An Evening with Actress / Singer CARMAN NAPIER LITTLE FISH, BIG APPLE

Stage 72 at The Triad in NYC

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with Special Guest Stage & Screen Star: Anita Gillette

Monday, February 23 @ 9:00 pm

www.stage72.com

http://carman.mixform.com

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Actress & singer Carman Napier will make her New York City solo show debut in Little Fish, Big Apple. Carman first appeared in New York in Songs For A New World and recently garnered acclaim for her portrayal of Diana in Next To Normal at The Gallery Players. This evening of musical theater and pop songs will also feature stage and screen star Anita Gillette (Chapter Two, Cabaret, Moonstruck, 30 Rock) and the talents of Noah Ricketts (Beautiful:The Carol King Musical) and Samantha Cutler (Billy Elliot: The Musical). Little Fish, Big Apple will be performed at Stage 72 at The Triad on Monday, February 23rd at 9 pm. Doors at 8:30 pm.

Conceived by Carman Napier and Artistc Consultant Michael Bello (Asst. Director; Doctor Zhivago), Little Fish, Big Apple tells the story of the challenges an artist faces when chasing their dreams in New York City. The show also offers audiences the opportunity to experience the talents of singer Carman Napier as she delivers songs that are close to her heart.

Little Fish, Big Apple tickets are $10.00. Tickets can be purchased online at www.stage72.com or at the Triad the night of the show. The Triad is located at 158 West 72nd Street in New York City (between Broadway & Columbus Ave.) A percentage of the proceeds will go to the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation- www.Bbrfoundation.org

Carman Napier – Off Off Broadway: The Secret Theatre; Hair, The Gallery Players; Next To Normal, BOMP at The Tank; Songs For A New World. Regional: Reagle Music Theatre; Bye Bye Birdie, The Palace Theatre; The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Mac-Haydn Theatre; Jekyll and Hyde, Grease, Annie, Carousel, SWING!, The King and I, Metro Stage Company; Victor/Victoria, and StageOne Family Theater; The House On Pooh Corner.

Anita Gillette has been an Actor for over fifty years covering movies, television and most notably on Broadway. She received the TONY Award nomination for Best Actress and LA Critics Award for her work in Neil Simon’s Chapter Two and a nod from the Lortel Awards for The Big Meal. Legendary roles in films Moonstruck with Cher, Shall We Dance with Jennifer Lopez and Richard Gere, Boys on the Side with Whoopi Goldberg and Drew Barrymore. Most recently Ms. Gillette has been seen on television sitcoms 30 Rock as Tina Faye’s Mother and Modern Family. She continues to be recurring on Blue Bloods and Law & Order SVU. During the golden age of television game shows Ms. Gillette was a celebrity regular on Pyramid, Password, and The Match Game to name a few.

Stage 72 @ The Triad
158 West 72nd Street
(between Broadway & Columbus Avenue)
New York, NY 10023

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