"In the world of cabaret divas and divos, KT and Mark are
the reigning Queen and King. The contrasting style of these two
stylish individuals is amazing in how well it works. Mark is the
quintessential funnyman; Sid Caesar, Danny Kaye and Victor Borge
all rolled into one. He'll have you laughing at one moment and then
in tears the next. KT possesses a most elegant and quiet beauty
(both vocally and physically), and yet she can be more sensually
sexual than Sophie Tucker, Mae West and Marilyn Monroe ever
"The sweet, lush voice of KT Sullivan and the comedy & piano virtuosity of the very talented Mark Nadler make Time After Time a romantic and nostalgic journey through the works of some of the greatest American composers of the last century. Done in two acts, the evening is thoroughly entertaining and a must-see for lovers of great love songs, great music and great fun."
Award winning cabaret artists, KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler have teamed up once again in order to create an exuberant and stylish celebration of the American Songbook. Their show, TIME AFTER TIME is a sophisticated collage of the very best songs from the greatest American composers and lyricists - George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, Irving Berlin, and Richard Rodgers, to name a few.
A dynamic duo at the top of their form, Nadler and Sullivan have
won high praise:
"…they deliver songs both famous and obscure, in a delirious whoosh of lubricious exuberance." (The New York Times); "It's a wonderful evening of great music and revelations into the force behind some of the greatest music ever created." (The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin).
KT Sullivan and Nadler have created and performed several shows including Make Someone Happy …In The Words Of Comden and Green, A Fine Romance: A Dorothy Fields Songbook, Everything's Coming Up Roses: The Music Of Jule Styne, Sweet and Lowdown and The Love Story Of Irving Berlin, for which they received the Nightlife Award and the MAC Award, both for Outstanding Revue.
"As this power couple shows, Porter's words and music remain not only sultry and erotic, but happy, sad, funny and saturated with absolutely every emotion of which the human heart is capable." The Wall Street Journal