Live From Gramercy Park – Amy G
Live From Gramercy Park is a continuing concert series featuring evenings of eclectic entertainment that celebrate the best of New York City’s cultural landscape, in the tradition of The Players, the historic club where the series is presented. Curated and hosted by Emmy Award-winning composer/performer Lance Horne, Live From Gramercy Park is dedicated to presenting celebrated music, theater, and cabaret stars as well as introducing dynamic rising talent from around the world.
Red lips on a window pane, roller skates, and a feather tutu. Amy G is probably the sexiest clown to have ever rolled around. As a revolutionary cabaret comedian, she asks her audience to join her in turning her shame into entertainment. A classically trained vaudeville wonder that you'll be surprised you've never heard of, her unique style of physical, musical, stand-up and improv is a mash-up of Carol Burnett, Liza Minelli, Buster Keaton, Julie Andrews and the Muppet Show.
- Theatre Company
- EsoteriCam Productions
- Parental rating
- Parental rating information not available.
- 21 min
- Original language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Christian Campbell, Russell Uddin
- Amy G
- The Players Club - New York City - USA
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