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LINDA KOSUT HOSTS A JIZEL MUSIC PRESENTATION:
NEW STARS OF THE RRAZZ ROOM
BISTRO AWARD WINNING jazz/cabaret vocalist Linda Kosut, along with Musical Director Barry Lloyd, will present in showcase, several up-and-coming rising stars of the jazz and cabaret scene of San Francisco who will be stepping onto the RRazz room stage for their first time: Benn Bacot, Lauren Haden, Mark Johnson and Diane Kluft. The show will also include performances by Linda and Barry with a special appearance by Maria Diamond. This show is the fifth in a six-show series produced and presented by jazz/cabaret vocalist LINDA KOSUT and JIZEL MUSIC. Each show in the series has been unique, presenting entertainers new to the RRazz room stage and audience.
Mon, Sep 20, 8pm
Maria Volonte is an Argentine artist celebrated for the intense emotional universe that fires her music. Filling theaters and fascinating audiences and critics around the world, Maria turns each concert into a celebration of life, art and music. Winner of the Gardel Prize (Argentina's Grammy award) and a Latin Grammy nominee, Maria is a singer, guitarist and songwriter who takes the music of Latin America to unexpected places by crossing musical boundaries and honing a deeply personal approach.
Tue, Sep 21, 8pm
Of The Supremes!
Mary Wilson is bringing her "Supreme" and "Up Close" show to San Francisco's Hotel Nikko. Most people know her for her 12 Number One hits with The Supremes. Many new fans know her for her "Up Close" jazz and standards show. This time around, you can see a little of both. Miss Wilson is bringing hits from the '60s and '70s and belting out her favorite ballads.
$40-45 ($50-55 Limited VIP)
Wed-Sat, Sep 22-25, 8pm; Sun, Sep 26, 7pm
THE RRAZZ ROOM CONCERT SERIES @ MARINES' MEMORIAL THEATRE PRESENTS:
Lady Ha Ha
Start your new decade dance with Kate Clinton: comic without borders, wake-up artist, and the original reality gatecrasher. See Kate perform her world-famous burlesque Bubble Wrap Dance as she gleefully pops the air out of deniers and disruptors, birthers and dearthers, conservadems and bibliocrats, the -stans and the bans, spine flu and whine flu, ex-gays and A-gays, the audacity of nope and of course, the pope. All material fully digitalized and gorgeously styled by the Haus of Ha.
One of the first out gay comedians in the US, Kate Clinton has performed nationally since 1981 from Joe's Pub in New York City to the Park West in Chicago to the Herbst Theater in San Francisco, and back to New York for several off-Broadway runs, with hundreds of Comedy Club dates in between. Her two decades plus of material are on record in her eight comedy collections and three books. In addition to live performance, Kate has appeared in and narrated numerous films, starred on Broadway and Off Broadway Stage, and appeared in television shows ranging from Oprah to the L Word. She has received numerous awards and honors including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and the Pioneer Award from GLAAD Media Awards.
**Sat, Sep 25, 8pm
Marines' Memorial Theatre
609 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
With Special Guests: Tom Shaw (piano), Roberta Drake (drums) and John Greitzer (bass)
All Singing, All Dancing, All Dead!
Matthew Martin is keeping Hollywood history alive and well and he will be conjuring the Late Greats of the Silver Screen in his new show ALL SINGING, ALL DANCING, ALL DEAD! Come see his incomparable incarnation of Bette Davis which has received critical acclaim in multiple stage productions in San Francisco, New York, London and Los Angeles. Martin also resurrects Katharine Hepburn in her full majestic glory; breathes life into Miss Peggy Lee's sultry song styling; revives Judy Garland's inimitable voice and presence, and as a dynamic dancer, Martin sizzles the stage with the tornado tapping of the legendary Ann Miller. Martin memorializes the immortals in tribute to the timeless classics when stars were truly stars!!! Special guests include Tom Shaw on piano and Roberta Drake on drums. Matthew recently completed the film parody Baby Jane? (Frameline Film Festival 2010) playing the title role. He was also featured in the documentary Queer Icon: The Cult of Bette Davis.
Sat, Sep 25, 10:30pm