A Very Natalie New Year

Thursday, December 31st at 7:30pm & 10:45pm

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A Very Natalie New Year

Natalie’s New Year’s Eve performances in Greenwich Village have become a New York tradition, with this her 17th NYE Bash. Through her performances at Café Carlyle, Carnegie Hall, New York’s Town Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center and the legendary Birdland jazz club, 7 time MAC, Bistro and Nightlife Awards and the prestigious 2014 Margaret Whiting award winner, Natalie has become one of the most sought after cabaret/jazz/blues artists in the country.

This year at 7:30PM, Natalie, with Musical Director Mark Hartman, a veteran of Broadway pits, will open the evening with their traditional NYE bash, “A VERY NATALIE NEW YEAR” – a collection of their favorite celebratory tunes, putting you in the perfect mood to head off to your late night plans.

Then at 10:45PM join Natalie and Mark as they perform some of their favorite songs, along with tunes debuted just for this exclusive crowd, your “special” requests, perhaps a little bit of Christmas and a smidgen of Nina Simone, Dolly Parton, Joni Mitchell and more as they ring in the New Year with old and new friends.

What critics have said:

“When she belts, she’s got enough pipes to outfit a plumber’s convention. The truth is… she’s got everything.”The NY Daily News

“Douglas now sings with more power, support and-most importantly-unbridled joy than ever before…amazing.”Show Business Weekly

“Combining the soul of a gospel singer with the musicianship of a jazz singer and the warm, chatty intimacy of a great cabareteuse, she can sing sweetly and softly and she can belt with the kind of power that you makes you respect her authority. Natalie Douglas is an artist well worth staying up late for.”Wall Street Journal

“She is considered what Green Acres’ Eva Gabor would call a “shoosting star,” a friendly, unimposing presence with a monstrous talent.”Next Magazine

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$85 cover, plus 2 drink minimum (both shows include champagne toast)
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Photo Credit: Kevin Alvey

*Drinks Must be purchased In the Cabaret Theatre to count towards the Minimum.

The Duplex Presents An Evening with ADAM PASCAL

Friday, September 25th at 9:30pm
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Duplex An Evening With Adam Pascal

This is an amazing opportunity to experience the power of this Broadway legend in the intimacy of the Duplex Cabaret Theatre. You won’t want to miss it! There are a limited number of VIP Tickets available to meet with Mr. Pascal after the show.

Friday, September 25th at 9:30pm
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Sharon McNight Alive and Well at the Duplex!

Sharon McNight

Voted 2014 Best Show by BroadwayWorld.com. Making audiences laugh and socking them with song for more than 30 years.

From standing on a stage made from beer cases in San Francisco’s Castro District to her Nomination for Broadway’s Tony Award, a Theater World Award Winner, MAC Winner and Voted 2014 Best Show by BroadwayWorld.com Sharon’s shows feature her celebrated humor and eclectic song choice. The NY Times’ Stephen Holden says; “Ms McNight has a keen sense of the absurd that coincides with a wicked inner detector for artistic expression.”

Check out the review of Alive and Well at the Duplex on Theatre Pizzazz:


Tuesday, July 28th at 9:30pm
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Tuesday, August 4th at 9:30pm
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Tuesday, August 11th at 9:30pm
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Death Continues It’s Dance Into The New Year

Dancing with Death

Death. It’s inevitable. You have to face it sometime, so why not do it with a story, a song and a 2 Drink Minimum?

Raconteur and dark Humorist Thomas Honeck charms his audience with stories and songs of hilarity and heartache. Its a thought-provoking and unique look at life through the eyes of death. You just might see life in a whole new light.

It is a ruminating rumba on our relationship with Death and how her choreography can influence life, featuring songs by Peter Gabriel, Laura Nyro, Chris De Burgh and Mary Chapin-Carpenter. The dance card will be one of Music, Merriment and Madness – well, just a touch.

The award winning Entertainer of Himself, Thomas Honeck, returns to the stage for his 3rd solo show after a seven year hiatus to run the world-famous Duplex Cabaret Theatre. Thomas was last seen in his MAC Award winning show “Dreaming Wide Awake,” a show about how dreaming can alter the course of a life. When not on the stage, he has spent the last 17 years studying with Shamans from around the world. Despite all the cultural differences, what he resoundingly learned was that to truly celebrate life, you must fully embrace death.

Directed by his creative partner, Lisa Moss, the same team that produced the critically acclaimed “Social Intercourse” and “Sing Me A Story.” Thomas and Lisa were both recently honored with a 2014 Bistro Award for being a highly innovative and creative team.

Musical Direction by Andrew Sotomayor, with Jordan Jancz on cello.

Rob Lester of Cabaret Scenes:

“The phrase “A Must-See!!!” is overused in cabaret hype. With Thomas Honeck’s Dancing with Death it is one of the very few times I’ve ever wanted to use it with no hesitation.” Click on the link below for the rest of the review:


Remy Block of BroadwayWorld.com:

“Through Dancing with Death, Thomas Honeck elevates the genre of cabaret by taking a sophisticated, personal look at a juicy, difficult topic. Despite the ostensibly grim material, the show is cathartic and uplifting. He reminds us that none of us is getting out of here alive, and to ask ourselves whether we’re living every day as if it were our last.” Click on the link below for the rest of the review:


Roy Sander of BistroAwards.com

“Yes, the subject is death, but don’t be put off by that. The show is a rather jubilant extravaganza (“extravaganza” is a relative term here—after all, it is on the Duplex stage), a mixture of personal anecdotes, songs, and choreography—all of it engrossing, much of it very funny, and some of it touching. If you know Honeck only as the soft-spoken general manager of the club, you’ll probably be surprised at how dynamic an entertainer he is. On the other hand, if you’ve seen either of his other two shows, you already know that.”

From Mark Dundas Wood’s review

“In “Dancing with Death” the affable Thomas Honeck sings an array of songs (some comic, some serious) about the inevitability of mortality. But the result is far from depressing. On the contrary, the show puts things in a life-affirming perspective and is often invigorating.”

In lieu of a cover, please bring a check made out to “JDRF” (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) or The ALS Association for $15 – we’ll take cash too, it’s just not a tax donation for you. And yes, there is a 2 Drink Minimum to help you through it all.

The first 5 performances of the show have raised over $4,900 dollars for the charities! And over all, the 17 shows performed over the last 10 years have raised over $16,900.

A BENEFIT for ALS and JDRF Organizations
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Wednesday, May 27th at 7pm
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