Sandra Bernhard “I Love Being Me, Don’t You?”
Music & Comedy Cabaret | A Philadelphia premiere
January 10-14 (Tuesday – Friday, 8pm and Saturday, 7pm and 9pm)
Tickets: $40-$45 Tuesday -Thursday, $50 Friday and Saturday
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Check out clips from Sandra’s CD “I Love Being Me, Don’t You?”
Where the Fuck is Tina Turner?
“Give the dame her due,” writes the New York Times, “It’s invigorating to be in the presence of a true original.”
“With back-up band, Bernhard showcases tracks from her new album of the same name. She segues between comedy bits and musical numbers…a model familiar to her many fans. Her “droll, knowing takes on pop culture…as strong as ever.” – Variety
A celebrity stalker in Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, a frequent guest on the David Letterman show, a rumored lover to Madonna, and the actress who played the groundbreaking television role of Nancy Bartlett on the hit sitcom Roseanne. For more than three decades, Sandra Bernhard’s fierce brand of entertainment has commanded the undivided attention of audiences from stage to screen. While remaining true to her brand, she continues to renew her repertoire in new ways, with fabulous fashion. Whether it’s her irreverent commentary on hot topics or public figures or her fierce vocal takes on standards, Sanrda Bernhard continues to challenge fans and critics with her unforgettable outrageous humor, keen satire and rollicking stage shows.
On the cutting-edge since she first stepped on stage at the Comedy Store along Sunset Boulevard in the ’70s, I Love Being Me, Don’t You? follows a list of critically acclaimed shows including Without You I’m Nothing, released as a feature film, Excuses for Bad Behavior, Giving ‘Til It Hurts, Hero Worship, the Love Machine and Everything Bad and Beautiful. Described by WCBS as “Funny but foxy, super smart and slightly mad,” Bernhard has delivered her edgy and incisive work in extended runs off Broadway, as well as numerous tours throughout the U.S. and Europe.
Sandra Bernhard Live! @ Lakeshore Theater
Sandra Bernhard Serenades Boy George – Next Time
Justin Bond & Sandra Bernhard – It Might Be You
Madonna y Sandra Bernard en David Letterman 1988
Sandra Bernhard on “David Letterman Show” 1985
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