Society Cabaret goes to NYC
The Society Cabaret Writers Lab is taking our show to New York City, and we want to take all of you with us. The trip is Nov 5 - 8, 2020. So elect a President on Tuesday then come to NYC on Thursday. It's your patriotic duty! Here's what's on the schedule.
Music Man, starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster. [Thu 11/5] Our extravaganza begins on Thursday Night when we will be seeing the most anticipated revival ever. Get yourself to Times Square any way you can. We'll meet for drinks to pick a little talk a little before the show then go to see Hugh and Sutton.
Friday Free Time. [Fri 11/6] Go see the Statue of Liberty, or take a trip to Ellis Island. Do the Big Bus Tour around the city, or join US on a city hike up through Central Park, or perhaps through the Highline. Maybe do the Radio City tour. The choice is yours.
Dinner at The Theater Buffet. [Fri 11/6] What show was it that said "Life's a banquet and most suckers are starving to death!" After all that running around we'll need to belly up to the buffet. Eat up cuz we are about to see our show.
Tunes of the City, A San Francisco Song Cycle. [Fri 11/6] Our show will be opening on Friday night and we will be there. Watch NYC talent as they take our numbers to the next level.
Opening Night Party at Sardis. [Fri 11/6] After our show, join us at Sardis, because you always have your opening night party at Sardis right? Don't you just love to say "Meet me at Sardis?"
Saturday Matinee Broadway Show. [Sat 11/7] We will be choosing another buzz worthy Broadway show for our Saturday Matinee once we see what is hot and what is not. Maybe Moulin Rouge? Maybe Six? Those are getting big buzz right now. Might be something that hasn't opened yet.
Dinner at Bond 45. [Sat 11/7] Saturday Night will find us feasting on the delicacies offered at one of Broadway's most iconic eating establishments.
Saturday Evening Cabaret. [Sat 11/7] That evening we will be choosing a top notch cabaret experience. We have to wait until the fall to see what will be happening at Birdland, or Cafe Carlyle or 54 Below et al, and make our decision then.
Broadway Boozy Brunch. [Sun 11/8] We will wrap up our trip with a Sunday Lunch on a high note at Don't Tell Mamas. If you've never done this event before, you are in for a real treat.
$2300 per person double occupancy ($2700 single occupancy, payments below will be a bit higher for single occupancy)
Mar 30 - $300 deposit due - (fully refundable)
May 30 - $600 1st payment due - (still fully refundable)
Jul 30 - $700 2nd payment due - (50% of collected funds refundable)
Sep 15 - $700 final payment due- (100% of collected funds not refundable)
Included are all your show tickets (4 shows, 2 are Broadway Shows, 2 are Cabaret Shows), dinner Friday and Saturday evenings at the iconic times square restaurants, hotel stay at the Riu Plaza Hotel in the theatre district for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, breakfast each morning, and the boozy brunch to close our weekend on Sunday.
Not included are airfare, ground transportation, lunches, snacks and cocktails.
YOU have a STAKE in the SHOW
Your cost for the trip includes a $500 investment in the show, so YOU own a piece of this NYC engagement of Tunes of the City. No we aren't filing with the SCC and we aren't drawing up papers of prospectus - this is a handshake agreement - but if the show does well for this NYC engagement, YOU will get a piece of it. As an investor you will be informed of the show's progress each step of the way via the investors monthly update. YOU are a Producer!
FOLLOW THIS LINK to 'buy' your deposit and join us in The Big Apple!