Robbie Rozelle
 
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UPCOMING

KATE BALDWIN: HOW DID YOU GET THIS NUMBER?

OCTOBER 2018, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW

Kate Baldwin returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below direct from the hit Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly! Hailed as “the redheaded firecracker” (Stephen Holden, The New York Times) Kate was nominated for the 2017 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critic’s Circle awards for her performance as Irene Molloy.

Kate’s new show titled How Did You Get This Number? features signature songs from her acclaimed performances in Finian’s Rainbow, Giant, Big Fish, and Hello Dolly! She tells the story of how each song became a part of her life and what it means to her. More from writers like Stephen Sondheim, Adam Guettel, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, and long-time friend and collaborator, Georgia Stitt, fill the program with gorgeous music and expert storytelling. “We suppose there are some things that Baldwin cannot do, but over the past decade we have yet to see her be anything but superb,” says Steven Suskin of Playbill.


 
 
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Reviews

Headlining Pride Night at Feinstein’s/54 Below was a man who seems to get his hands into everything and make it exquisite. If Rozelle doesn’t get you with the vocal chords, he’ll hit you in the gut with a well-timed joke.
— Cabaret Scenes
Dazzling audiences with her talent, energy, sincerity and humor…a perfectly crafted cabaret that sent the audience into a frenzy.
— BroadwayWorld, reviewing Jessica Vosk
Director Robbie Rozelle can take credit for guiding Errico through a very fine and accessible crowd-pleasing show.
— Cabaret Scenes, reviewing Melissa Errico
The show was well paced and Robbie Rozelle’s direction was the perfect fit for the comedic, acting and musical talents of Ms Baldwin.
— Times Square Chronicles, reviewing Kate Baldwin


 

About Me

HEllo, I'm Shelley duvall

But really, I'm Robbie Rozelle, writer/director/funny guy who creates cabaret with amazing people with the philosophy of moving past the "and then I moved to New York" trope and into the fan mindset of "I want to hear you sing this." So far, it's working...


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