Dueling Divas –Simply Divine! A Benefit For The Goodrich Memorial Library
What is a DIVA? A diva is a woman who is extremely talented. Divas have historically acquired huge numbers of fans, and their talents are often in high demand. The first divas were probably notable prima donnas from the opera world and were being heralded as divas as early as the 1880s. Over time, the term began to spill into other musical genres as well, many of these divas are famed for their grace and culture as well as their musical talent, and performances by these celebrated singers tend to sell out quickly. So before DUELING DIVAS sells out, be sure to get your tickets for this ONE NIGHT ONLY BENEFIT performance, November 17, 7 p.m at the Goodrich Memorial Library. Complete with ambiance, wine, and cheese, this evening celebrates the , Susan-Lynn Johns and Lynn Leimer vocally “Duke” it out as they treat the audience to how they started on the Diva Express to Stardom reflecting on their earliest experiences. Molly Moore and April Streeter will be portraying the younger versions of the dynamic duo. These Broadway Babies will show you what Bosom Buddies they truly are as they share Side by Side by Side songs about Show Business and Anything You Can Do all for the Applause, Applause. It’s a Comedy Tonight even if you Hate Musicals…Maybe it seems like NOTHING, but it’s all For Good. On a Clear Day you may have a Memory of a Show Tune, but don’t feel like a Stranger in Paradise, feel like you could just say I’m Still Here and join this esoteric, effervescent evening all underscored by pianist extraordinaire, Janice Gluck. As an aside, if you can guess how many titles of songs are in this article, bring it with you to the show and you could win a Season’s Pass to QNEK 20th Anniversary Season for 2013 at the Haskell Opera House. For tickets and more information about Dueling Divas Nov 17, please call the Goodrich Memorial Library at 334 -7902.