Menopause Star Will Chronicle Comical Journey to Succeed in the Big Apple in Late to the Party

Cabaret & Concert News   Menopause Star Will Chronicle Comical Journey to Succeed in the Big Apple in Late to the Party
 
Regional theatre actor Brooke Davis will bring her solo show to the Laurie Beechman Theatre for three performances.
Brooke Davis
Brooke Davis

Regional theatre actor Brooke Davis, seen as Earth Mother in the St. Louis, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, New York, and Providence stagings of Menopause the Musical, will bring her latest solo show to the Laurie Beechman Theatre, located within the West Bank Café, 407 West 42nd Street.

Late to the Party, featuring musical director-arranger Darren R. Cohen on piano, will be presented February 24 at 7 PM, February 25 at 4 PM, and March 1 at 7 PM. Barbara Grecki directs.

The show chronicles Davis’ journey as she chases her passion to become a performer in the Big Apple. “It’s about learning the ropes once she arrives in New York, coping with big city agents and auditions as well as humorous upheavals in family relationships,” according to press notes. “Davis also re-lives the ups-and-downs of her journey to the Big Apple—from a fairy tale childhood in Arizona filled with horseback riding and choir singing to becoming a suburban soccer mom, to spending a lifetime in the arts.”

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A performer, producer, educator, and advocate, Davis created and produced children’s theatre with her own Arizona Stage Company as well as with Music Theatre Arizona. Her regional credits include Charon in Anger Box, Mama Morton in Chicago, and Charlotte in Beyond Therapy. TV credits include Orange Is the New Black, Law & Order, One Life to Live, and The Onion News Network.

There is a $25 cover charge and a $20 food/drink minimum. For reservations call (212) 352-3101 or visit BrookeDavis.com/rsvp.

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