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That Could Be Arranged | Cynthia Crane

That Could Be Arranged

By AdminWP1, September 30, 2017

2007 MAC Award Nominee Cynthia Crane

THURSDAY, MAY 17, 7:30 pm –
“That Could Be Arranged”
with musical director Tedd Firth and vocalists
CYNTHIA CRANE, Amy Dolan Fletcher,
Diane Hoffman, Susan Winter

with demos of interpretative style followed by “Meet The Artists”
(& on sale, CD bargains)

This is really exciting!!!! A real Festival of Cabaret and what a fabulous line-up of superb Cabaret Performers.
No Cover / No Minimum!!!!!! The train from Penn Station to Long Beach takes less than an hour! 

Artists in Partnership Presents
10th Annual Cabaret Festival
Honoring the Great American Songbook
in Long Island, NY
May 16 – May 20, 2012
Long Beach Library Hosts
Live Performances and Special Events
(Long Beach, NY, April 20, 2012) – Artists in Partnership (AIP), a non-profit cultural arts organization, will host its 10th Annual Cabaret Festival May 16-20 at the Long Beach Public Library, 111 West Park Avenue, Long Beach, NY. All performances are free to the public. The festival will be a celebration of the cabaret genre honoring the Great American Songbook with performances by renowned local and New York City-based artists.

Wednesday, May 16, 7:30 pm “Why Cabaret and the American Songbook?
Thursday, May 17, 7:30 pm “That Could Be Arranged”
Friday, May 18, 7:30 pm “Daydream”
Saturday, May 19, 2 pm “Cabaret Conversations”, 7:30 pm “A Tribute to Marilyn Maye” 
Sunday, May 20, 1:30 pm “Billie Remembered”, 3:30 pm “The Dog-Walking Diva”

This event is made possible with public funds from the Long Beach Public Library. Schedule is subject to change

About Artists in Partnership 
Artists in Partnership is a non-profit cultural arts organization located in Long Beach, NY. The mission of AIP, “empowering artists and engaging the community”, is a unique partnership supporting literary, visual and performing artists by showcasing their talents, creating new avenues of expression, developing multi-generational and cross-cultural projects, providing fiscal sponsorships, and allying with local organizations, businesses and city government to attain these goals. For further information, visit website www.aip-arts.org or to arrange performer interviews, call 516-322-1138.