Mark Nadler (c) with Patty Riffkin, Myra Segal, Mark, Alice Kachvalian and Dane Kolibaba of the audience members at the afterparty. I should say fans, because like me they were blown away by his performance, and masterful story telling which transported us back to a period in Germany between the two World Wars, where life was grand, and musical.
Seraphina Ferraro and Julius Ferraro- the brother and sister tell me they loved Mark Nadler’s production. “It shed light on the bohemian era lifestyle of the time that we don’t normally hear about.
Diana Pavel, Santo DiCondina and Marsy Binder enjoyed the production, which took Mark nearly 4 years to write. Not only was it entertaining, but it was educational as well.
James Duggan and Thom Cardwell. “The ending was a big surprise, on the level of “The Crying Game”, but we’re sworn to secrecy.
Larry Cohen and Barry Gutin of Brulee Catering.
Delicious food, with a great presentation
Jan DeMarzo and Dorothy Wilson – Love it, and would see it again. (Which she can as it runs til April 12.)
Karen Lotman, Producer (President at Karen Lotman Productions), Mark Nadler and David Schweizer, Director
Rosie Langabeer, Mike Toub and Vena Johnson.
The gals are both in the production. Mike enjoyed it, he loves cabaret, especially a well acted, well sung production. Go see Mark Nadler at the Prince Music Theater.
You won’t be disappointed.