Besides five albums of original material and one of Doris Day covers, and numerous contributions to soundtracks, parts in movies and Broadway, she has conceived and performed conceptual cabaret shows as diverse as Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring,” “I Want to Live!”, to her most recent one about the jazz pianist, Billy Tipton.
Achieving a delicate balance between ’60s reverence and a sly modern wink, she blurs the eras that play to her strength. A part from the music, Nellie is a vocal advocate for feminism, civil rights and other deeply felt progressive ideals.
Thursday, October 5th @ 8pm. Doors open at 7pm.
FREE PARKING. BYOB. FULLY ACCESSIBLE.
$25 Advance | $27 Day of Show