NY 10011
RESERVATIONS  212.206.0609

www.helensnyc.com

After 3 separate runs in NYC, Crane is bringing her highly acclaimed show on the road. In “IF I KNEW NOW . . . “ she wrestles with the difficulties of watching life get old while she remains eternally 27, “over and over and over again”. She sings songs by the wry and zany Jay Leonhart and Dave Frishberg and a pastiche of Sondheim, Mandel, Wallowitch and Loesser.

PRESS QUOTES:

"“IF I KNEW NOW . . .”
“Cynthia Crane at the top of her game: Best known in the cabaret community as a classic jazz singer, Cynthia Crane surprised us with a classic cabaret act, instead. . . . She displayed for all to see what she knows now about putting on a show – which is plenty. Performing with hard won wisdom, Crane gave her show a political slant, peppering the evening with witty songs like "Everything I Buy Was Made in China" (Clark Gesner) and the sharply observed "My Country Used to Be" (Dave Frishberg). Most stunning of all was her resurrection of a hilarious twenty year old song about global warming by Jay Leonhart called "Goodbye, Miami." Clearly Leonhart knew then what we know now. And clearly Crane was clever enough to dig it out and sing its stinging satire with a knowing wink. Artfully assembled, delivered with a lifetime's worth of craft. We hope she'll bring this show back again .”
Barbara & Scott Siegel; TalkinBroadway.com

“I was so thrilled to be listening to that smoky velvet sound that has only been available to me on her CDs for these past six years. so well constructed and so perfectly performed the hour flew by like a flash. I am sure this show will be back”
Stu Hamstra CabaretHotline online

“A petite package of charm, wit and talent, this self-described "saloon singer” is an expressive vocalist and an exquisite interpreter, reminiscent of those who bestowed an aura of elegance on the major rooms of the 'forties and 'fifties....one of the most accomplished and audience-savvy to hit the circuit in months...could be a master class for those who want to know how to craft a winning cabaret show, and is a ‘don’t miss’ for those who enjoy seeing one.”
Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“Cynthia Crane young and still ‘out there’”
Gregg Culling, Songbirds


NYC Canary Flies to California:

Cynthia Crane takes highly acclaimed show
"If I Knew Now . . ."
to the GARDENIA IN LOS ANGELES
From New York, debuting at Tom Rolla's Gardenia for two shows only:

WED, March 14
THURS March 15
at 9:00 pm.



The Gardenia
7066 Santa Monica Boulevard
(just East of La Brea)
West Hollywood, California
Reservations recommended
323-467-7444


"Give Me A 'Holiday' Voice"
Benefit for Oprah's Angel Network.
4 special shows featuring New York Nightlife's Finest!
Hosted by Lennie Watts with Steven Ray Watkins at the piano.
Cynthia performs Saturday, Dec. 9 at 5:00 PM


Nov. 4th (Saturday) at 2pm
Nov. 11th (Saturday) at 7pm
Nov. 16th (Thursday) at 7pm

“If I Knew Now . . .”


at Helen’s Hideaway Room

www.helensnyc.com   www.lookoutjazz.com

In her new show, “IF I KNEW NOW . . . “ Crane wrestles with the difficulties of watching life get old while she remains eternally 27, “over and over and over again”. She sings songs by the wry and zany Jay Leonhart and Dave Frishberg and a pastiche of Sondheim, Mandel, Wallowitch and Loesser. Food at this Chelsea boite is a taste treat. Located in one of Manhattan's most popular and trendy communities, Helen's Restaurant, Cabaret & Piano Lounge is the embodiment of the spirit of Chelsea (and the city) with its aggressive, fun-loving atmosphere and cordial, no-nonsense air — so it truly IS "the heart of Chelsea"

169 Eighth Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets
New York City, NY 10011
RESERVATIONS  212.206.0609

PRESS QUOTES:

"Cynthia Crane at the top of her game: Artfully assembled, delivered with a lifetime's worth of craft. We hope she'll bring this show back again after the summer.”
Barbara & Scott Siegel; TalkinBroadway.com”

