Past Appearances 2006

an evening of love songs
with songwriter and musical director Tracy Stark
Sundays, December 10 & 17 at 7pm
Laurie Beechman Theatre at The West Bank Café
407 West 42nd St., at 9th Ave.
Reservations: 212-695-6909 (12pm-8pm)
Marcus, along with Tracy Stark, will be reprising this set of love songs which debuted at the Beechman in August.
The Laurie Beechman Theatre has a rich tradition of presenting cutting-edge work, which has played a role in shaping American theater and live performance. Since the 80s, the theatre has staged numerous plays and hosted a myriad of live performance events. Cabaret impressario Phil Geoffrey Bond, The Beechman's new programming director, has culled an eclectic line-up of performers for their newly instituted bruch series. All this takes place in the gorgeous eighty-seat venue, located in below the West Bank Café. Please note there is a $15 food and/or beverage minimum at each performance, with the exception of The After Party. All major credit cards are accepted.
The Mabel Mercer Foundation’s
17th Cabaret Convention at Lincoln Center
Thursday, October 19th, 6pm
Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center (Broadway at 60th Street)
The Great Popular Songbook as performed by the exciting voices and personalities that light and enliven the current cabaret scene. Marcus will perform along with Klea Blackhurst, Brandon Cutrell, Natalie Douglas, Stevie Holland, Rosalyn McClore, Suzanne Petri, Karen Saunders, and Robert Whorton.
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Tribute to the Legendary Johnny Mathis
Arrangements by Tracy Stark & Michael Sansonia
Thursday, September 28th (showtime 9pm)
Le Dôme, The Nightclub Under the Stars at The Manor
111 Prospect Avenue, West Orange, NJ
Reservations 973-731-2360.
Enjoy stellar evenings of four-star dining and four-star entertainment. The monthly Cabaret Soirée series, presented on Thursday evenings, brings some of America's star cabaret performers to Le Dôme's intimate stage.
We offer a four-course, four-star dinner and show package with seatings at 6:00pm, 6:15pm and 6:30pm. Cost for dinner and show is only $74. A limited number of "show only" seats are available at $35 per person in Le Dôme.
Since his sensational cabaret debut in January 2000, Marcus Simeone has emerged as one of the most talked-about and celebrated singers to grace the stages of Manhattan's nightclubs since Streisand took the town by storm at the Bon Soir. Winner of the 2003 Back Stage Bistro Award as Outstanding Vocalist, the 2000 Cabaret Hotline Award, and back-to-back MAC Awards in 2004 and 2005, he is universally regarded for his heart-wrenching interpretations of lyrics, red-hot jazz sensibility, and powerful pop flair. "Marcus Simeone sings with a thrilling and ethereal tenor that makes him sound like the love child of Johnny Mathis and Jane Oliver . . . a special sound that deserves to be heard." So states Wayman Wong in the New York Daily News. And in Playbill, Mr. Wong says, "Chances are, he sounds like Mathis. When it comes to high and heavenly voices, I doubt even St. Peter has heard one as angelic as Marcus Simeone's." Marcus will present his Tribute to the Legendary Johnny Mathis in Le Dôme after exclusive engagements in New York City. Bill Van Sant, formerly of Worrall Community Newspapers, in reviewing Marcus's previous show at The Manor, called his performance "beautiful and haunting." Marcus brings his own special magic to the songs Johnny made famous, offering a personal homage to the man for whom Columbia Records pioneered the "greatest hits" album, now an industry tradition. Earlier in his career, Marcus appeared on the original Star Search as well as Showtime at the Apollo. Critic John Hoglund of Back Stage proclaimed Marcus "King of the power ballad . . . he has no peer."
Visit the Manor's website for further information:
Odette's Benefit
Wednesday, August 2, 8pm-11pm
Iridium Jazz Club, 1650 Broadway at 51st Street, NYC
$20 cover/donation with $10 food/drink minimum
Reservations: 212-582-2121
Scott Barbarino, Sue Matsuki, Ricky Ritzel & Nancy Witter will be hosting a benefit at Iridium Jazz Club on Wednesday, August 2nd from 8pm to 11pm. The evening's proceeds will be donated to the producer and founder of the Cabaret at Odette's for the past 19 years, Bob Egan Entertainment, to help defray the costs of relocating the Cabaret to temporary quarters until the venerable Delaware River showroom is operable again. Some of the proceeds are also earmarked to provide relief to the wait staff, technicians and creative staff who have found themselves without work since the third recent catastrophic flood that hit New Hope, PA on June 28th.
The amazing lineup of performers backed by the Iridium's own Barry Levitt Trio includes: Scot Albertson, Leslie Anderson, Andrea Axelrod, Ashley Barlow, Judy Barnett, Boulevard East featuring Christopher Howatt, Dana Merritt and Beth Covell, Eddie Bruce, Cynthia Crane, John DeMarco, Baby Jane Dexter, Eugene Fleming, Frank Fontana, Martha Lorin, Zachary Mordechai, Miles Phillips, Val Ryder, Marcus Simeone, Michael Traupman, and the cast of Her Song featuring Tricia Rapier, Cicily Daniels, Kelly McCormick and Kate Manning and MORE!
This will be a free flowing evening of fabulous sets.
Performers (not on the bill) are welcome to sit in and jam depending on the time.
This line up is subject to change.
For more information: Iridium Jazz Club's web site
The Mabel Mercer Foundation Presents
The Third Chicago Cabaret Convention
March 9-11, 2006 -- 6pm
Park West Theatre, Chicago, IL
After appearing in three New York conventions, Marcus will be making his first appearance
at the Chicago Cabaret Convention on Friday, March 10th.
For more information call the Mabel Mercer Foundation: 212-980-3026 (10am-5pm)
Park West Theatre: 773-929-1322
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Barry Levitt's Vocal Jazz Workshop & Brunch
Sunday, March 5, 11am-3pm (Marcus goes on at 12:30pm)
Iridium Jazz Club, 1650 Broadway at 51st Street, NYC
$21.95 includes buffet brunch and one cocktail
Reservations: 212-582-2121
Marcus will be making a special guest appearance at this weekly variety show in the heart of the theatre district at what New York Magazine named "New York's Best Jazz Club", the Iridium. Renown not only for hot jazz, but also excellent cuisine and outstanding service, the Iridium is reputed to among the best live music experiences available anywhere.

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