**LONDON FESTIVAL OF CABARET**
"She's the top, she's Napoleon brandy, she's the cure for
what ails you. Troubles fly away when KT Sullivan performs. Too bad
there's not enough of her to go around." New York
"Ms. Sullivan's natural ebullience and perfect comic timing transport you to a blissful plateau." New York Times
KT Sullivan returns to The Crazy Coqs after her sell-out performances last year, as part of the LONDON FESTIVAL OF CABARET.
In RHYME, WOMEN AND SONG all the songs are written in whole or in part by women. Sullivan takes her audience on an encompassing journey through the wisdom and ingenuity of lady poets with a dazzling array of 29 songs including those by Dorothy Fields, Carolyn Leigh, Kay Swift, Betty Comden, Dorothy Parker, Marilyn Bergman, Carol King and Joni Mitchell, changing in style and mood from song to song.
KT Sullivan is one of America's top cabaret performers and her shimmering soprano voice and interpretive skills make her one of the hardest working and most in demand singers in cabaret, often performing at New York's major jazz and cabaret rooms. She has also headlined at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall and Lincoln Centre and has performed internationally in Europe and Australia. Her Broadway credits include The Three Penny Opera with Sting and the play Broadway directed by George Abbot.
Liza Minnelli presented KT with the Manhattan Association of Cabaret's Outstanding Female Vocalist Award. She has also received the Mabel Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Mabel Mercer Foundation and last year became their Artistic Director.
Jed Distler accompanies KT Sullivan on piano.