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On Stage at Kingsborough Presents 8-Time MAC Award Winning Cabaret Songstress Natalie Douglas with “FOUR WOMEN: Nina, Lena, Abbey, and Billie'

April 19, 2017 | By On Stage at Kingsborough
Brooklyn, New York – On Stage at Kingsborough, a leading performing arts presenter located at Brooklyn’s Kingsborough Community College presents its 2017 spring season, featuring world class artists from around the globe. On Stage at Kingsborough brings internationally renowned performing artists to Southern Brooklyn with an eclectic roster spanning multiple genres including music, dance, theatre and family programming. The full 2016-2017 season began September 24, 2016 and runs through May 20, 2017.

On May 6, join acclaimed jazz and cabaret singer Natalie Douglas for her show, “FOUR WOMEN: Nina, Lena, Abbey and Billie” and listen to her majestic voice as she performs the signature works of legends Nina Simone, Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, and Billie Holiday. Douglas celebrates the extraordinary women who changed the face of musical storytelling with songs like Lena’s sensational “Stormy Weather,” Nina’s electrifying “I Put a Spell on You,” Abbey’s inspirational “Throw It Away,” and, of course, Billie’s stunning “God Bless The Child.”

Gorgeous pipes combined with effortless vocal styling and inspiring song interpretation are the hallmarks of nightclub diva Natalie Douglas, whose recent appearances include Birdland Jazz Club, Carnegie Hall, and Cafe Carlyle. In March 2017, Natalie Douglas was awarded her 8th MAC Award for "Major Recording" for her new album, "Human Heart." This album also was awarded the 2017 Backstage Bistro Award for "Outstanding Recording." Join Douglas, her Musical Director Mark Hartman (Broadway’s Avenue Q & Sondheim on Sondheim), and their quintet as they honor these dynamic, iconic, complex, exhilarating, and fiercely talented Four Women.

Post-performance CD signing with Ms. Douglas!

EVENT DETAILS May 6, 2017 8:00 PM Natalie Douglas: Four Women Cabaret Tickets: $32 - $37 To purchase tickets please click here FOR PICTURES OF NATALIE DOUGLAS CLICK HERE

"On Stage at Kingsborough is bringing high caliber performances to the southernmost tip of Brooklyn. We are a destination for all New Yorkers passionate about the arts, while additionally providing local residents with access to great programs in their backyard. This season's lineup features artists from around the globe who are masters of their form. From Broadway stars to Argentine malambo and the best in jazz, cabaret, theatre and more, there is something to suit all tastes," said Anna Becker, Executive Director of On Stage at Kingsborough.


On Stage at Kingsborough (OSK) brings artistically and culturally diverse, multi-disciplinary performances from masters of the form to the varied communities within and surrounding Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn. We strive to create an environment where the arts are an accessible and integral part of life, and the Arts Center is a community gathering place for interaction and inspiration. We present world-class dance, cabaret, theatre, music, and family performances in the Leon M. Goldstein Performing Arts Center and Kingsborough Community College’s Lighthouse from September to May, and our Hot Summer Nights! free outdoor concert series at Kingsborough Community College’s bandshell every July. Our school-time shows welcome classes from local public and private schools, a majority of which serves economically-disadvantaged or special needs populations. The 2016-2017 season reflects our commitment to present world-class artists in exclusive Brooklyn engagements.

For the most up-to-date scheduling and line-up for all programming, including video previews, follow OSK via the below links for information. Website: Twitter: OnStageAtKCC Facebook: OnStageAtKingsborough ###




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