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Suzanne Carrico & Joi Danielle Price - "GREAT EXPECTATIONS"

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Suzanne Carrico & Joi Danielle Price - "GREAT EXPECTATIONS"
Sunday, July 29, 2012 7:00 PM
Metropolitan Room, New York, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $20.00 - $115.00
  • Door Time: 6:15 PM
  • Show Type: Cabaret
  • Restrictions: 2 Beverage Minimum

When Cabaret Chanteuse & Broadway baby Joi Danielle Price found themeselves in the family way, they decided to spend their Summer with GREAT EXPECTATIONS, a musical journey through 9 months of waiting. Don Rebic, Musical Director

Suzanne Carrico made her Metropolitan Room debut in 2007 & won a 2008 MAC Award for her show THE ART OF THE CAHN, Music from the Sammy Cahn Songbook, with Musical Director Tedd Firth &  directed by Mary Cleere Haran. In 2009 the trio followed it up with her critically acclaimed show, THE FRIENDLIEST THING. 2010 brought her great reviews for her debut CD, WHAT CHRISTMAS TIME MEANS TO ME done with Musical Director Don Rebic & the Don Rebic Quartet. In addition to her busy performance schedule, Ms. Carrico added the role of director to her resume with 2 Cabaret Shows in 2011, including the debut of Joi Danielle Price in UNFILTERED. 2012 will bring Suzanne & her husband, performer Booth Daniels GREAT EXPECTATIONS for a baby girl in the fall.

Joi Danielle Price has appeared on Broadway and the National Tour of Mamma Mia! in several roles as well as in the National Tour of Ragtime, where she understudied the role of Sarah. In the past year, she performed her cabaret debut, UNFILTERED, to flattering reviews. Often appearing in many NYC venues, she was seen recently performing in Broadway Meows, a benefit concert for the Humane Society of New york. A mother of one lovely daughter already, she and her husband are looking forward to adding a baby boy to the family.

Don Rebic was trained as a classical pianist at Indiana University,  where he studied with the internationally renowned concert pianist Abbey Simon. Upon graduating with a degree in piano performance, he moved to New York City, and within a year was conducting his first show on Broadway, Jesus Christ Superstar. Since then, he has enjoyed a busy career as a conductor, pianist, and composer. His theatrical credits include, besides Jesus Christ Superstar,  the Broadway companies of Dancin’, directed by Bob Fosse,Sweet Charity starring Debbie Allen and directed by Bob Fosse,Little Johnny Jones starring Donnie Osmond,Teaneck Tanzi starring Deborah Harry and Andy Kaufman, Anything Goes starring Patti Lupone, andThe Mystery of Edwin Drood, among others.  He has conducted for the national companies ofJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Kiss of the Spider Womanstarring Chita Rivera. As an accompanist and musical director, Don has worked with  a variety of singers, including Peggy Lee, Kiri Te Kanawa,Barbara Cook, Laura Theodore, Betty Buckley, Dixie Carter. Morgana King, Lainie Kazan, Karen Akers,  Mary Cleere Haran, Margaret Whiting, Leslie Uggams, Regis Philbin, Tovah Feldshuh, Julius la Rosa, Ricky Martin, and Jose Carreras (with a 70-piece orchestra). Don is currently the Artistic Director for Singers Forum, a non-profit organization located in New York City, which fosters the development and appreciation of the vocal arts.