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Nov 18, 2011

VIDEO highlights from our show!


Friends, I'm delighted to share with you video highlights from Noah's Very Unusual Insight, the cabaret show Michael wrote and which we performed last month at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre in NYC.

Plus, great news: we'll be performing again on January 27 & 28th!  We'd love to have you join us for a very healing and hilarious evening, and I may even wear a different oufit!

For more information or to make a reservation, click here.

Enjoy!

36 comments:

  1. Not fair! I live in the middle of nowhere and can only dream of visiting the NYC garment district and all the beautiful fabric and trims, and now I'm missing this! Just. Not. Fair!

    The energy, the music, the humor........just scrumptious!

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  2. That video was much too short, but I loved every moment.

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  3. I'm with Doreen! I really enjoyed the video, both of you have quite a talent there; would love to see the whole thing! Really Great!!

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  4. Wow! Peter that video was fantastic! Holy smokes you two are great performers, I loved the singing. I think you should have the next performance filmed, then sell the dvds to folks like me who are unable to travel to New York city to see the show live.

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  5. Excellent! Great taste in the accompaniment, too. (See my avatar . . .)

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  6. Let me see - double checks bank account and any loose money - won't do. Flying from NL to the states is just a bit too much for one show.

    But I _did_ get tempted!

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  7. I'm with Doreen, too!

    You guys just made Ohio feel detached, uncultured, and devoid real living.

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  8. The music is wonderful! You two are just so great. I think Dr. Gallo has the perfect professional look.

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  9. Men of many talents. Loved your performance! Bravo, Peter & Michael!!

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  10. oh my gosh, you guys are awesome!!!!!! I'm on the West coast, much tooo far away from you, would love to come and visit. Bravo, Bravo, Brava!!!!!

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  11. In a second view-over (yes really) noticed this one:
    'Am I right?' Small pause and then hardly audible 'Of course' - hilarious.

    The pause does it, your timing is spot on perfect all through the scenes.

    Has the hand puppet recovered yet, btw?

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  12. Sadly, Jan-Theo, the poor pig puppet is now breakfast sausages.

    Thanks, guys!

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  13. Delightful. Loved seeing you both as performers with so much talent.

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  14. I really don't think I can begin to tell you how much I enjoyed the video. New York in January sounds like such a wonderful plan....it's just east of here and little north, right? Everyone that was part of this production should be very proud (and rich) of this show.Hugs all around.
    Karen in Milwaukee

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  15. --added on edit: turns out New York is actually south of here. The plan improves.

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  16. OMG, I had a 'gut' feeling already. It seemed to land right on the piano's strings.

    But, ok, saucages are nice too...

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  17. Awesome work guys! I wish I could come!!

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  18. Wonderful! I'm really impressed. Will try to make it for January!

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  19. That was fabulous. I so wish I could see the entire show in January.
    You guys truly are talented.

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  20. Too. Much. Fun!!!!! :D Enjoyed every moment of the video. If I lived anywhere near NY, I would SO be there!

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  21. Oh, Peter....I was entranced....

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  22. Bravo, bravissimo, bring on the world tour

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  23. I loved watching this! Very entertaining. You are both very talented and I wish I could see the whole show in NYC, but, alas, I live a couple of 1000 miles away. Sigh.

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  24. What can I say - LOVE IT! Wish I could come see it! You're great!
    Heather

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  25. Is the esteemed doctor wearing Cathy's TED dress?!

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  26. Yes, indeed, that's "The Elaine Dress" -- Simplicity 6672!

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  27. I so wanted the puppet to be the famous parrot.

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