The show was entitled, "Zani's Furry Friends", a fundraiser , for this non-profit organization committed to rescuing companion animals from NYC's shelters. It was an evening of a slew of singers and instrumentalists that included Broadway star Sarah Rice (who didn't sing enough, as far as I'm concerned).
"Love Makes The World Go Round" was the opening number for the entire cast. We then met the two co-hosts, singer/actress Dana Lorge and Sydney Myer, who is the booking manager for the club Don't Tell Mama.
So here's how it went. Dana introduced Richard Skipper, known for his portrayal of Carol Channing. Dana sang, "I am Your Friend", quite a funny song. Sydney sang, "Look For the Bare Necessities". Up came Len Cariou (who you are presently seeing playing Tom Selleck's father on Blue Bloods) singing, "Clang, Clang, Clang Goes the Trolley". Edd Clark, co-founder of the New Opera Group in NYC, got in a little ditty called, "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas". Sue Matsuki followed with a very funny song entitled, "The Pretty Little Dolly". She is teamed up with Edd for a Christmas show. More performers.
Steve, "the whistler" Herst whistled out, "Bring Me Home" and it was superb. Jonathan Russell then performed solo on his violin. Out came Emily Buttner, Celia Burke and Sarah Rice with "Sing For Your Supper" dedicated to birds. Steve Saari, another fabulous pianist performed classical variations of the song, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic". Final number was "I Happen to Like New York" sung by Celia Burke.
We have Dana Lorge, Steve Herbst, and Bobbie Horowitz as guests.
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