Genre: Solo Performance
by Dan Callahan
"In "Classic Cole," writer-performer Dan Callahan sings a selection of the best known Cole Porter songs loosely in the order that they were written, from "What is This Thing Called Love?" to "True Love" and many more. Paying close attention to the sensual images in the Porter lyrics as well as their complex musicality, Callahan stresses the erotic longing of these great standards, expressing both their humor and their lust for the kind of worldly pleasures that make up for all loss.

Burlesque Dance Kids Musical Reading
Classical Drama Lesbian+Gay Other Solo Performance
Comedy Festival Magic Poetry  
Schedule: Monday, July 14th at 8:30pm and Monday, July 28th at 8:30pm.
Theater:Don't Tell Mama
Address:343 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036  Show Map
Location:(between 8th & 9th Avenues)
Cost:$5.00 cover charge and two-drink minimum."
Brendan Hunt

BRENDAN HUNT is an actor, musician, writer and visual artist living in New York City. For the latest news about his upcoming projects, visit

Brendan Hunt began performing in grade school when he joined a local theater learning center. He received his first training there and performed with the group at the Queens Theatre in the Park's mainstage for several years. During high school he was cast in TV commercials and school productions where he honed his skills. Brendan continued his training at Fordham University after being accepted to their prestigious theater program. He played lead roles in several of their mainstage productions while gaining new insights into the performing arts.

After graduation, Brendan joined the Long Island-based company Plaza Theatrical Productions. As an actor and crew member, he toured libraries, schools and state parks playing some of Shakespeare's finest roles including Romeo, Hamlet, Caliban and Petruchio. As his interest in classical theater grew, so did his abilities, and he was soon playing Feste in the Off-Broadway production of Twelfth Night (Flea Theater) for which he also composed the music.

Brendan has been doing more student films and web series recently, however 2010 saw him return to the Queens Theatre in the Park - this time as the seductive Anton in The Blue Room. He also performed at the NY Fringe Festival and the Under St. Marks theater in various productions. He is currently a member of the Times Square Playwrights group and continues to perform all around the city.