Molly Pope, A Gay Man, and a Piano

Molly Pope, a Gay Man, and a Piano

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Molly Pope is the next big thing of 1963…she transports the audience back to the thriving Greenwich Village nightclub scene of yesteryear…viscerally thrilling alto: a rich gusher of sound…

Time Out New York

It would have been enough for Pope to just be a (phenomenal) singer, but by gum, she’s a legitimate actress, too. It’s only a matter of time before Broadway discovers one of its greatest stars.

Irreverent wit and multigenerational cultural savvy…

The New York Times

After a lifetime overthinking every second of every day, cabarettist Molly Pope sets out to find the one thing that has always escaped her: a good time. Armed with the two things absolutely necessary for a good time—a gay man and a piano—she indulges in a set of songs she’s always wanted to tackle, but never found a good excuse to sing until now. With concepts like “fun” and “joy” and “just ’cause” on hand, she deploys her signature neo-retro style to get back to the elemental sweet spot of cabaret.


About Drew Wutke (A Gay Man)

New York City-based multi-disciplinary artist. Credits include Broadway, Off-Broadway, and International musicals, concerts, solo shows/cabarets, and general Sing-Out-Louisery®. Last in Boston with Bebe Winans’ Born For This. Collaborations with award-winning artists Molly Pope, Martha Graham Cracker, Joey Arias, Natalie Joy Johnson, Julian Fleisher, Lea Salonga, and many others. Co-creator, music director, and arranger: Kevin Smith Kirkwood’s Classic Whitney: Alive! series, Joe’s Pub; World Premiere: For Tonight. In development: Belle of Tombostone; Jim Steinman’s The Dream Enginge. Christina Crawford’s Mommie Dearest. DiAna Pasari’s I Got Naked Today. Marie’s Crisis (featured in The New Yorker, Time Out). Resident Music Director: Jen Waldman Studio. MM, vocal coaching, Oklahoma City University.

He and The Piano, along with Gay Men Everywhere, are forever indebted to Miss Pope and A.R.T.


About Molly Pope

Molly Pope is a singer etc. whose shows have played at Joe’s Pub, Feinstein’s/54 Below, Feinstein’s at the Regency, Ars Nova, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, OBERON (A.R.T.), Teatro ZinZanni (Joe’s Pub Seattle), and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in Australia. Hailed as “One of downtown cabaret’s most adventurous performers” by The New York Times, she is the recipient of both the 2016 Bistro Award for Creative Cabaret Artistry and the 2016 MAC Award for Musical Comedy. She has been named a Time Out New York “Top Ten Cabaret Act” and a Village Voice Best of NYC for “Best Singer To Turn Life Into A Cabaret.” She has also performed at The Cafe Carlyle, the Afterglow Festival in Provincetown, “Our Hit Parade” at Joe’s Pub, Greenwich House Music School’s “Uncharted Series” and as a resident artist at The Orchard Project (Saratoga Springs). Stage credits include Found (Atlantic Theater Co, Philadelphia Theater Co), Horseplay, or the Fickle Mistress (La MaMa ETC/Theatre Askew), The Making of King Kong (Target Margin/Immediate Medium). Her original solo musical, Polly Mope, premiered at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia last summer.