The show debuted at Don't Tell Mama in April, under the direction of Michael Perreca, and has continued to be redefined ever since. What began as a one-night workshop performance in 2004 under the title of "Undefinable" has become a finely tuned hit for Reinhagen that audience members called "a redefining experience" and "one of their favorite hours spent at Don't Tell Mama." The score features something for everyone with selections ranging from "The World Goes Round" to contemporary comedic hits such as Christine Lavin's "What Was I Thinking", to two original songs by Steven Silverstein.
While still fairly new to the world of cabaret, Reinhagen is no newcomer to the stage. She received a degree in music from Pepperdine University and has gone on to perform in venues ranging from the House of Blues in New Orleans to the Assembly Room in Edinburgh, Scotland. As an actress, she's enjoyed such roles as Miss Hannigan in "Annie", Nancy in "Oliver", the Narrator in "Joseph..." and Janis Joplin in "Beehive".
Don't miss your chance to catch this amazing singer in what promises to be a definably entertaining evening! For more information visit www.gretchenreinhagen.com.
Sunday at 5:30pm
Monday at 7:00pm
Theater: Don't Tell Mama
Address: 343 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
|Cost:$10.00 + a two-drink of minimum/$5 for MAC and Cabaret Hotline Online members or Call: at 212-757-0788|