Gay Marshall is celebrating her new CD release, Gay Marshall Sings Piaf, at the Metropolitan Room on October 18th at 9:45PM. There is a two-drink minimum per person for all shows. For reservations call 212/206-0440. For more information on this show, you can visit www.metropolitanroom.com.
Marshall made her Broadway debut as Diana Morales in A Chorus Line. Her one woman show "Piaf : La Vie l'Amour" played in the States and took her to Paris where she played Grizabella in the original French production of "Cats", and did many shows in theaters and on television there.
Living in Europe inspired her to write "If I Were Me", a comedy that she performed in Paris and took to the Edinburgh Festival where it was voted #2 on the Fringe. Most recently here in the States, she did "Jacques Brel" at Capital Rep, Denise in the Goodspeed, York Theater and Paper Mill's productions of "The Baker's Wife". During her recent appearance in the Off Broadway production of "Jacques Brel" she received a nomination for the Drama League's "Distinguished Performance Award" and named as one of the "Top Ten Divas" by Playbill. Her CD of Piaf songs will be available online this fall.
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