Meet Your Razzle Dazzle Special Guests!
Each month features a rotating roster of local and national Broadway talent!
Tim Bruneau – (Guest Pianist)
Marcia Harp is an award-winning performer and choreographer who has performed in many productions in New York and California, including as a soloist in the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies. She’s worked in film, television and has hosted her own radio talk show. Marcia recently starred in her highly-acclaimed one woman show, “Have You Given Up This Time.” She teaches, singing, dance and fitness, and is a World Champion Powerlifter.
Tod Macofsky studied theatre directing at UCLA, and has performed in shows for many cruise lines, including Holland America and Royal Caribbean. He recently toured the U.S. in a musical based on an anti-bullying campaign. He regularly performs at PS Underground in Palm Springs Tod has been seen on several game shows, including “Jeopardy” and “Who Wants To Be a Millionaire.” He will debut his new cabaret show, 1963, at the Arthur Newman Theatre in Palm Desert in April.
Gregg Marx – (Guest Host) Descendent of Hollywood legends, The Marx Brothers, Gregg is best known for his Emmy-winning role as Tom Hughes on the CBS daytime drama “As The World Turns.” As a singer, he’s thrilled audiences with his interpretations of classics from the Great American Songbook at many celebrated cabaret venues, including the legendary Hollywood Cinegrill, Herb Albert’s Vibrato and the Gardenia Supper Club & lounge in L.A. and The Metropolitan Room in New York. A veteran voiceover artist, he’s voiced hundreds of tv and radio ads and audio books.
Erik Scott Romney – Erik started his career as a dancer, but since going from Balanchine to Broadway, he’s appeared in many productions throughout Southern California, including his hometown of Palm Springs. Erik was recently seen as the Emcee in College of the Desert’s production of Cabaret at the McCallum Theater. Before that, he was in the West Coast Regional Premiere of Something Rotten! (Musical Theatre West) and featured in Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein as Igor (3D Theatricals). Erik’s looking to play the titular role in Beetlejuice: The Musical. Erik is a member of the Actors’ Equity Association.
Enjoy selections from our café menu with American fare ranging from lite bites to hearty entrees. And don’t miss our famous fries. We’re told they’re the crispiest in the valley!
Space is limited, so book early! Seats are available supper club style on a first come basis. Reservations will be held until 5:15 pm unless staff has been notified of a late arrival.
Large Group Reservations
If you are planning on attending with a large group please call ahead to make special arrangements. A non-refundable group fee to cover the per person 2-Drink Minimum at the time will be charged.
Two Drink Minimum
Two drink tokens per guest must be purchased upon arrival to satisfy our two-drink minimum requirement. Tokens may be redeemed for alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages during the event. Unused tokens can be redeemed at future events.
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