“I was so thrilled to be listening to that smoky velvet sound that has only been available to me on her CDs for these past six years. so well constructed and so perfectly performed the hour flew by like a flash. I am sure this show will be back”
Stu Hamstra CabaretHotline online

“A petite package of charm, wit and talent, this self-described "saloon singer” is an expressive vocalist and an exquisite interpreter, reminiscent of those who bestowed an aura of elegance on the major rooms of the 'forties and 'fifties....one of the most accomplished and audience-savvy to hit the circuit in months...could be a master class for those who want to know how to craft a winning cabaret show, and is a ‘don’t miss’ for those who enjoy seeing one. Incidentally, plan to get there early to enjoy the $15 brunch that includes a cocktail. It’s the best deal in town.”
Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“Cynthia Crane young and still ‘out there’”
Gregg Culling, Songbirds

“So well constructed & so perfectly performed the hour flew by like a flash”
Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotline Online

“One of the most accomplished and audience-savvy to hit the circuit in months . . . could be a master class for those who want to know how to craft a winning cabaret show, and is a “don’t miss” for those who enjoy seeing one"
Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“A smoky voice that expresses indolence, sauciness and sadness”
Philis Raskind, Theater Scene.net



BROADWAY ON THE HUDSON:A CELEBRATION OF BROADWAY IN SONG
A benefit for Rockland Gay Pride Hosted by Rockland's own Richard Skipper
featuring Cynthia Crane, Judy Barnett, Sue Matsuki, & Dana Lorge.
Doors open at 5:PM for dinner at 5:30. Food donated by local restaurants. (Includes entree, dessert, wine, & coffee).
Reservations a must! 845-634-5729 Ext. 306 or info@endisms.org.
Tickets $65.00 if purchased before May 5th. Otherwise, $75.00 after May 5th. Tables for 8 people for $480.00.

All proceeds to benefit Gay Pride Rockland.
Please check out www.GayPrideRockland.org for more information.



Photo by Dana Lorge

Appearing every Monday night
from 7-10 pm
Starting Monday, January 20, 2003


at
NYC Restaurant in Greenwich Village
With guitarist, Andy Brown
singing songs from the Great American Songbook.

No cover, no minimum!

NYC Restaurant 75 Greenwich Avenue (W.11th Street & 7th Av)
212-366-6004

www.nyc75.com

NY MAGAZINE:

"Lesly Bernard, best known for opening hot spots like Pravda and Clementine, brings downtown cred and nightlife connections to NYC…Herb Wilson, formerly of Bambou and Jack's Fifth will run the newly ambitious kitchen."

NY TIMES:
"NYC is at heart a glorified café. Slatted wooden window blinds cast film noir shadows across the interior, which is outfitted with wholesome-looking white kitchen cabinets, white wall tiles and small café tables. It's an attractive setting for Herb Wilson's blend of down-home cooking and modernized bistro fare."

ZAGAT 2003:
"'I love NYC' now includes 'cute as a button', 'surprisingly good' Village American newcomer."


Cabaret at Danny Skylight Room 346 West 46th Street

Cabaret at High Spirits Room
in St. Famous Bread Restaurant
369 West 46th Street

PARIS FRANCE - summer 2000

The 6th annual Montmartre Jazz Festival
A Concert celebrating La Fête de la Musique in the Garden of the Musée de Montmartre

Jazz concerts at Restaurant La Pomponnette, 42, rue Lepic

A July 4th concert for the Franco-American Club Culturel

Other Appearances 

1998- 2000, A Year and a half at Greenwich Café

TOWN HALL: The 1999 Mabel Mercer Foundation's gala Tenth Anniversary Cabaret Convention, my 4th Convention.

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA A concert series in a wonderful Cabaret Theater in charming historic downtown Staunton, reprising my 40's show, thanks to the extraordinary Shenanarts (Shenandoah Playwrights' Retreat). So it was Goodbye Mama, I'm Off To Yokohama.
Act II was a Saloon setting for my smoky bar blues. The delightful, Wes McAfee played piano and Musical Directed.

 

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