Benefit Cabaret at Drew
A Benefit for the Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study-
As Time Goes By
Music from 1933-1945
Sunday, October 20, 2pm
Featuring performances by Broadway and cabaret singers.
Reception to follow.
$75 General admission
$20 for Faculty & Staff, $5 for Students
For directions and/or a campus map, see www.drew.edu/MapsAndDirections/driving-directions-to-drew
Individuals needing special assistance, please contact Drew”s office of Housing, Conferences, and Hospitality at 973-408-3103 at least five working days prior to the event to ensure appropriate arrangements.
Julie Reyburn was awarded the 2011 MAC Award for Major Artist by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs. She is a 4 time MAC, 2 time Bistro award winner who has appeared in many of the top clubs in Manhattan.
Brian Farley is a Bistro-award-winning vocalist who has performed for audiences in New York and throughout the country as Tony in West Side Story, Che in Evita, and the organ grinder in Phantom.
Lisa Asher has appeared as an actress and featured vocalist in numerous theatrical and concert venues around the country. Lisa appeared in the 2007 NYMF production of Austentatious. Lisa’s performance was singled out in almost every review, including a very nice mention in The New York Times.
Rob Maitner is an award-winning actor and vocalist who has appeared at some of New York’s best music venues, including Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, and The Laurie Beechman Theater.
Brian Charles Rooney of the Broadway revival of The Threepenny Opera
Robert Wilde of Putting it Together
Natalie Douglas, 7-time MAC Award Winner
Carolyn Montgomery Durant, Bistro and MAC Award Winner