June 18, and 19 at 8pm
Red Eye NY- 355 W 41st
The Arts Project of Cherry Grove
America’s Oldest LBGTQ+ Theater Company
Celebrates Juneteenth in Manhattan.
The Bar Bilbao: A Kurt Weill Cabaret
Conceived by Sheila Morgan, Saul Nache & James A Pierce III
Sunday, June 18 at 8pm
Monday, June 19 at 8pm
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The oldest LGBTQ+ theater company in America travels from Cherry Grove, Fire Island to the Big Apple to celebrate the stories of the POC community through the songs of Kurt Weill.
Director & Choreographer – James A Pierce III
Music Direction and Arrangement – Saul Nache
Starring: Katelyn Bowman, Juan Danner, Dev, Camilo Estrada, Camille Workman
Band: Saul Nache (piano), Storm Thomas (drums), Skylar Volpe (bass)
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