Mark Nadler: Tschaikowsky (and other Russians)


Mark Nadler: Tschaikowsky (and other Russians)

“An immensely talented latter day Al Jolson ….Mr. Show Business!” –Stephen Holden, New York Times

“What Nadler demonstrates is that great cabaret is really theater, stimulating and exhilarating, outrageous and hilarious.”– Howard Kissel, Daily News

Mark Nadler is an exuberant singer and pianist. In his one-man show, "Tschaikowsky (and Other Russians), Nadler bursts onto the stage and launches into this song listing 48 Russian composers at high speed. The show includes musical fragments, songs and sketches, including songs from Rogers and Hart, Kurt Weill and a moving, yet funny, rendition of Ugly Duckling (originally sung by Danny Kaye). At one point he brilliantly accompanies himself tap dancing at the piano - not an easy feat!

Mark is bursting with charisma and energy with a commanding stage presence that will remind you of many performers like Liberace, Gene Wilder and Eric Idle. Cabaret doesn't get better than this.