CORNELIA STREET IN EXILE returns to the Village with a celebration of the most festive of Jewish holidays, Purim.|
Various performers, Jewish and non-Jewish, with longstanding histories at the original Cornelia Street Café, will be appearing.
PAUL SHAPIRO AND THE RIBS & BRISKET REVUE
Featuring the smooth and bluesy vocalist Cilla Owens and Shapiro's soulful sax, they have reveled in the music of the 30s onward, intertwining jazz, swing & Yiddish, celebrating where the Borscht Belt intersects 52nd St.
known as The Tap Goddess of the Lower East Side, she will give you insights into the true roots of tap dancing.
Composer and pianist, Ellen Mandel has written many art songs to texts by E.E.Cummings, Seamus Heaney, W.B. Yeats, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Mew, and, believe it or not, Samuel Beckett. Not to mention her own witty and wonderful compositions
In addition to creating magic for film, TV, the Broadway stage, and Cirque du Soleil, Mark explores the theme of Misdirection from an interdisciplinary standpoint.
Hilary, acclaimed actor, teacher, clown,
is co-creator (and star) of The Last Rat of Theresienstadt, which won the four top awards at its premiere last year in Warsaw.
And all sorts of surprise guests!
The Bitter End (View)
147 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|