One of the long running and inspiring cabaret series is credited to Bobbie Horowitz who has been honoring people over age 50 thru 80+, those who have created something new and fabulous in their lives. She is the recipient of a MAC Award two years in a row as ‘Best Emcee.’
Bobbie is a songwriter, performer, producer who has demonstrated that age is relative…. people can begin new careers, pick up old ones and achieve skill and artistic triumph at any age. She’s also a one woman cheering squad seen regularly at the cabarets and clubs in New York for veteran performers as well as the newcomers.
The latest “It’s Just a Number” will air on Monday January 29th at 7 pm at Don’t Tell Mama spotlighting three honorees who have never given up on their dreams and passions.
- Renee Katz – singer, poet, survivor making a significant comeback winning praise for her voice and resilience in recent cabaret shows at Don’t Tell Mama.
- Michael Colby – lyricist/librettist of the 1982 off Broadway musical Charlotte Sweet; co writer of Dangerous (optioned for Broadway); author of the popular book The Algonquin Kid.
- John C. Introcaso – composer/librettist/co-lyricist who conceived the musical Dangerous that received enthusiastic praise for it’s recent concert version at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Other guests who will perform in honor of these three ‘never give up’ trio include Peggy Eason, Anita Hollander, Sidney Myer, Christine Lavin, N’Kenge, Denise Spann-Morgan and surprise guests. Matthew Martin Ward will musically direct.
Don’t Tell Mama, 343 West 46 Street, NYC 212 757-0788 www.donttellmamanyc.com