Lianne Marie Dobbs: Why CAN’T a Woman…?
November 16, 2022
“A spectacular intriguing evening created by a performer who is completely captivating on every level.” – BroadwayWorld
An evening of classic Broadway leading men’s songs and sassy standards, served up with a twist of SHE. Join NY actor and 54 Below audience favorite, Lianne Marie Dobbs, as she raises a glass to the musical strength and lyrical beauty of women through big Broadway songs and sassy standards – many originally intended for the male voice – including “Something’s Coming,” “How to Handle a Woman,” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face,” bookended by humorous and thoughtful insights from celebrated feminists.
Powerfully music directed & arranged by Ron Abel
Featuring Kendra Jo Brook (Ramblin’ Rose) on Violin, Amanda Morrill (St. George Jazz Festival) on Percussion, and Luke Darnell (The Other Josh Cohen) on Bass
Guest vocals and choreography by Luis Villabon (A Chorus Line)
“when she sings, brilliance is in the air….” – SF Weekly
Lianne is lauded as one of the “Best Vocalists of the Decade” by BroadwayWorld (Dec 2020), and ”saucy and sunny” according to Variety. Her debut album Everything Old is New Again is on Shout! Broadway records, and reached the ‘Top Ten Vocal Albums of the Year’ list in multiple publications. She is a genuine feminist from San Fran with a penchant for used bookstores and a love for songs from the Golden Era. Major acting credits include Les Misérables, Always… Patsy Cline, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Million Dollar Quartet, “The Gilded Age” (season 2), “Law & Order,” and “The Equalizer.”
Photo: Nathan West
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She is a STAR!