Piano Bar Night @SAC with John Bronston
SATURDAY, APRIL 6 | 7-9 PM | $10 ($7 for Friends of SAC)
ONLINE SALES ARE CLOSED – TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR ON ARRIVAL!
Join us as we continue our new piano bar series with an all-Stephen Sondheim sing-along. Come sing your favorite tunes with seasoned NYC Musical Director and club veteran John Bronston.
For one night a month, SAC will become an East End version of your favorite NYC piano bars – Marie’s Crisis, Don’t Tell Mama’s, The Duplex. Whether you are a singer or just a lover of musicals, you won’t want to miss these enjoyable evenings of song and socializing!
Some of our Sondheim favorites are Being Alive, Do I Hear a Waltz, Everything’s Coming Up Roses, Not While I’m Around, Send in the Clowns, Sunday in the Park with George, The Ladies Who Lunch, and so many more!
About John Bronston:
John Bronston has worked as a musical director, composer, director, and performer across the United States. Some favorite credits include the North American tour of Hair (Musical Director) and the National Tours of Smokey Joe’s Cafe and Five Guys Named Moe (Associate Musical Director).
As a writer his work has been produced by New York Musical Theater Festival, New York Theater Barn, and Richmond Shakespeare Festival among others. He has been a pianist at Don’t Tell Mama, The Duplex, The Stonewall Inn, Uncle Charlie’s, and Brandy’s over the last ten years and has performed in 38 states and counting.
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