NY Cabaret singer Seth Sikes was in Ptown briefly before the summer season to fulfill a long-held fantasy of his. He got to perform Judy Garland’s famous Trolley Song whilst whizzing around town on the Mayflower Trolley.
Now he is coming back to PTown with more of his favorite ladies: besides Judy there is Barbra, Liza and Bernadette etc for his brand new show at Post Office Cafe and Cabaret. Before he arrived he talked with QUEERGURU via Zoom to tell us what to expect : check out the video
Broadway performer and jazz singer Daniel LeClaire now performing his new show 21st Century Standard at #PtownsPost Office Cafe and Cabaret talked with Queerguru. In our book, he’s a talented younger gay version of Michael Buble who is about to sing his way into the hearts of the boys (and bears) of PTown
Donna Vivino has been a star of Broadway and Off-Broadway since she was just 8 years old and landed her very first part in the original production of Les Miserables. There’s been no looking back for her since then. Her resume includes roles in Cats,Wicked, Next To NormalHairspray, Finks, Grease etc etc. She has fashioned all of her past in her new cabaret show entitled ‘Confessions of Broadway Baby‘ which she talked about with Queerguru on the eve of opening in the Post Office Cabaret in PTown
Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester is heading back to #PTown her-home-from-home to perform at Post Office Cafe and Cabaret for THREE nights this week. Queerguru caught up with her to find out what she has been up too, and to discover what we can expect to see and hear: check out our video.