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I Can't Trace Time
Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 7:00PM
The Green Room 42
570 Tenth Ave
4th Floor inside YOTEL
42nd Street & Tenth Avenue
No Food or Beverage Minimum -- Full Food & Beverage Service (click to see menu) Have a question? The answers are here
"The superb, eclectic music choices, are part of the unfolding of the tale; but it’s Wolff herself who puts the cherry on the sundae. She has a natural ability for clever interpretation.” - Marilyn Lester, Nitelife Exchange
"Andrea Bell Wolff shared her stories of chasing love around America through an intriguing and diverse set list. I felt spellbound at times as I watched the performance.”- Chris Struck, Cabaret Scenes
"A notable comedy standout, Andrea Bell, deserved an ovation of her own. As a wild and wound-up Minnie Fay, she hopped, skipped and danced through horseplay with Dick Leppig and Jean Richards squealing like Baby Snooks. Her movements resembled a shuddering alarm clock and her gestures and actions gave to the performance a touch of zaniness that verged on Dada.” —Los Angeles Times
Andrea Wolff starred as both Ermengarde and Minnie Fay in five productions of Hello, Dolly! on Broadway and the First National Tour with Carol Channing. She stole the show as Mammy Yokum in Li'l Abner at Goodspeed Musicals, and in Bottoms Up! at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and internationally, and is a veteran of television variety entertainment. Andrea makes her Green Room 42 debut in I Can’t Trace Time. The show is a ferociously entertaining and passionate look at the arc of life beginning with childhood. Featuring what has now become, in her cabaret evenings, a signature mixture of pop and Broadway - Sia’s “Death by Chocolate” (Sia/Greg Kurstin), “Somewhere Only We Know" (Tim Rice Oxley/Tom Chaplin/Richard Hughes), “Spark of Creation” (Stephen Schwartz), “Be Aware” (Burt Bacharach) as well as unpublished music from Marvin Hamlisch - Andrea Wolff’s I Can’t Trace Time is funny and poignant, featuring a master entertainer who has been widely lauded for her strong comic timing, offbeat and compelling characterizations and superb taste in music. Andrea Wolff is dynamite in a potent, petite and unique package.
Musical Director/Arranger: Jude Obermuller
Director: Dan Ruth