We have exciting news! The month of June is blossoming into full blown summer show seeing fun! Our friend Teresa Fischer from Spotlight On Productions as well as Mark Jason Williams and Mark Eugene Garcia have donated tickets to NYBroadwayTours so that YOU can win tickets to see a real New York Show!

Simply visit our Facebook fan page and register to win. How cool is that?

Feel free to check out the show’s info below:


Glowing reviews and great houses have prompted Don?t Tell Mama?s Booking Manager to request encore performances of cabaret songstress Teresa Fischer?s cabaret show HIP TO BE HAPPY in June! Robert Windeler of Bistro Awards said, ?We don?t need the title song of this largely bouncy set to understand that Teresa Fischer likes to sing on the sunny side of the street.??In this lively musical hour, Teresa aka ?Lady T? shows us how to keep our spirits high by always looking on the bright side – even when there doesn’t seem to be one. Lady T has assembled an entertaining and eclectic array of songs from standards by Cole Porter and Sammy Fain to pop tunes by Christine Lavin, Ann Hampton Calloway and Mary Chapin Carpenter plus some newly discovered gems. Cabaret veteran Paul Chamlin is the musical director and one-man band for this fun evening that features special musical arrangements by Paul Chamlin and Andrew David Sotomayor.

Performances for HIP TO BE HAPPY are Mondays in June ? June 10, 17 and 24 ? all at 7:00PM at DON’T TELL MAMA, 343 West 46th Street, NYC. There is a 2-drink minimum required for winners of this show.?




The Planet Connections Festivity Inc. is New York?s premiere eco-friendly/socially conscious not-for-profit arts festival. Fostering a diverse cross-section of performances, the festivity seeks to inspire artists and audiences both creatively and fundamentally, in a festive atmosphere forming a community of like-minded artists. At the heart of the festivity are individuals striving to create professional, meaningful theatre, film, music and art, while supporting organizations, which give back to the community at large.


Genre: Comedy, Drama, LGBT Issues, Play, Women?s Issues, Grieving, Family/Sibling Relationships

Planet Connections Award-Winning Playwright Mark Jason Williams returns with a gripping, fiercely funny drama about a no-holds-barred family Thanksgiving. Join in the festivities as a manipulative mother fights for control, a son tries to hide a secret, a daughter wrestles with an unexpected pregnancy, and surprises pour out like stuffing.

This production features Planet Connections award-winning artists.

Benefiting: Visible Ink
Produced by: Loretta Michael Productions
Directed by: Melissa Skirboll
Written by: Mark Jason Williams

Venue: The Robert Moss (440 Lafayette Street)

Sunday 6/2/13 ? 9:00pm
Monday 6/3/13 ? 6:30pm
Tuesday 6/4/13 ? 4:00pm
Friday 6/7/13 ? 7:00pm
Sunday 6/9/13 ? 7:30pm
Saturday 6/22/13 ? 4:30pm

Straight Faced Lies runs 75 minutes with no intermission.



Genre: Drama, Musical, Musical Comedy, Musical Play, Women?s Issues

In Credence, South Dakota, Marlys Brooks cheers on the church?s ever-losing baseball team, ?The Holy Cows.? Being the minister?s wife, she uses these gatherings to give out advice and support. But this Sunday, Marlys is suffering a lapse of faith. Hiding this, she places her hope in an unlikely source?

Benefiting: WIN [Women in Need]
Produced by: Mark-Eugene Garcia
Directed by: Rodrigo E. Bola?os
Based on the Play ?Holy Cows? by: Carolyn Lardinois English and Royal Crane

Venue: The Robert Moss (440 Lafayette Street)

Sunday 6/2/13 ? 12:30pm
Monday 6/3/13 ? 8:30pm
Saturday 6/8/13 ? 5:30pm
Thursday 6/13/13 ? 6:30pm
Tuesday 6/18/13 ? 5:30pm
Wednesday 6/19/13 ? 4:00pm

The Holy Cows of Credence, South Dakota runs 90 minutes with no intermission.

The?June 13th?performance will be interpreted for deaf and hard of hearing audiences.


Best of luck to all who participate!

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