Mr Show Business comes to Vivaldi’s

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AN ARTIST once tagged by the New York Times as a “latter day Al Jolson – Mr Show Business” is coming to Teatro Vivaldi this Friday.

Mark Nadler, photo from
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In his touring show, “Let’s Miss Behave,” Entertainer Mark Nadler explores the wit, the romance and the life of one of the greatest songwriters, Cole Porter. Songs include such timeless hits as “Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall in Love}” “Night and Day” “You’re the Top” As well as many lesser known gems.

Nadler is a long time staple in the Adelaide Cabaret Festival – where he has performed an unprecedented six times.

 He is a singer, pianist, tap dancer, and comedian whose off-Broadway hit “I’m A Stranger Here Myself” was honoured with the 2013 Nightlife Award and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award and two Broadway World Awards.

 He has performed at Carnegie Hall with the New York Pops Orchestra and has been a soloist with the Baltimore Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Oregon Symphony and National Arts Centre Symphony in Ottawa and with Marvin Hamlisch and Martin Short in the  group Three Singular Sensations.

“Let’s Miss Behave,” at Teatro Vivaldi, ANU Arts Centre, Friday June 10, Dinner and show from 6.30pm, show only from 8.30pm. Bookings to 6257 2718.


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