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Full-Length Musical, Comedy
Book, Music & Lyrics by Dan Goggin
"A terrific evening of laughs and song...this 'class' was a total success." - Kevin T. Baldwin, Worcester Telegram & Gazette
"Yet another Nunsense hit, a truly entertaining musical comedy event." - Joanne G. Rochman, Connecticut Critics Circle
"[A] one-woman song feast!" - Bonnie Goldberg, Middletown Press
"Fully satisfying...This fun-filled evening was raucously approved by the audience" - Charles Jarrett, ForAllEvents
SRA's Cabaret Class 1
SRA's Cabaret Class 2
1. Welcome, Bienvenue!2. Ode To Joy3. Ethel3a. Julie3b. Elvis4. I’ll Find A Song To Sing5. Oh, Susanna6. Napkins6b. Macho Music7. Sha-na-na8. Growing Up In Brooklyn9. Playing Second Fiddle10. Play A Country Enut11. The Padre Polka (Instrumental)12. Lines From “Elvis”13. When The Saints Go Marching In.14. What Would Elvis Do?15. Phantom Theme16. Whatever Happened To…?16a. Baby Jane Playoff17. Welcome, Bienvenue! — Opening Act II18. Every Day Of The Week Is A Saturday19. Growing Up Catholic20. Twelve Days Vamp20a. Twelve Days Refrain20b. Twelve Days Prior To Christmas21. All I Want For Christmas22. I Left Him There23. I Just Want To Be A Star23a. Be A Star Playoff24. I Am Here To Stay25. Bows — Padre Polka (Instrumental)
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Dan Goggin, a writer and director, came to New York from Alma, Michigan to study as a classical countertenor. He began his professional career singing in the Broadway production of Luther, starring Albert Finney. While appearing in a comic folk-duo called “The Saxons,” he beg ...
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