by: Magda Katz
Cabaret has a future with the arrival on the scene of Savannah Brown and Chase O’Donnell. These talented young ladies performed their show “Too Blondes” at the Metropolitan Room last Thursday night.
Chase and Savannah are two recent grads navigating their way through life. With songs and sketches, they tell of their ups and downs of being a twenty something girl int the Big Apple. They bring new life to the Cabaret world. Not only are they just beautiful to look at and listen to, they are extremely versatile and talented. Their show is original and entertaining.
While I was watching the show, It reminded me of the the cabaret that was famous in Greenwich village in the 60’s when young performers such as Mike Nichols and Elaine May, Judy Holiday, Comden and Green were starting out.
The two young ladies are supported on stage by the musical talents of Sheridan Stevens as Musical Director and Ollver Switzwer on guitar.
Savannah and Chase have a bright future ahead . . . well deserved!
Photos/Video: Magda Katz