CABARET & THEATRE PERFORMANCE

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In Good Company, Birdland

Birdland: Jim Caruso, Ian Herman, Jerry Mitchell, Donna McKechnie, Nikki MacCallum, Nick Adams, Wayne Gmitter            

Birdland: Jim Caruso, Ian Herman, Jerry Mitchell, Donna McKechnie, Nikki MacCallum, Nick Adams, Wayne Gmitter

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATCHMAKER MATCHMAKER I'M WILLING TO SETTLE!

Matchmaker… is a musical guide to internet dating.  The piece was nominated for a 2011 MAC Award after a sold out NYC run. The piece was directed by Kelvin Moon Loh with Musical Direction by Michael Forman and played both the Laurie Beechman and The Duplex. “Nikki knows comedy.  She’s a good writer.  She’s a tremendous singer with pipes for days.” – Sue Matsuki, Cabaret Hotline Online May, 2010 “Nikki MacCallum (who is like a singing Sarah Silverman) displayed terrific comic sensibility.” –Stephen Hanks, Cabaret Scenes, May 2010 “Ms. MacCallum’s perfect timing and sparling wit infused the show with originality and infectious joy de vivre.  Hilarious, well sung and truly entertaining from start to finish.” –Jenna Esposito, Broadwayworld.com, May 2010

Matchmaker… is a musical guide to internet dating.  The piece was nominated for a 2011 MAC Award after a sold out NYC run. The piece was directed by Kelvin Moon Loh with Musical Direction by Michael Forman and played both the Laurie Beechman and The Duplex.

“Nikki knows comedy.  She’s a good writer.  She’s a tremendous singer with pipes for days.” – Sue Matsuki, Cabaret Hotline Online May, 2010

“Nikki MacCallum (who is like a singing Sarah Silverman) displayed terrific comic sensibility.” –Stephen Hanks, Cabaret Scenes, May 2010

“Ms. MacCallum’s perfect timing and sparling wit infused the show with originality and infectious joy de vivre.  Hilarious, well sung and truly entertaining from start to finish.” –Jenna Esposito, Broadwayworld.com, May 2010

FAMILIAR THINGS

Familiar Things is a celebration of Kander & Ebb music that takes us from familiar childhood memories that one-day become unfamiliar to the unfamiliar challenges of adulthood that one-day become familiar.  Throw in a middle school performance of Mr. Cellphane and Sarah Lee as an eleven o’clock snack and you have Familiar Things. This show was conceived at the Eugene O’Neill summer theatre conference which was under the direction of John McDaniel.  It premiered at The Duplex in February, 2014 for a sold out run and had its final performance in September, 2014 at 54 Below.  Familiar Things received a 2015 MAC Award nomination.  The piece was directed by Kelvin Moon Loh with Musical Direction and arrangements by Mark Hartman

Familiar Things is a celebration of Kander & Ebb music that takes us from familiar childhood memories that one-day become unfamiliar to the unfamiliar challenges of adulthood that one-day become familiar.  Throw in a middle school performance of Mr. Cellphane and Sarah Lee as an eleven o’clock snack and you have Familiar Things. This show was conceived at the Eugene O’Neill summer theatre conference which was under the direction of John McDaniel.  It premiered at The Duplex in February, 2014 for a sold out run and had its final performance in September, 2014 at 54 Below.  Familiar Things received a 2015 MAC Award nomination.  The piece was directed by Kelvin Moon Loh with Musical Direction and arrangements by Mark Hartman

HOW TO STAY SINGLE IN LIFE WITHOUT REALLY TRYING

"When the multi-talented Nikki MacCallum returned to the Duplex with her take on Loesser's classic about making it in the corporate world, she had a pretty tall skyscraper to surmount.  I am happy to say she has.  A delightful presence from the start to finish, Ms. MacCallum's well-nought-out and paced show is smart, sweet, funny, sometimes raunchy, eye-opening, and overall engaging."-Jonathan Shade, Nitelife Exchange How to Stay Single in Life Without Really Trying was directed by Kelvin Moon Loh with Musical Direction and arrangements by Tracy Stark.  The show is a guide to staying single which can be quite an achievement in a world where it's sometimes easier to settle down with the wrong person!

"When the multi-talented Nikki MacCallum returned to the Duplex with her take on Loesser's classic about making it in the corporate world, she had a pretty tall skyscraper to surmount.  I am happy to say she has.  A delightful presence from the start to finish, Ms. MacCallum's well-nought-out and paced show is smart, sweet, funny, sometimes raunchy, eye-opening, and overall engaging."-Jonathan Shade, Nitelife Exchange

How to Stay Single in Life Without Really Trying was directed by Kelvin Moon Loh with Musical Direction and arrangements by Tracy Stark.  The show is a guide to staying single which can be quite an achievement in a world where it's sometimes easier to settle down with the wrong person!

In Good Company hosted by Tony Award Winner Donna McKechnie premiered at Birdland in December, 2013.  McKechnie was joined by Jerry Mitchell, Nick Adams and Nikki Maccallum.  “MacCallum performed ‘So Much Better’ from ‘Legally Blonde’ (Laurence O’Keefe & Neil Benjamin) and ‘Good Morning, Baltimore’ from ‘Hairspray’ (Mark Shaiman & Scott Wittman) after Jerry Mitchell spoke of the genesis of each song.  She has a robust delivery and a starry-eyed demeanor.” –Joel Benjamin, Cabaret Scenes 2013

In Good Company hosted by Tony Award Winner Donna McKechnie premiered at Birdland in December, 2013.  McKechnie was joined by Jerry Mitchell, Nick Adams and Nikki Maccallum. 

“MacCallum performed ‘So Much Better’ from ‘Legally Blonde’ (Laurence O’Keefe & Neil Benjamin) and ‘Good Morning, Baltimore’ from ‘Hairspray’ (Mark Shaiman & Scott Wittman) after Jerry Mitchell spoke of the genesis of each song.  She has a robust delivery and a starry-eyed demeanor.” –Joel Benjamin, Cabaret Scenes 2013

 

 

 

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