The Magic of Mathis will also include some more obscure songs, as well, such as "99 Miles from L.A.," "Yellow Roses on Her Gown," "I'll Be Easy to Find" and "Photograph," all part of Mathis's remarkable 56-year career. The show, which ran very successfully at the Metropolitan Room in September, has been directed by the Multi-award winning director/entertainer, Lennie Watts. Don't Tell Mama is at 343 West 46th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues.
Don't Tell Mama is a cash only venue with a $20 cover and two beverage minimum for this show. Call 212.757.0788 for reservations.
Frank Dain, the editor-in-chief of Cabaret Scenes Magazine, has a substantial performing history as well as a critically acclaimed recording to his credit. After appearing in many regional and Off-Broadway productions, Dain made his New York City Town Hall debut at The Mabel Mercer Foundation's summer Cabaret Convention, and performed at the Foundation's first cabaret convention in Philadelphia at the Prince Theatre. As a solo act, he performed at Don't Tell Mama, Steve McGraw's, Danny's Skylight Room and Judy's. He was a frequent guest of Kathleen Landis during her residency as a pianist/singer at Café Pierre, and has appeared with her at the Cocktail Terrace in the Waldorf Astoria and for the Sheet Music Society." He and Landis recently concluded a 16-week run at Nino's Tuscany.