Mon, Apr 25|
Super Secret Arts
Bleak! Songs for the Not Quite End of the World
Time & Location
Apr 25, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Super Secret Arts, 400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215, USA
Cabaret duo John Coons and Matt Aument invite you to escape the barren hellscape of your life and join them in a jazzier, more-glitter-filled apocalyptic wasteland. Things are just as bleak in here, but we’ve got high notes and production values! A mix of original songs and clever covers, you’ll forget all your worries… and then replace them with new, more distressing ones!
MATT AUMENT is a music director and orchestrator. In cabaret settings, he frequently performs with Molly Pope (… a Gay Man & a Piano, Polly Mope) and Seth Sikes. Theatrically, Matt’s credits include music directing the Barrow Street production of Sweeney Todd, orchestrations for We Are The Tigers off-Broadway, and new arrangements for the Broadway revival of Gigi.
JOHN COONS has performed with the Seattle Opera, Seattle Symphony, Boston Symphony POPS, Pittsburgh Symphony, and has sung the National Anthem for the Boston Red Sox. He's shared the stage with popular artists Ben Folds, Foreigner, and Amanda Palmer, toured his original one-man musical cross-country, and been adored by preschoolers everywhere as “Dr. Theremin'' on WNET’s Let’s Learn. In NYC, John has performed at Joe's Pub, the Duplex, Don't Tell Mama, Club Cumming, and made his Broadway stage debut singing in the memorial of Jerry Herman. Other highlights include singing in a Salmon Opera, playing both Jesus and one-half of Hitler in the same season, and Shane Stant (the guy who took out Nancy Kerrigan's knee) in Tonya and Nancy: The Rock Opera.
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