Charles Busch Returns to Bridge Street Theatre in “My Kinda ’60s” [Berkshire on Stage]

“Whether singing or dishing about his life or celebrities he has known, Charles Busch is always the epitome of entertainment and class.” – Cabaret Scenes

He’s back! Tony nominee, Drama Desk Lifetime Achievement honoree and two-time MAC Award winner Charles Busch returns to Catskill’s intimate Bridge Street Theatre at 4pm on Saturday (February 24) for a special, one-time-only benefit performance of his most personal cabaret show ever: “My Kinda ’60s.”

This thrilling new show, which premiered last September at Feinstein’s/54 Below in Manhattan and recently received a 2017 Broadway World Cabaret Award as “Best Show – Celebrity Male,” whisks audiences back to the Manhattan of the tumultuous 1960s. Busch weaves personal anecdotes of a childhood and adolescence spent coming of age under the guidance of his indomitable Aunt Lillian with songs from the decade by such artists as Burt Bacharach, Jimmy Webb, The Beatles, Henry Mancini, Bob Dylan, Stephen Sondheim and Kander & Ebb.

Appearing with Busch in this unique, hilarious and poignant evening of music and storytelling will be his long-time musical director/arranger Tom Judson.

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