Called "the feel good show of the year", The Needemann Brothers bring their hilarious antics to New York City's premier cabaret theater, The Triad tonight, October 24th at 7pm. The production features never-before-seen material, and decades of popular song. The Needemann Brothers are a two-man musical comedy cabaret act from the west coast featuring Anthony Bollotta, and television, film actor, Jorge Luis Abreu. Musical direction and accompaniment is by off-Broadway composer Rayme Sciaroni, one of the song writers for Naked Boys Singing.
The Brothers, who in their show, profess to having just returned from a successful International House of Pancakes tour, take audiences on a whirlwind tour of their own. Reaching as far back as their childhood days together, the show focuses on unforgettable high school experiences, previously unexpressed hopes, and unrealized dreams. The Brothers break tradition by poking fun at contemporary stereotypes, themselves, and life in general. This effervescent concoction of good old-fashioned brotherly banter, classic melodies, and musical parodies is a one night event so order tickets soon.
New York Theatre Company, The Group Theatre Too (Producers Michael Blevins and Justin Boccitto) present The Needemann Brothers at The Triad, 158 W. 72nd Street, tonight, October 24th at 7pm. Tickets are $15 plus a TWO DRINK MINIMUM. Order online at www.triadnyc.com or call 1-800-838-3006.