Revolution: What’s Worth Fighting For? Kathleen France & Dawn Derow

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MAC Award nominees and besties, KATHLEEN FRANCE and DAWN DEROW, team up for a special evening. They will take their audience on a musical journey through a time of war entitled REVOLUTION.
The duo sings songs of patriotic American women willing to fight for truth, and answer the call to action from the year 1776 to present day.

 
Ms. France and Ms. Derow will examine messages sent by war, conflict peace and protest. This concept Cabaret show, conceived by Ms. France, is an homage to what kabarett used to be like in the German tradition. With the use of political satire and gallows humor, REVOLUTION will tackle important civil rights issues affecting American people. This fresh, yet classic, take will make the show a popular entertainment on the New York Cabaret scene.

 
The show, vast in scope and deep in content is better classified as an event! This will give these two cosmopolitan New Yorker’s a platform large enough to share their personal stories and forthright observations in an evening of protest, revolution, compassion, healing and laughs.

 

The United States of America has only known 21 calendar years of peace time since its inception.

$5.00 of each ticket sale will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Directed by Lennie Watts  – Music directed by Andrew Sotomayor

The Duplex (61 Christopher Street @ 7th Ave South)

Monday October 20  Tuesday October 28  Sunday November 9  Tuesday November 11   All shows 6:30 PM

$20 cover ($15 for MAC) 2 drink min
Call (212) 255-5438 or theduplex.com

Do you know what’s worth fighting for?

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