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An Audience with Molly Pope

Joe's Pub

May 25

Doors at 9PM
Show at 9:30PM

Critically-acclaimed cabarettist Molly Pope returns to Joe’s Pub with her album show, An Audience with Molly Pope. Drawing from a catalogue of re-contextualized pop, theater and standards, the “viscerally thrilling alto” (Time Out New York) wryly constructs and deconstructs herself with her signature neo-retro style.  Part concert, monologue, sing-a-long and heart-to-heart, she echoes the heyday of Greenwich Village nightclubs in a current context. Ms. Pope’s “powerhouse vocals and sassy wit” ( paint the madcap picture of a 21st century singer with the band.  You are all cordially invited to An Audience with Molly Pope.      

MOLLY POPE is a singer and actor whose shows have played Joe’s Pub, Ars Nova, Feinstein’s/54Below and Feinstein’s at the Regency, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, OBERON (A.R.T.), Austin Cabaret and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in Australia.  She is the recipient of both the 2016 Bistro award for “Creative Cabaret Artistry” and the 2016 MAC Award for Musical Comedy Performer for her show “Molly Pope Likes Your Status." She has been named a Time Out New York “Top Ten Cabaret Act of 2008” and 2012 and a Village Voice Best of NYC 2011 for “Best Singer To Turn Life Into A Cabaret.”  Most recently she recorded her first album, "An Audience with Molly Pope", live at Joe's Pub. Branded “one of downtown cabaret's most adventurous performers" by the New York Times and hailed as “tremendously entertaining” by The Wall Street Journal, she has also performed at The Cafe Carlyle (“Tales From The Jazz Age”), the Afterglow Festival in Provincetown, The Amber Zone at Sid Gold's Request Roomand “Our Hit Parade” at Joe’s Pub.  Stage credits include FOUND (Atlantic Theater Co), Horseplay, or the Fickle Mistress (LaMama ETC/Theatre Askew), Dan Fishback’s The Material World (Dixon Place). 

“One of downtown cabaret’s most adventurous performers.” – The New York Times

"Best Singer To Turn Life Into A Cabaret" - Village Voice

"Tremendously entertaining" - Wall Street Journal