Packing up for Dixon Place Mainstage 12-14

Dana’s BAGGAGE AT THE DOOR, Friday Dec 14, at 10pm — UPGRADED TO THE MAIN-STAGE! First the workshop in the Lounge in late August, and now the Mainstage at Dixon Place-- you bring your baggage, she’ll bring hers! With music written in collaboration with award-winning emerging composers, Baggage at the Door is an autobiographical solo musical addressing the critical moment when a trauma survivor realizes she may no longer be able to simply cope; when falling in love triggers her latent PTSD, she might be f*cked. ​ TW: trauma TW: PTSD TW: humor TW: Angry Birds Click here to reserve tickets Baggage at the Door is a wry peek inside the head of a seemingly well-adjusted trauma-queen— Hailed as ‘de

As Thousands Cheer at 54 Below

As part of the concert version of Irving Berlin's 1933 As Thousands Cheer, Dana had the incredible pleasure to meet the Berlin grandchildren, Katharine Swett and Edward Emmet, and Catherine Carlisle Hart, daughter of Moss Hart and Kitty Carlisle Hart. THEATRE ROYALTY!!!

Dana sings Irving Berlin at 54 Below

Before there was SNL, The Daily Show, and Last Week Tonight, there was As Thousands Cheer, Irving Berlin and Moss Hart’s famed musical revue. Opening on Broadway in September 1933, As Thousands Cheerbrought laughter and joy to audiences at the Music Box Theatre. Now, 85 years after its Broadway premiere and 20 years since its last production in New York, Feinstein’s/54 Below and a cast of Broadway’s finest perform Irving Berlin’s score. With classic songs including “Easter Parade,” “How’s Chances?,” “Heat Wave,” and “Harlem On My Mind,” As Thousands Cheer will be a delightful evening of comedy, politics, showstopping songs, and everything in between! Featuring: Dana Aber Jennifer Apple Li

Dana rejoins The Paparazzi new musical

After a workshop production this January, Dana has been upgraded to a supporting lead role in the upcoming musical workshop for The Paparrazzi this Sunday and Monday! Algonquin Theater Productions presents the reading of an original musical by Al Tapper and Tony Sportiello, ripped from today's headlines. The Paparazzi highlights the men and women who sacrifice their blood, their sweat and their dignity in an effort to get the raciest, steamiest, most provocative pictures and stories involving celebrities, regardless of the truth. The readings will be held at 305 West 38th Street, Ripley Grier Studio Theaters. The reading on the 11th is at 6pm and the reading on the 12th is at 1pm. Click here

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