Genre: Comedy, Musical, Other

Zephyer Rep is proud to return with their cabaret series ANGEL DRAKE PRESENTS: SONGS TO STALK BY

The evening will be for and about jealousy, desire, and of course, STALKING!  Come check out some of NYC's finest as they sing their hearts out.   Join them for a short interview after the song as they discuss why they chose that particular song and what significance it has to their life.  It's like Jay Leno, except with a personality.

At the end of the evening there's an audience favorite vote where winner takes home $50!

THIS JUST IN:  Miss Drake is being called away to New Orleans to perform.  She sent a cryptic note saying she's sending her Cougar Cousins... !

Open:   03/20/10
Close:   03/20/10

Saturday 3/20 at 8pm
Theater:   Wings Theatre
Address:   154 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
Google Maps
click here to close

Closest subway: 1, 9 to Christopher Street, west on Christopher Street several blocks to theatre

Cost:$15 regular, $10 student (with valid ID)
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Wings Theatre Box Office at 212-627-2961
Company: Zephyer Rep

Miss Angel Drake is known as "Songstress and Survivor of the Blues" and has been in show business since her youth in Augusta, Georgia, where her first brush with fame came with her first love, James Brown. "I used to carry him sweet potato pie when he was in jail the FIRST time. I was around fifteen then."
Her career went on to include being lead singer for the girl group she founded and gave her own name to, The Angels. With Miss Drake on lead vocals they had a hit with "My Boyfriend's Back" until her scandalous affair with a Washington Senator violated a morals clause in her record contract and she was unceremoniously dropped from the group. She found herself in jazz clubs in the New York's West Village and soon fell head over heels for the monologist, Lord Buckley. She still credits him with many of her ideas about life, love and the world we live in-though he broke her heart when he chose his wife over her.
Soon she bounced back, signing a studio contract with a Hollywood TV Studio hoping to groom her into the next Joey Heatherton. Instead she was cast as female yeomen #5 on a new TV series, Star Trek, and soon began a wild affair with the show's star, William Shatner. Soon she helped him on his own music project, "Bill Shatner Sings".
Currently Miss Drake is at work on her unauthorized autobiography, "Portrait of a Sinner" in which she gives even more details about her life and loves including , Rev. Al Green, Janis Joplin, Lola Falana, and many more. She has hosted many Burlesque Shows for Surf Reality, a Country Blues night at Banjo Jim's and is pleased to be working with Zephyer Rep on this night of SONGS TO STALK BY. She has been there, done that and got all the tee shirts so she will be there for all the performers.

Pamela Ehn is a musician and actress living in Brooklyn. Her latest roles were Gladys in Out of Order (Michael Chekhov Theatre Company), Greta in After Easter (Pink Elephant Productions) and Fouquier-Tinville and Simon’s Wife in Danton’s Death (Many Tracks). Other roles include Vivien South in The Wedding and Suzy Hommacker in Murder in Mysteria Lane. She has also appeared in a number of short films, even playing a Korean vegetable vendor in Red Tomatoes Crosswalk, because she just looks so darn Asian. Pamela has also written music for a number of productions, including After Easter, Danton’s Death, Midsummer’s Night Dream, Dark Ride and Coronis.

Born 'n' raised in the wild west, Katy originally developed her craft to entertain and confuse the hungry Donner Party. She eventually pioneered back east to strike it rich performing in the big apple. Regional credits include: Lady Macbeth, Nancy, and the Wicked Witch of the West. You may have seen Katy in Times Square dancing in red tights.

Rachel L. Jacobs recently moved to New York from San Francisco. She graduated from Oberlin College with a B.A. in Theater. She has also studied with the National Theater Institute, the St. Petersburg Theater Arts Academy, and Shakespeare & Company.

Recent credits include: A Murmured Tale (The Little Mermaid), Moby Dick: The Musical! (Stubb), and Fuddy Meers (Kenny).

