Broadway Artists Connection events move to the acclaimed Metropolitan Room

Posted: March 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

MetrooutsideThe Broadway Artists Connection (BAC) moves it’s highly popular events to the Metropolitan Room, home of the worlds cabaret stars. Located in the heart of Manhattan in the Flatiron/Chelsea District, The Metropolitan Room is known for it’s sophisticated atmosphere, excellent acoustics and intimate space reminiscent of the golden age of cabaret.  Recently the Metropolitan Room broke the record for longest variety show (60 hours) and is currently starting the first ever cabaret Hall of Fame.

“It is the perfect venue to feature our artists and grow our mission,” states Broadway Artists Connection founder, Tamlyn Brooke Orlando.

The Broadway Artists Connection (BAC) provides Broadway artists & those aspiring opportunities to perform, connect and give back to their communities.  The 2015 season, produced by award winning cabaret producer Joseph Macchia, includes open mics, charity shows and industry seminars. “I am passionate about BAC’s mission to help artists grow & give back” states Joseph who spearhead the move to the Metropolitan Room where he is also the Creative Director.

The next BAC event, to be held on Monday, April 27th will be the “Broadway Artists & Friends Open Mic & Mingle” hosted by JERSEY BOYS principle, Peter Gregus.  The evening will feature several Broadway Artists and then open the mic to those aspiring.  Casting Director, Jason Styres will be attending to crown a singer as the “future of Broadway.”  Guests will have the opportunity to mingle with artists and also order drinks, appetizers and desserts.  Tickets on sale here:

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