Posted on July 25, 2015 at 4:33 pm

A real honor to be featured at this year’s St. Louis Cabaret Festival, alongside such amazing performers as the incredible Marilyn Maye and the truly magnificent Christine Ebersole. Not only were we all performing, but we also were part of the teaching faculty (along with some rather distinguished company like Faith Prince, Don Rebic, Alex Rybeck, Peisha McPhee and others), working with a group of remarkably gifted performers, all in the service of the Art of the Song, a thing in which I fervently believe.

And to top it all off, what a gorgeous joint to do a gig – the Sheldon Concert Hall is the perfect size and the perfect acoustic. And the crowd singalong of “Caravan of Angels” was BEYOND.

It All Fades Away from The Bridges of Madison County
I Could Be In Love With Someone Like You from Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes
Long Long Road from Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes
I Love Betsy from Honeymoon In Vegas
Out of the Sun from Honeymoon In Vegas
The Old Red Hills of Home from Parade
Nothing In Common from Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes
Fifty Years Long
Caravan of Angels from Jason Robert Brown In Concert With Anika Noni Rose
Moving Too Fast from The Last Five Years
Someone To Fall Back On from Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes

Thanks so much to Tim Schall for asking me to be part of the festival, and thanks to the whole staff and my sensational students for a great week’s work.

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