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Marilyn Hausfeld
Saturday, April 29, 2017 4:00 PM
Metropolitan Room, New York, NY
  • $25 Food / Bev Min
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GENERAL ADMISSION

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General Seating Only
$24.00

VIP SILVER PACKAGE

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Includes: Open Bar, One Ticket Entry, Skipping Line, and Gratuity.
$95.00

VIP GOLD PACKAGE

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Includes: Open Bar, One Appetizer Platter, Private Premium Seating, One Ticket Entry, Skipping Line, and Gratuity.
$115.00
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Show Details
  • When: Saturday, Apr 29, 2017 4:00 PM (Doors open at 3:30 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $24.00 - $115.00
  • Door Time: 3:30 PM
  • Show Type: Cabaret
  • Restrictions: $25 Food / Bev Min
Marilyn Hausfeld ~ Just Between Us - A Piano, A Mic, A Memory

Music Direction by Alex Rybeck

“We all have stories that have been writing themselves in our heads. Mine just happened to present itself with a sound track.”   - Lorraine Treanor, DC Theatre Scene
 
“A Piano, a Mic, a Memory could well have been titled, instead, A Haymish Cabaret, for the humor, warmth, and storytelling the act provided. She often provided context for songs that made one appreciate them in a new light.”  - Michael Miyazaki, Cabaret Scenes
 
“Hausfeld spins a musical web full of endearing vignettes, interspersed with musical standards, demonstrating her versatile range”  - Darren Christopher, DC Theatre Scene DC Theatre Scene
 
 “Sold out audiences, standing ovations and tears of joy and laughter– what’s not to love? Marilyn’s show has been the highlight of this season’s cultural arts series”  - Jeff Dannick, Executive Director, JCCNV


MARILYN HAUSFELD is a baby boomer who started in the Howdy Doody peanut gallery and went on to perform as an actor and singer in numerous theaters in the Washington D.C. area, including The National, The Kennedy Center, Source Theatre, Round House Theater, Theater J, The Center Company, Horizons Theatre,Washington Jewish Theatre, The Smithsonian,The Lyceum, Washington Women in Theater and the U.S. Holocaust Museum.
 
Her roles have ranged from Golde in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF to Stella Adler in STELLA to an alcoholic nymphomaniac in THE GINGERBREAD LADY. Favorite roles include Kate  in Neil SImon’s BROADWAY BOUND and BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS,Esther in Richard Rashke”s DEAR ESTHER. Gorgeous in Wendy Wasserstein’s THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG and Fanny Brice in IN GOOD COMPANY. Her portrayal of Joyce in Roy Berkowitz’s GIRLS NIGHT OUT IN BOCA won her the “Excellence in Acting Award” at the Source Summer Festival. The two person BEYOND SHADOWLANDS took her on a national university tour (Smith, Brown, Amherst, UCLA, etc.) as the wife of C.S.Lewis. She created the role of Debbie Strauss on NBC’s Homicide and even did a stint as an alleged murderess for the Association of Virginia Trial Lawyers. After being chosen to be a fellow at the International Cabaret Conference at Yale, she created the cabaret JUST BETWEEN US.  Washington Women in Theatre chose it as the only cabaret at the Women's Voices Theatre Festival.

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ALEX RYBECK is a pianist, composer, and arranger, best known for his work in concerts, cabarets, and on recordings with such stars as Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway, Faith Prince, Tommy Tune, Donna McKechnie, Lee Roy Reams, Amanda McBroom, Tovah Feldshuh, Jason Graae, Jeff Harnar (“The 1959 Broadway Songbook”), Rita (THE FANTASTICKS) Gardner, “Voice of Hollywood” Marni Nixon, and the legendary Kitty Carlisle Hart. His Broadway credits include MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, GRAND HOTEL, PASSION, the hit revival of DAMN YANKEES (starring Jerry Lewis and Bebe Neuwirth) and TOMMY TUNE TONITE! Off-Broadway credits include WINGS (Public Theater), REALLY ROSIE (dir. by Pat Birch). and FLORA THE RED MENACE (dir. by Susan Stroman). Regionally, he earned personal praise from Burt Bacharach for conducting the world premiere of WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW, starring Sutton Foster. He has played such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, and New York’s Town Hall, as well as Manhattan’s top cabaret rooms (Algonquin Oak Room, Café Carlyle, Russian Tea Room, Feinstein’s, Rainbow & Stars, etc.). He has also worked with such showbiz greats as Eartha Kitt, Jane Olivor, John Raitt, Patricia Neal, Michael Feinstein, and Metropolitan opera diva Roberta Peters. He has composed songs with Michael Stewart, Carol Hall, and Ira Gasman, among others. Originally from the Washington, DC area, he studied piano with Esther Howe before attending Oberlin College. Later, he was mentored by Leonard Bernstein, Hal Prince, Stephen Sondheim, and Stephen Schwartz at the NYU Musical Theater Writing Program. In addition to performing, arranging, and composing, he is also a sought-after teacher of song interpretation, and has served on the faculties of such programs as The International Cabaret Conference at Yale, The St. Louis Cabaret Conference, and the Singing School (New Zealand).