It’s time once again for New Georges’ TRUNK SHOW at Cornelia Street Cafe!
KICKING OFF AN ENDLESS SUMMER
featuring MUSICAL treats from New Georges affiliated artists and friends…
Sunday June 16 at 6pm, and not long at all!
JACK + JILL
a very short musical by Sarah Hammond & Emily Goldman
featuring the dulcet tones of Sam Heldt & Mallory Hawks
songs from Caroline Prugh’s newest work
sung by the fabulous Libby Winters
accompanied by the dashing Mike Rosengarden on guitar
a one-minute opera by Rachel Peters
Adam Marks will play the piano, and Karla Faggard,
Lynsey Buckelew & Jorell Williams will sing
sings “Lover with an Expiration Date” — uh oh!
the Bernfield-Millman family band!
your host: the spectacular MORGAN GOULD!!
of MORGAN GOULD & FRIENDS!
reservations: use the phone
and call 212.989.9319!
@ the one & only Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia Street, Greenwich Village
15 bucks = admission + a drink!
(there’s food available too!)
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