Archives for May 2013

Adam Chandler

Adam Chandler

Adam Chandler is a native Hoosier who moved to NYC to pursue the dreams of fame & stardom! Born on a farm, he always dreamed of the big city. Adam is working as a actor, singer, dancer and part time model across the stage and screen.

With the legendary ability to tell pointless stories & the gift of gab, he loves working at the Duplex. Try his signature cocktail that’s guaranteed to make you have a good time…or forget what happened last night.

An all around triple threat he’s toured internationally with Zorro! the Musical and Parade. Favorite shows include Into the Woods (Jack), 42nd Street (Ensemble), West Side Story (Chino), Side Show (Roustabout), Assassins (Balladeer/Oswald), and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Aggie). TV credits include Gossip Girl, MTV, Law & Order. Film credits include Friends With Benefits (featured dancer).


Charlie Owens

Charlie Owens

CHARLIE OWENS has been a switchboard operator, deli clerk, cologne sprayer, dog walker, personal assistant, telemarketer, window dresser, bartending instructor, tour guide, literary agent, candy butcher, word processor, newspaper boy, and a really bad waiter, but being a bartender at The Duplex may just be his favorite job ever. Other great jobs include playing Alfie in A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (2012 Innovative Theatre Nomination), Alan in The Transport Group’s BABY: IN CONCERT, Peron in EVITA, Georges in LA CAGE, and Charlie Davenport in ANNIE GET YOUR GUN. Charlie can be heard on the albums STAGE 2: THE HUMAN HEART, STAGE 3: TRUE COLORS, and the original cast album of SECRETS EVERY SMART TRAVELLER SHOULD KNOW.


Michael Isaacs

Michael Isaacs

Michael Isaacs is MAC nominated singer, songwriter, musician and actor who is based in NYC. Originally from New England, Michael attended Berklee College Of Music and then went right to work in the clubs of Boston and Providence. Moving down the coast, his first performance in NYC was at the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem. The performance went so well, he was featured on “It’s Showtime At The Apollo” two times. Michael has performed in so many clubs in NYC it would take up a whole page to list them. He has sung and played piano and guitar in many cabaret shows and is very proud of his work with System Noise in the MAC nominated “The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust” and his most recent show solo show “Isaacs Schmisaacs” a Nilsson show.

Throughout Michael’s career he has had the opportunity and pleasure to open for Roberta Flack, Jose Feliciano, Bobby Short, Ronnie Spector and Neil Sedaka. He was also prevliged to sing two duets with Neil, at Neils request, with Michael on the piano. Truly a highlight of his life. Recently Michael was selected from a Nationwide search and was featured as a principle in 5 national commercials for the Florida-based company Steinmart. Michael plays many instruments and is currently working in his own recording studio on his debut cd. Proud member of the Screen Actor’s Guild/AFTRA.


Brandon Cutrell

Brandon Cutrell

BRANDON CUTRELL is a Nightlife Award, Bistro Award and two-time MAC Award winner. New York credits: Broadway By The Year at Town Hall, The 2nd Annual Broadway Unplugged at Town Hall, Pippin (with Ben Vereen and Rosie O’Donnell), La Gioconda at TheatreSource, David Friedman’s King Island Christmas, and Liz Swados’ Waiting For Lefty. National: Theatre of the Stars, Goodspeed Musicals, the Human Race Theatre and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. For nearly two years, Brandon was the original host of the MAC Award nominated show, Mostly Sondheim. In June of 2006, Brandon made his solo debut at Feinstein’s, New York’s legendary nightclub on Park Avenue. From 2006 to 2010 Brandon hosted The After Party on 42nd Street in Times Square. Brandon is the emcee of Brandon Cutrell & Cohorts, Brandon Cutrell’s Broadway at the Beach, Brandon Cutrell’s Open Call and Stonewall Sensation. In 2010, Time Out New York gave Brandon its special MAC Award for “Nightlife Entertainer of the Year.” Brandon’s self-titled cd is available on iTunes. He can found online at Facebook.com/BrandonCutrell and @BrandonCutrell on Twitter.