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Project Shaw and Shaw Songs 2019

Project Shaw and Shaw Songs 2019
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019

On February 11th, Project Shaw presented a special evening, Shaw Songs @ The Players, a festive cabaret evening of songs that George Bernard Shaw played, sang and enjoyed! For this very special event Project Shaw returned to its original home, the beautiful Players Club at 16 Gramercy Park South (20th Street between Park Avenue and Third Avenue). The evening of songs performed by some of New York’s most exciting performers featured Gilbert & Sullivan, Rodgers & Hart, Noel Coward, Cole Porter, along with Operetta, Opera, Music Hall, and more.

David Staller

The evening consisted of songs by some wonderful performers.

David Staller

Cady Huffman entertained with “Keep Your Sunny Side Up”, “You Are My Sunshine” and “Some Of These Days” with an audience sing along

Cady Huffman

Musical Direction was by Henry Aronson.

Howard Mcgillin

Howard McGillin sang “Have You Seen Any Castles” and “I Get Along “.

Karen Ziemba sang “I Got Rhythm” and “Bewitched”.

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Howard McGillin

Mara Davi delivered “Rhode Island” and “I Can’t Give You”.

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Mara Davi

Jim Brochu “Making Whoopie” and “Brother”.

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Jim Brochu
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Jim Brochu

Aaron Weinstein plucked out “I Want to Be Happy” and “Somewhere over the Rainbow”.

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Aaron Weinstein
Cady Huffman
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Cady Huffman
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Mary Claire Curran

Mary Claire Curran brought an emotional “Hero”.

Mary Claire Curran
Mary Claire Curran, Karen Zeimba

The show ended with the entire cast singing “Always at the end”.

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019

Aaron Weinstein, Jon Weber, Jim Brochu, Howard McGillin, Mara Davi, Mary Claire Curran, Karen Ziemba, Cady Huffman and David Staller
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019


Stephen Brown-Fried (Associate Director), Armelle Harper (Stage Manager), Howard McGillin, Cady Huffman, Jim Brochu, Aaron Weinstein, David Staller (Director), Nathan K. Claus (Stage Manager), Mary Claire Curran, Mara Davi, Henry Aronson and Jon Weber

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019


Stephen Brown-Fried (Associate Director), Armelle Harper (Stage Manager), Howard McGillin, Cady Huffman, Jim Brochu, Aaron Weinstein, David Staller (Director), Nathan K. Claus (Stage Manager), Mary Claire Curran, Mara Davi, Henry Aronson and Jon Weber

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Henry Aronson
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Mary Claire Curran
Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents SHAW SONGS 2019
Jim Brochu

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