Tabard Theatre announces Downtown Dirty Jazz Syndicate, playing jazz arrangements of music from spy movies, detective shows, film noir for a night that will leave you shaken AND stirred on Friday, August 26 at 8pm. The show will be available both to attend in-person and to livestream from home. For those unable to experience the show live, the high-quality multi-camera recording will also be available On-Demand for 30 days following the show. Single tickets are $25 for General Admission and $35 for reserved Cabaret seating. Livstream and on-demand patrons are given the option to choose their own pricing, starting at just $10. Proof of vaccination is required for in-person patrons. Vaccine cards will be checked at the door. Masking is encouraged but not required.
The Dirty Downtown Jazz Syndicate is a six-piece jazz band playing music from spy movies, detective shows, and film noir. If you mix James Bond and Jessica Rabbit up with some fresh arrangements ranging from salsa to swing, surf to heartfelt ballads, the resulting cocktail would be the DDJS! The band is led by pianist, arranger and movie buff Kevin McCullough, fronted by sultry singer Jem Sherborne, and backed by Faris Jarrah on trombone and Madison Bohrer on alto sax. Providing killer rhythm are Jack J. Hanan on upright and electric Bass and Michael Henning on drums and percussion.