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Bebe Neuwirth: Stories With Piano

Kyle Pope
8 p.m., Saturday March 09 | VIP Package: $125; Select your seats $55-$95

 Accompanied by pianist Scott Cady, Bebe Neuwirth performs an evening of favorite songs from her one-woman cabaret show, "Stories with Piano." Tony Award-winning Broadway star in the acclaimed shows Chicago and Sweet Charity; Emmy Award winning actress of Cheers and Frasier. 



Where: School for Creative and Performing Arts
Phone: 513-363-8100
Address: 108 West Central Pkwy.
Website: www.Mayersonjcc.org/Bebe

School for Creative and Performing Arts

108 West Central Pkwy.
Over-the-Rhine, Ohio
45202
 
This is where Cincinnati’s young talent begins the path to stardom. Located at The Erich Kunzel Center for Arts and Education.
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