Siobhan Kolker and Elizabeth Hart, vocal duo
Marc Irwin, music director and pianist
Directed by Nicholas Wuerhmann
Mother/daughter vocal duo Elizabeth Hart and Siobhan Kolker, together with longtime pianist/arranger Marc Irwin, joyfully return to Germano’s in their updated cabaretfeaturing songs by Alan Mencken, John Bucchino, Jack E. Williams, Steve Ferguson, Noel Coward, Cole Porter, Maltby & Shire, and more — all enhanced by some great jazz arrangements written especially for the show by Marc. Stick with Me, Kid! marks their third new show together at Germano’s.
Siobhan Kolker lives in New York and works in film, TV, theater and cabaret. Siobhan grew up in Baltimore, where credits include Julie in a critically acclaimed version of Carousel at Toby's Dinner Theatre, improv with D.C.'s musical comedy troupe, Now This!, and roles in A Little Night Music and Merrily We Roll Along at the Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration. NYC highlights include the York Theatre Company, New York International Fringe Festival, Verse Theatre Manhattan, One World Symphony and numerous staged readings of new musical and plays. Film/TV work includes: “Scorned: Love Kills”, “Celebrity Ghost Stories”(A&E), and “Fatal Encounters” (NBC).
Elizabeth Hart, is a recitalist, cabaret artist, chamber musician, early musician, erstwhile opera singer, and author who has appeared in a variety of programs at Germano’s since its inception, including French Kisses: Americans and Jazz In Pariswith pianist Marc Irwin and bassoonist Phillip Kolker, a concert of tango music, Todo Argentina, with pianist Nancy Roldán and violinist José Cueto, and a duo cabaret Home, Apple Pie and . . . Dad? with soprano Carolyn Black-Sotir. Stick With Me, Kid! isElizabeth’s ninth different production at Germano’s.
Marc Irwin, pianist, composer, arranger, and recording artist, is a native New Yorker who has played for and with a variety of top performers. A longtime pianist and musical director with The Capitol Steps, performing political satire throughout theUnited States and Canada, Marc also toured the US, Europe, Asia and Africa for five years, serving as singer Harry Belafonte’s sound designer and keyboardist. Marc now divides his time among jazz and concert venues in NYC, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. His Broadway credits include, Crazy For You, City Of Angels, Romance, Romance, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Sunday In The Park With George, Cats, The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, and The Rink. Marc Irwin is an Arabesque Records recording artist with his latest release, A Few Moments More, a solo piano EP. Marc Irwin received his doctorate in Composition (DMA) from the Peabody