Stacy Sullivan: A Tribute to Ms. Peggy Lee
March 02 - 03, 2012

Peggy Lee, composer, musical icon, and compelling performer, has long been an inspiration to generations of performers and audiences.  After years of exploration and contemplation, the incandescent Stacy Sullivan has joined forces with the extraordinary Jon Weber, to create a tribute to Miss Lee that honors both her legacy, and the music she performed (and often wrote), in fresh and unusual ways.  Join us for the sparkling opening of our 2012 season of Music at the Court as Stacy pays homage to this one of kind singer in an evening centered around Peggy’s humor and tastes, her insatiable sense of adventure, and most importantly her music.

This performance begins at 8pm.

Stacy Sullivan, winner of the 2008 Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding Vocalist and 2002 MAC Award for Outstanding Female New York Debut from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs has played Cabaret Rooms across the country, from "Jazz at Lincoln Center" and the legendary "Oak Room at the Algonquin" in New York to the Ford Theatre and famed "Feinstein's at the Cinegrill" in Hollywood. She has recorded four albums for the LML Music label, including her new CD "It's a Small Town", dedicated to her dear friend, Lew Spence. Her theatrical performances include "Look Back in Anger" at the Rose Theatre in Venice, "Christine" in the Los Angeles premiere of "Phantom", Rosabud in the West Coast Premiere of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" with Karen Morrow and George Rose, and Toby Bluth's "Babes in Toyland" with Robert Morse at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium and the Orange County Performing Arts Center. In 2009, she made her debut at the 92nd Street Y in their "Lyrics and Lyricists" Series with Andrea Marcovicci. Stacy's CD’s "It's a Small Town" and “West on 40 were both nominated for MAC Awards for album of the year.

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