Café Carlyle Fall Season
CafÃ© Carlyle has announced the line up for its fall season: Woody Allen, Eartha Kitt and Steve Tyrell.
The season includes the return engagements of Eartha Kitt and Grammy-Award winning vocalist Steve Tyrell. Woody Allen &The Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band will once again perform on Monday evenings.
About the new season, Mr. McBride commented, "Each of these artists creates an exciting, standing-room-only atmosphere at the Carlyle, and we are thrilled that they remain in our family. I am particularly honored that we will be graced by the presence of Ms. Kitt during her 80th birthday year."
In preparation for the new season of entertainment, the CafÃ© Carlyle will undergo a soft renovation during the summer months.
The New York design firm of Scott Salvator will oversee the project, which will include the installation of newly designed banquets, chairs, as well as a state-of-the-art sound and light system. The unique murals by Vertes that line the CafÃ© will remain untouched.
Woody Allen & The Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band will play Monday evenings at CafÃ© Carlyle from 17 Sep - 10 Dec 2007.
Woody Allen boasts a career as writer, director, actor and producer that covers more than 30 years. Mr Allen s also an accomplishd clarinettist who has been performing since th late 1960's. He regurlarly appears at CafÃ© Carlyle performing early 20th-century and New Orleans jazz
Eartha Kitt will perform in cabaret at CafÃ© Carlyle from 18 Sep - 27 Oct 2007.
Eartha Kitt, the original sex kitten returns to CafÃ© Carlyle for a six week engagement. From her purring drawl as Catwoman to her sultry renditions of hits Love for Sale, C'est Si Bon and Santa Baby, the legendry star is truly in a class by herself.
Steve Tyrell returns to play a nine-week engagement from the 30 Oct - 31 Dec 2006.
Tyrell brings an invigorating freshness to his interpretations of American classics, his most recent CD is 'Disney Classics' in which he brings his own interpretation to such songs as 'When You Wish Upon a Star', 'He's a Tramp' and 'Bare Necessities'.
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