Get two shows for the price of one, when two formidable Aussie talents take to the stage in a double-bill that is not to be missed! Direct from a five-city tour of Australia, each artist will present 60 minutes of self-contained entertainment that promises to leave audiences with a taste of what the land Down Under has to offer! Laugh, cry and be entertained by these two knock-outs in their New York debut performances!
Amelia Ryan: A Storm in a D Cup
Dysfunction follows this dazzling disaster around like the broken heel on a four-year-old stiletto. But one thing is certain: a life full of catastrophe makes for a damn entertaining story!
When you've been blessed with a gay father, include "exotic dancer" on your resume, and have caused the spectacular demise of four automobiles, what's left to do but sing for your supper in a candid, yet hysterically delivered cabaret?
A fresh force to be reckoned with in Australia's cabaret landscape, 2012 Australian Cabaret Showcase prize winner Amelia Ryan, takes her audience on an uninhibited journey. Ryan parodies artists such as 4 Non Blondes, Tim Minchin, Belinda Carlisle and Rodgers & Hammerstein with a cunning tongue and powerhouse vocals.
For more information visit: http://www.astorminadcup.net/
Bradley McCaw in CABARET: The Complete Unauthorized Biography
Winner of the 2012 Australian Cabaret Showcase, composer/playwright Bradley McCaw brings his acclaimed show, "Cabaret: The Complete Unauthorized Biography," to NYMF!
In 1881, a group of young radical writers gathered in a salon in Paris. Here they spent the night sharing ideas, taking turns in-between drinks to serenade each other over wine and candlelight. It was here in the 'Black Cat' salon that Cabaret was born.
There's something for everyone in a show that couples old favorites with self-penned originals. Journey from the conception of the word itself, through to modern day Broadway stages and everything in between, as Australia's newest cabaret sensation pays homage to the evolution of an art-form that refuses to be forgotten!
For more Information visit: http://www.bradleymccaw.com/
Running Time: 2 hour 15 minutes with intermission.