sherierenescott

Piece of Meat

June 17 – 29, 2013

Cover charge: $25 – $70
Food & Beverage Minimum: $25 – $30

Mon, June 17 7:00 pm Doors 5:30pm Buy Tickets
Wed, June 19 7:00pm Doors 5:00pm Buy Tickets
Thur, June 20 7:00pm Doors 5:00pm Buy Tickets
Fri, June 21 8:00pm Doors 5:30pm Buy Tickets
Sat, June 22 8:00pm Doors 5:30pm Buy Tickets
Mon, June 24 7:00 pm Doors 5:30pm Buy Tickets
Wed, June 26 7:00pm Doors 5:00pm Buy Tickets
Thur, June 27 7:00pm Doors 5:00pm Buy Tickets
Fri, June 28 8:00pm Doors 5:30pm Buy Tickets
Fri, June 28 11:00pm Doors 10:00pm Buy Tickets
Sat, June 29 8:00pm Doors 5:30pm Buy Tickets
Sat, June 29 11:00pm Doors 10:00pm Buy Tickets

 
*Tickets on the day of performance after 4:00 are only available by calling 646.476.3551.
 

Sherie’s back, front and center, for a limited two-week run of the highly-anticipated return engagement of her acclaimed show, Piece Of Meat. The New York Times raved, “I want to see it again and again!” It was called “One of the year’s very best” by Time Out New York and praised for its “passion, wit and sincerity” by The Village Voice. Piece of Meat is an exhilarating show about human desires – carnal, culinary and otherwise – and Ms. Scott explores her singular storytelling and musical abilities with songs by Joni Mitchell, Paul McCartney, Talking Heads, Pete Townshend, Annie Lennox, Dire Straights, Buddy Holly, Kate Bush and Noah & The Whale, as well as original compositions by Music Director Todd Almond. The show features Musical Staging by Michele Lynch and Direction by Lear Debessonett. A multiple Tony Award loser/Obie and Lortel Award winner, Ms Scott’s work off and on Broadway covers an array of well-loved productions including her own Everyday Rapture (co-written with Dick Scanlan), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, The Little Mermaid, Landscape of the Body, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Aida, Rent & The Who’s Tommy. With Kurt Deutsch, she co-founded Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records, receiving Grammy Awards and nominations, plus a 2006 Drama Desk Award for dedication to the preservation of musical theatre through cast recordings. www.sherierenescott.com