LAMB'S CABARET  

SONGS WE LOVE  

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 6:30PM

 

Our popular Cabaret evening is back again. A dozen of San Diego's best singers in a delightful evening of great American Standards, Love Songs & Broadway hits!

 

LAMB'S PLAYERS THEATRE

1142 Orange Ave, Coronado

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caitie Grady
Singer
Caitie has been in over 30 Lamb's productions since 2010! LPT favorites include Silent Sky, Equivocation, Twelfth Night, Fiddler on the Roof, American Rhythm, Quilters, Wit, Big Fish, Oz, Les Miserables, Mixtape, The Book of the Dun Cow, The Glory Man, and "100 Hours of Stories", the play reading marathon that won Lamb's Players Theatre a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. Recently, Caitie appeared as Tzeitel alongside Danny Burstein and Susan Egan in "To Life! Bock and Harnick on Broadway" with the San Diego Symphony, under the baton of Rob Fisher. Caitie has also appeared at Cygnet Theatre as Rose in Dogfight, and has participated in Cygnet's staged readings of Hair, Side by Side by Sondheim, and Evita. Caitie received her BFA from The Boston Conservatory and is a proud member of Actors Equity. All my love to Charlie!

G. Scott Lacy
Pianist/Singer
G. Scott Lacy is thrilled to return home to Lamb’s Players Theatre. With LPT: Les Miserables (Craig Noel Award) Fiddler On The Roof (Craig Noel Nomination) An American Christmas, Festival of Christmas, Godspell, Quilters, Joseph...Dreamcoat, American Rhythm, Boomers, Amadeus, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Into The Woods, The Secret Garden, Hello, Dolly!, The Music Man, and The Light In The Piazza. Mr. Lacy has musical directed 165 productions in his award winning career, 11 recordings, 40 cabaret shows that have toured nationally and internationally, and is the creator and founding partner of SOCIETY CABARET at the Hotel Rex in San Francisco. www.societycabaret.com

Kerry Meads
Singer
Kerry wears many hats as actor, director, and playwright. She is the director of Lamb’s Educational Outreach. On staff at Lamb's since 1976, she now serves as Lamb’s Associate Artistic Director. As resident playwright, her work includes Boomers, American Rhythm, Dracula, My Asparagus Is Growing Fine and LPT’s annual Festival of Christmas. Her directing credits include MIXTAPE, Guys & Dolls, Trying, An Ideal Husband, Pretty Fire, Thunder At Dawn, Private Lives, The Boys Next Door, Amadeus, Beau Jest, The Foreigner and You Can’t Take It With You. As a performer she has been seen in such productions as The Great Divorce; Quilters; Tartuffe; Godspell; She Loves Me; A Woman of No Importance; You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Till We Have Faces; Pump Boys and Dinettes; Into The Woods; Hello, Dolly!; Boomers, The Hit, Leaving Iowa, Harvey , The Music Man and See How They Run and Dinner with Marlene.

Christopher M. Nelson
Singer
Pleasure to return to Lamb's, last seen in Fiddler on the Roof. San Francisco: Hillbarn Theatre, Curtains, Thumbprint Theatre: Fabuloso; Thrillpeddler’s: Marat/Sade; Berkeley Rep: How to Write a New Book for the Bible; NCTC: Waiting for Giovanni, Boys Will Be Boys, Dames at Sea, Friends Are Forever; Theatre Rhino: A Necessary Evil, Falsettos; 42nd Street Moon: Ben Franklin in Paris, The Student Gypsy. San Diego: La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla Stage Co., Lamb’s Players Theatre, Balboa Theatre Co., Diversionary Theatre in The Secret Garden, Dracula, the Musical, Into the Woods, Oklahoma!, Godspell, Closer Than Ever, and others. Proud member: Dramatist Guild of America, Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco, Theatre Bay Area.

Leonard Patton
Singer
Leonard Patton has worked as a professional singer, musician, actor and composer in San Diego for many years and has been a familiar face in many Lamb’s Players Theatre productions including San Diego’s longest running original musical MIXTAPE, Hello Dolly, Godspell, Boomers, Festival of Christmas and Pump Boys and Dinettes. Leonard holds the first Master's Degree in Jazz Studies from SDSU as a vocalist. Leonard was also listed by San Diego critic, George Varga, as one of the "Three Faces to Watch in Pop & Jazz in 2014." Leonard’s highly anticipated new jazz project, “A Beautiful Day,” was released last year and features a stellar New York City rhythm section, including Grammy Award-winning drummer, Antonio Sanchez who composed the music for the movie, Birdman. Leonard also enjoys being a worship leader, a producer, a songwriter, a teacher, an avid sports fan, a husband and a father of three.

Brandon Sherman
Singer
Baritone Brandon Sherman started his musical career at a young age, appearing on the theatre stage as Colin from “The Secret Garden.” Mr. Sherman's credits include the roles of Valjean in "Les Miserables," Tom Collins in RENT!, Pooh-Bah in Gilbert & Sullivan’s operetta “The Mikado,” as well as numerous others throughout Southern California. Mr. Sherman has been a contracted member of the San Diego Opera Chorus since age 19 and has performed in Carnegie Hall under John Rutter’s baton, as well as internationally in Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and Lichtenstein. An accomplished pedagogue, Mr. Sherman graduated with a Bachelors in Applied Arts and Science in Voice and has taught private voice for six years as a recognized Associate NATS (National Association of Teacher of Singing) member. As a passionate educator, he is also the Director of Musical Theatre for the Poway School District in an after-school enrichment program, KidzTyme and President of Star Repertory Theatre in Escondido. Mr. Sherman is honored to continue as an Associate Artist with LPT.

