• DATE /Sep, 24 2022
  • TIME /08:00 PM - 09:30PM
  • ADDRESS /Centre Bridge Inn 2998 River Road New Hope, PA 18938

Event description

Sirius Radio Personality and Off-Broadway star CHRISTINE PEDI joins Cabaret star MARK NADLER to raise a glass or two, or three, to the drinking culture of days gone by when songs like “Cocktails For ToTwo” and “One For My Baby” were on everyone’s lips and titles like “Don’t Have Any More, Mrs. Moore” and “You Look Like I Need A Drink” were on their bumper stickers. This fast paced, tuneful evening of comedy and music will leave you saying “I’ll Have Another!”

CHRISTINE PEDI (SiriusXM Satellite Radio Host & Star of Off-Broadway’s Forbidden Broadway) MARK NADLER (The hardest-working man in Cabaret)
Christine Pedi, the “Lady of 1000 Voices” first discovered her talent for multiple personalities in the legendary Off-Broadway revue Forbidden Broadway. She made her Broadway debut in Little Me, played Mama Morton in Chicago and appeared Talk Radio. Off-Broadway credits include Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating and Marriage and  A Broadway Diva Christmas, Jerry’s Girls, The Mad Show, My Favorite Year and Newsical: The Musical and recently starred in and co-produced Spamilton: An American Parody. Her cabaret show Great Dames  won the New York Bistro & Nitelife Awards and played New York, Los Angeles, London and South Africa. Her holiday show, There’s No Bizness Like Show Bizness has been a seasonal staple in New York City for the past 11 years. Christine is also the daily host  of Sirius XM satellite radio’s On-Broadway playing the music of the stage and co-hosts Dueling Divas with Seth Rudetsky.

Mark Nadler is an internationally known cabaret performer and the recipient of eight awards from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets, three Backstage Bistros, two New York Nightlife Awards and two BroadwayWorld Awards. Additionally, he was awarded two Bay Area Outer Critics’ Circle Awards. He has been a soloist with major orchestras, playing everywhere from Carnegie Hall to Philadelphia’s 14,000-seat amphitheater at The Mann Center.

Promotional video