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Coaches' Corner Cabaret Series with guest Sally Darling

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Next up in my Cabaret Performers Series is Sally Darling.  Sally Darling's background in theater and related areas is rich and varied:  actress, director, coach, narrator, cabaret performer.  Her first professional role as an actress was 'Anna' in "The King and I" with Leonard Graves.  (As Yul Brynner’s understudy, Graves played the King over a thousand times on Broadway.)  She has since performed with Barry Manilow, James MacArthur, David Carradine, Katharine Houghton, Sarah Rice, Hal Linden......  She has staged operas, narrated with symphony orchestras, and directed everything from Thurber to Shakespeare.  In the 70s she created and staged three revues of the music of Noël Coward and Cole Porter, then created a fourth for the Theater Guild which she tailored for Patricia Morrison, Larry Kert, Dick Shawn and Tony Tanner.   As a narrator for The Talking Book program of The Library of Congress and for Recorded Books, Sally has over 250 fiction and non-fiction books on tape, including "To Kill a Mockingbird" for Recorded Books, for which she was chosen over more than 100 applicants.  She has won awards for her compelling voice and her unmatched interpretive skills.

Sally returns to Don't Tell Mama with “Perspectives”, the latest in her acclaimed signature series of themed programs.  She will be accompanied as usual by her Musical Director, the extraordinary Matthew Martin Ward.  The series began with "Choices", then it examined "The Way We Are" before exploring "Matters of the Heart".  In "Perspectives" she invites us through songs and text to be aware of how we see things, how each of us has a particular, individual point of view which determines what we receive.

Learn more about Sally at www.sallydarling.net

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