Joy Yandell Hricko
Singer
Lamb's appearances include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator) the original cast of MiXtape, for which she was awarded the San Diego Critics Circle award for her performance as Allison, Festival of Christmas – Christmas Stars and Catch a Falling Star, , An American Christmas, as well as regular appearances with the Lamb's Sunday Night Cabaret series and as a vocalist on the BEST of Festival Christmas CD. Regional credits include the Original Cast of Jersey Boys and Frank Wildhorn's Dracula, the Musical at the La Jolla Playhouse; Sally Bowles in Cabaret with Cygnet Theatre; Beehive, the 60's Musical with Miracle Theatre Productions (Patté Award); Annie Get Your Gun with Welk Resort Theatre (San Diego Playbill Award); I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Welk Resort, Candlelight Pavilion, Starlight); Man of La Mancha, (North Coast Rep.) Other favorites include Dancing at Lughnasa, Pippin, The Miracle Worker, The Servants Ring, Brilliant Traces and Once Upon a Mattress. Maga, Michael, Waverly, Charlton and my angel in Heaven, Daddy…you are my music. Revelation 21:4-5

Bryan Barbarin
Singer
Bryan's credits at Lamb’s include OZ, You Can't Take It With You, WIT, Around the World in 80 Days, The Music Man, The Book of the Dun Cow, The Glory Man, Harvey, An American Christmas, Godspell, The Fantasticks, Hello, Dolly! Regional: Parade (Jim Conley), Man of La Mancha (Sancho), The Threepenny Opera (Crooked Finger Jake), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Judah), Sideshow (Jake), and Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey 2). Bryan now works full time as lead singer of The Routine, a Rock N' Roll band based in San Diego. You can find them at www.Theroutineband.com.

Megan Carmitchel
Singer
Megan has been seen previously at Lamb's as Dorothy in Oz!, as well as in You Can't Take it a With You, Quilters, and Fiddler on the Roof. Other recent credits include: The Last Goodbye and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (The Old Globe), Weatherman (reading; La Jolla Playhouse), The Who's Tommy (San Diego Repertory Theatre), A New Brain and Pippin (Diversionary Theatre), South Pacific and Stepping Out (Welk Resort Theatre). Megan also music directs at LEGOLAND, CA. She attended San Francisco State University where she studied vocal performance and acting.

James Royce Edwards
Singer
Most recently appearing for Lamb's as the Scarecrow in OZ and Jake in the new Mixtape, James just helped create and star in the off-Broadway hit That Bachelorette Show as "Nicky Fangs", The British Rock Star. A San Diego Native, James’ Broadway and National Tour credits include, Mamma Mia, Hairspray, All Shook Up, Pippin, and The Grinch. Other Off-Broadway: Altar Boyz, Matthew Passion, and Wanda’s World. James starred as Tarzan in the Regional Premier of Disney’s Tarzan, and Prince Eric in the regional premiere of Disney’s The Little Mermaid at Tuacahn Center for the Arts. Regional favorites include Deaf West Theatre’s Pippin, Pinocchio and Cyrano and leading roles in Footloose, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Bye Bye Birdie, Forever Plaid, Grease, Les Misérables, and Rocky Horror Picture Show. James appears across the country as the Superhero Sportacus from the hit children’s TV show LazyTown.

Deborah Gilmour Smyth
Singer
Associate Artistic Director and director of Patron Services, Deborah has been a member of the Lamb’s resident ensemble since 1979 . Originally from the East Coast, she has lived all over the United States and went to school at San Francisco State University where she studied music and theatre. One of San Diego’s most active performers with over 200 productions to her credit, she is a seven-time recipient of the San Diego Theatre Critics’ Circle’s Craig Noel Award including Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play for Martha in Intrepid Theatre Company's Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf, Vivian Bearing in Lamb’s production of Wit and Outstanding Female Performance in a Musical for her performance as Mother in Ragtime at Starlight Musical Theatre, for her role of Margaret Johnson in The Light in the Piazza at Lamb’s Players, and for her role of Mrs. Lovett at Cygnet Theatre. She has been honored with Backstage West and numerous Patte awards for performance, original music, sound design. At Lamb’s Players Deborah has performed in over 160 productions, directed over 70 productions, sound designed, written original music, or musically directed over 80 productions. Deborah enjoys the opportunity to be involved in an amazing ensemble that is the Lamb’s Players family. Deborah and her husband, Producing Artistic Director Robert Smyth, make their home in Coronado.


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Lamb's Box Office (619) 437-6000
Phone Hours:
Tue - Sat, Noon to 7pm / Sun, Noon to 2
The Horton Grand Box Office opens at 5pm Wed - Sat, opens Sun at 2pm

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Seniors (65+) and Groups of 10+ – $5 off
For group discounts for more than 10 people please contact Susan Andrews (619) 437-6050 x126