The Harvard-Yale Cantata at 54 Below!
Tom is producing and hosting a unique evening at 54 Below, featuring Harvard grads performing songs written by Harvard grads in fierce competition with Yale grads performing songs written by Yalies! Likely showstoppers will include “Songs Unduly Influenced by Tom Lehrer,” “Who You Got? We Got EGOT,” and “Best School Song.” Hard to say whose songs will make the finals, but Harvard’s heavies include Leonard Bernstein, Alan Jay Lerner, and Tom Lehrer, while Yale has Cole Porter, Bobby Lopez, and Maury Yeston. This show is co-produced by Tom Toce (Yale, 1978) and Madeline A. Smith (Harvard, 2014), direct from their recent hit cabaret endeavor Mr. Victor’s Cabaret for Hipsters: Songs of the 1990s. Tom will host and Madeline will be the musical director. Each promises to treat the opposing school’s songs with respect. May the best songs win!
One evening only! September 8, 2015 at 9:30
Buy tickets at www.54below.com
TICKETS & INFORMATION:
254 W 54th St, Cellar, New York, NY 10019
September 8, 2015
Cover charge: $25-35
Cover Charge Additional $5 At Door
$25 Food & Beverage Minimum
Show: 9:30p Doors: 8:45p
Tom is again to be a guest judge at the Metrostar Talent Challenge 2015 in July
Tom joins an array of guest judges including his HOPELESSLY IN LOVE pals Peter Napolitano and Marissa Mulder, along with several other cabaret notables. “MetroStar” offers a career-boosting package of prizes and professional encouragements, including a fully produced primetime Met Room engagement and live recording. Marissa Mulder was the 2011 Metrostar winner.