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Sue & Edd's Fabulous Christmas Show

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Sue & Edd's Fabulous Christmas Show
Wednesday, December 9, 2015 7:00 PM
Metropolitan Room, New York, NY
  • 2 Bev Min
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $20.00 - $115.00
  • Door Time: 6:15 PM
  • Show Type: Cabaret
  • Restrictions: 2 Bev Min
Multi-Award winning singing team, Sue Matsuki & Edd Clark present their 9th Annual (FABULOUS) Christmas Show in early December! For those of you receiving this release who offer a listing of shows in your publication, we kindly request that you list us. To all of you, please let us know if you would like to attend and we would be delighted to make a reservation AND you’ll receive a FREE CD! 

She’s a multi-MAC Award winner and he’s a Bistro Award winner; together Sue Matsuki and Edd Clark are three time MAC Award Nominees for this show! They are ringing in the holiday season in JULY! This special event is being taped for promotional purposes so, if you feel like hearing some songs that are traditional, non-traditional and some that are a little naughty but nice, come join us for Sue & Edd's FABULOUS Christmas in JULY!
Music Director Paul Stephan has created all the highly acclaimed arrangements.
It’s almost become a New York tradition: celebrating the holidays by seeing Sue Matsuki and Edd Clark’s Christmas show. An engaging pair, it didn’t take long to get the show out of the gate. The opening medley was worth the price of admission and then some. - Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes  
This show was a full course meal! As a team, Sue & Edd are unstoppable, both with split second comic timing and senses of humor and a group of songs that showcase the range and power of both their impressive vocals. The show feels like an impromptu living room concert.  - Sherri Rase,
I am not alone in being totally enamored by the fantastic vocals of this multi-MAC Nominated Duo. Alone or in duet their voices are clear and beautiful. I have had the CD of this show loaded on my iPod. It serves as the sound-track to my life in December.  This duo has enough chemistry to win them a spot in the Gilbert Hall of Science!”    - Stu Hamstra, CabaretHotlineOnLine
Like old friends hanging around the tree singing favorites at a party, these genial singers would be welcome “presences” at the holiday season. -  Rob Lester, Talkin’ Broadway


“Sue and Edd held the room in the palms of their hands from the very beginning. What a tremendous show! If you think Suzy’s an ordinary snowflake, - it’s a Sweeney Todd Christmas! Pure theatre-lovers delight, especially when Sue becomes a Mrs. Lovett-like comic foil –attend the tale of Edd and Sue! The final group of songs showcased the range and power of both vocalists with Edd taking the lead with “The Little Road to Bethlehem.” His classical voice and training made the flow and phrasing breathtaking. Sue then took the helm with another Stephan arrangement, this time of “Mary, Did You Know.” The minor key and pathos of this Lowry and Greene song cut through the fun and frolic of the earlier parts of the show with another strong reminder of the purpose, for Christians, of the season. The passion in Sue’s voice and the delicacy and dynamic range in such an intimate space, made the show feel more like an impromptu living room concert.- Sherri Rase,