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Bond, James Bond is Shaken Not Stirred Downtown At The Roxy

Bond, James Bond is Shaken Not Stirred Downtown At The Roxy
PJ Griffith

PJ Griffith Photo by Mathew Bernard

Are you a James Bond aficionado? Are you a fan of the Bond theme songs, past and present? Do Broadway performers up close give you a thrill? Are you looking for a great date night geared towards mystery and intrigue, served with cocktails on the side? Then look no future than Shaken Not Stirred, the ultimate night of immersive cabaret for Bond fans, secret agents, and anyone looking for a good time!

Katherine Hozier-Adams, Emily Palmquist, Katherine Roarty

Katherine Hozier-Adams, Emily Palmquist and Katherine Roarty Photo by Mathew Bernard

The fabulously hot band plays a song list that includes the music of Adele, Aha, Sheryl Crow, Duran Duran, Garbage, Tom Jones, Paul McCartney, Nancy Sinatra, Sam Smith, and Jack White. The musical arrangements by Andy Peterson are downright sinful as Andy on piano, David Salter on guitar, Billy Smollen on bass and Derek Swink on drums rock the house.

Amy Gordon

Amy Gordon Photo by Mathew Bernard

Interactions with Barry Cade (the vocally wonderful, PJ Griffith), Anna Sassin (the sassy, Grace Stockdale), Mona Lott (the seductive, Amy Gordon), Bloomin’ Onions (Anna Copacabana), May Day (Kaitlyn Urban) and the dangerously sexual Romanova dancers (Katherine Hozier-Adams, Emily Palmquist and Katherine Roarty) give their all for your entertainment.

Grace Stockdale

Grace Stockdale Photo by Mathew Bernard

Conceived and created by Damien Gray, co-created and produced by Peter McCabe, with choreography by Katherine Roarty, this is a fabulous way to spend your Sunday evening.

 Grace Stockdale

Grace Stockdale, PJ Griffith Photo by Mathew Bernard

My only complaints are the small plates are not fresh, expensive and rather minuscule, so eat before you go. Also, the sound design needs some fine-tuning, as the show plays on a decimal level that is rather loud.

Amy Gordon,  Grace Stockdale

Amy Gordon, Grace Stockdale Photo by Mathew Bernard

Performances run Sunday nights through November 19th, at The Django, a Parisian jazz age inspired club inside The Roxy Hotel, 2 Avenue of the Americas.

There are two shows, one at 6 pm – Operation Golden Balls – and one at 9 pm – Dare If You Don’t. Get there early for magic acts and plenty of libations mixed with magic that was the best part of the show.

Amy Gordon

PJ Griffith, Amy Gordon, Grace Stockdale Photo by Mathew Bernard

$49 – table seating, $69 – VIP reserved table, complimentary champagne.

On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday catch Michael Garin on piano from 6-8

 

 

 

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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