Next Rachel will be performing in the “Oberlin College NYC Annual Musical Theater Showcase” at Shetler Studios.

Feel free to stalk at to learn more.

Following a 20-year intermission during which she portrayed an editor at The New York Times, Susan Kirby returned to the stage last December as a 30++ chorus girl in Christmas Rappings at Judson Memorial Church. She studies singing with Woody Regan and sings in his workshop. She has studied acting at the University of Colorado, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and HB Studio, and with Gene Frankel, David Perry and Lenore Stefanik.
Susan has been appearing recently in a number of short independent and student films, including Love Under Glass, directed by Diane Ingino, and 69, a SUNY-Purchase student film directed by Mattson Tomlin.
Susan spent her college years in Boulder, Colorado, in the late 1960’s and early 70’s, and has had experience with all three of the topics of this evening’s program (an admission she makes thanks to the statute of limitations).
Susan and her alter egos appear on her Web site,

Jessica S. Lewis is a student at New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Born and raised in the heart of the West Village, she has studied with acting, singing and dancing teachers throughout the city such as Andrew Jannetti and Peggy Lewis (BizKidz/Pier Studios). She attended LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and the Performing Arts, from where she graduated with national honors as a vocal major (focusing on jazz and classical music). She is currently a member of Andrew Jannetti and Dancers, and has performed with the Anna Sokolow Theater Dance Ensemble. She continues to study and work as an actress, singer and dancer throughout New York and the surrounding areas.

Sarah Lucie graduated in May from Boston College with a Bachelor of the Arts in Theater and English. She also studied Shakespeare in London at the British American Drama Academy and toured Rome and Ireland with the Boston College Chorale. Some notable recent productions include An Experiment with an Airpump (Susannah/Ellen), Angels in America (Angel/Emily), The Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Syracuse), and Sweet Charity.

Greer Morrison began her musical journey at the age of four singing and performing as Mother Superior from the "Sound of Music" much to the surprise and delight of her family. Today, she is a classically trained actress and singer who has performed in New York at BB Kings, Arlene's Grocery. Her journey has also included stints performing in Japan and Germany.

The lovely and glamorous Erin Patricia has been acting and singing for a number of years now. She got into acting after a modeling agency (which will remain anonymous) told her that she'd have better luck acting, due to her tattoos (such as the obnoxiously huge nautical chestpiece she so awesomely rocks). Within a few months, she was offered the lead in a short film titled "Flashover," which won numerous awards, including "Best Documentary" by Paramount Pictures. She was also nominated for "Best Actress in a Short Film" at the Action on Film festival 2008 for the same film.

Erin has experience in both theater and film. She recently performed in an off-Broadway titled, "Kailashnath Weds Madhumati." She is described as quirky and extremely cheesy, and is a big fan of creepy stalker fellas. She hopes you enjoy her performance!

Billy Pelt is single.

Originally from Georgia, "Red Rachel" is pleased as punch to finally be living & performing in NYC!

Before starring in the Tyler Perry stage play, Laugh To Keep From Crying, Rachel could be seen performing in & around Atlanta. Favorite credits include Violet (title role), Wild Party, The Who's Tommy, Don't Dress for Dinner, Love Jerry, and Degas' Little Dancer (at the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre).

Her degree is from the University of Georgia (BA in Drama), & she interned at Actor's Express. But the learning never stops!

Rachel can't express enough how much she appreciates all the love & support!

Courtney Sanello graduated from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University with a double major Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) in Marketing and Organization & Management. She is a trained Cellist in both chamber and orchestral settings, such as the Long Island String Festival Association (L.I.S.F.A) and New York All-County Orchestra. Trained in both Broadway and Italian Opera vocal styles, Courtney was selected as one of the top 20 Soprano I vocalists to perform in the Annual New York State Women's Choir.
Despite Courtney's formal vocal and instrumental training background, she currently is concentrating on creating her own distinctive song and vocal style within the Indie Rock music genre. This is Courtney's debut Rock performance; a musical style she intends to continue to pursue.