After a very fulfilling 35 year career as a Reform rabbi in congregations in NY, Maryland and the
Berkshires, Deborah Zecher has embraced the next chapter of her life as a cabaret singer,
having presented her NY debut show, ON PURPOSE in 2018. She travels around the country
to synagogues and other Jewish organizations as an artist in-residence with her Jewish themed
cabaret shows including Broadway Bible, a show that connects familiar show tunes
with beloved Bible stories.
Lynda Rodolitz has worked as a video artist, a stand-up comic and an actress. She was a
2017 MAC Award nominee for Musical Comedy Performance for her show “Lynda Rodolitz is
Off Her Rocker” and she is the 2018 winner of Mama’s Next BIG Act, a singing competition
sponsored by Don’t Tell Mama, the renowned cabaret venue. Her new show, “Animal
Magnetism,” will return to Don’t Tell Mama in the Fall after an initial run this past February.
After a 30 year career in Advertising/Creative, Ms Blumfield returned to the stage 6 years ago
with her debut show, VERGE, at Don’t Tell Mamas. Followed a few years later with her second
solo show, CALL ME H. Most recently she won a 2018 Broadway World Award for her show
TIGHT PANTS AND TEARS OF JOY, MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH Tom Jones AND Neil Diamond.
The show was performed at The Laurie Beechman Theater to sold out audiences. “Ms
Blumfield has a lot to say… listen to her voice-the one with which she sings and the other one
that has been guiding her all along” –Front Row Center
Over the past several decades, Peggy Schwartz taught music and theatre to normal and deaf
children, was a co-founder of a small non-profit film and video production company and did
industrial voiceovers. She has been a part of the New York City cabaret community for 5 years.
After being part of a numerous group shows, she is now preparing for her debut solo show
sometime later this year.
Join Us for an evening of Entertainment!
- Saturday, April 6, 2019 : 8pm
- Jamesort Meeting House
- 1590 Main Road, Jamesport
Directed by Lennie Watts | Musical Director: Bobby Peaco
Tickets are available at the door on the evening of the show. Tickets:$20.00