Does anyone have $100-300 that they’d like to give me for the sole purpose of having me produce the world’s greatest hatewatching review of a live musical performance? If so, please contact me, because this is a once in a lifetime opportunity for me to finally earn the title of Player Hater of the Year at the Player Haters’ Ball.
Anne Hathaway will be singing the songs of Kander and Ebb’s wartime Berlin musical, Cabaret, live in concert on October 24th at Joe’s Pub.
It’s the perfect hatewatching storm: Anne Hathaway + Broadway musical + live. And they named the thing “Perfectly Marvelous.” C’mon! They are simply asking for it!
Ok, sure the show is a benefit for the Public Theater’s new space — which indeed is a worthy cause — but we all know how this is going to go down. Lots of fake self-concious mugging and *serious* acting/singing moments.
Maybe she’ll bring out her friend James Franco:
Or maybe she’ll “apply the truth” of Sally Bowles, she’ll become a self-absorbed, completely oblivious performer … oh wait…
The Songs of CABARET with Anne Hathaway and Friends
Wednesday, October 24 at 7 p.m. at Joe’s Pub at The Public
An evening to Celebrate and Support Revitalization of Public Theater’s Downtown Home at Astor Place
For one night only , Academy Award nominee Anne Hathaway will take to the stage at Joe’s Pub for an intimate, unforgettable celebration of the score of Cabaret, beloved as both a smash Broadway musical and Oscar-winning movie. Joined by special guests from stage and screen, Anne will host and perform a concert version of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s incredible songs, including “Willkommen,” “Cabaret,” “Maybe This Time,” and of course, “Perfectly Marvelous.” The evening will feature direction by Ted Sperling and musical direction by Mary-Mitchell Campbell. So come to the Cabaret!
A limited number of tickets are available for Members by calling your Member Hotline at 212-539-8650. Tickets are $300 ($100 for obstructed view seats). Dinner and drink service from the new Joe’s Pub Partners featuring eclectic, New York-influenced fare from Chef Andrew Carmellini is included in the ticket price.