ALAN CUMMING & ARI SHAPIRO:
"OCH & OY - A CONSIDERED CABARET"
The famed British actor of screen and stage and the longtime host of NPR's All Things Considered, respectively, may seem like an odd couple, but the two friends are both storytellers and musical entertainers who seek to help audiences better understand themselves and the world around them.
Date: Saturday, November 18, 2023
Time: 7:30PM Meet in the lobby for cocktails / 8:00PM Performance
Place: Matthews Theater at the McCarter Theater Center, 91 University Place, Princeton, NJ
ALAN CUMMING AND ARI SHAPIRO - the famed British actor of screen and stage and the longtime host of NPR's All Things Considered, respectively - may seem like an odd couple, but the two friends are both storytellers and musical entertainers who seek to help audiences better understand themselves and the world around them.
Born of an impromptu collaboration on stage at one of Shapiro’s solo shows, “Och & Oy: A Considered Cabaret” is an evening of songs and stories with a tongue-in-cheek title that references their Scottish (Och) and Jewish (Oy) heritage. And while the bawdy and risqué two-man cabaret is not formally scripted (AND NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES), the pair does tend to sing the same songs and hit the same beats with an undeniable chemistry, feeding off each other’s energy on stage. CLICK HERE for a quick preview.
ARRIVE AT 7:30PM that evening and gather with other Harvard alumni in the lobby of the Matthews Theater for good conversation before the 7:30PM performance. Wear crimson so we can easily find each other.
RSVP BEFORE NOON ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH. We have reserved excellent seats for this performance. Unsold tickets will be released for sale to the general public after that date and time.
Organizer: Fred Larcombe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cost: $70 per person
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