Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Francesca Capetta Sings Dean Martin: A Centennial Celebration this July

Hey pallies, likes news of Dino-centennial celebrations are startin' to come in on the ol' world wide web and we are bettin' that as the days draw nearer and nearer to the date of our Dino's entrance into our world, June 7, we won't have the time and energy to share them all.  So, likes we are gonna have to make some decisions of what to share and what not to share with all youse Dino-holics.

Likes, as you probably are already guessin', today's Dino-devotion is 'bout an upcomin' tribute to our most beloved Dino on this 100 year mark of leavin' his  marvelous mark on this ol' world.  From the blog "Broadway WORLD" comes the wonderful word that a risin' star on the musical scene, Miss Francesca Capetta, whose list of cool credentials are posted below, is hugely homagin' our main man on July 12 at 8 p.m.  And, likes digs this pallies, this Dino-tribute is bein' held in the Big Apple and bein' performed at none other then Carnegie Hall.

We gotta 'fess up that this news made us wanna checks out whether our Dino ever played Carnegie Hall...'cause we couldn't remember, and we found that indeed on January 27, 1961 our Dino 'long with fellow Rat Packers Mr. Frank Sinatra and Mr. Sammy Davis, Jr. where part of a host of entertainers who partook of  a benefit performance in honor of  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr..

So, we find it 'specially thrillin' to know that Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall in particular, will be hostin' this reverent remembrance for our King of cool.  All the details are below, and we are sure that tons of Dino-holics in the NYC area are goin' wanna pilgrimage to iconic palace of grand musical performances to hear our iconic Dino bein' coolly celbrated.  We thanks the pallies at "Broadway WORLD" for gettin' this news out in a timely manner givin' Dino-devotees plenty of time to make plans and provisions,  To checks this out in it's original source, likes clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

Francesca Capetta Sings Dean Martin: A Centennial Celebration this July

by BWW News Desk May. 18, 2017

Francesca Capetta Sings Dean Martin: A Centennial Celebration this July

 Francesca Capetta Sings Dean Martin: A Centennial Celebration this July

This performance celebrates the 100th birthday of Italian-American entertainer Dean Martin. The show, written and performed by Francesca Capetta, features Tony Award-winner Liliane Montevecchi (Broadway: Nine {Tony and Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical}, Grand Hotel {Tony Nomination}, Le Plume de Ma Tante. Irma la Douce, Gigi, Hello Dolly!) and cabaret singer Stacy Sullivan (It's a good day-A tribute to Miss Peggy Lee, On the Air, Since you've asked). Music Director: Ian Herman, Violin: Russell Farhang.

Francesca Capetta is a singer and actress who has appeared in major theaters in New York City, Canada, Italy and China. In the USA she has been spotlighted in "Broadway's Rising Stars" at Town Hall, "Francesca Capetta: An Italian In New York" at Feinstein's/54 Below, "Ziegfeled Midnight Frolic" at the Broadway Liberty Theater. This season Francesca Capetta premiered her solo show "Broadway and Jazz" in Italy for the Humanitarian Organization "Amitié Sans Frontières" with the patronage of the Principality of Monaco, Montecarlo, as well as in Hong Kong where she will be performing on June 2017 for the Italian National Day for the Italian Embassy. Francesca is also the recipient of the "Italian-American Award in the Performing Arts" from Mario Fratti. On stage, she recently appeared in the immersive musical "Bloody Beginning" directed by Cynthia Von Buhler. www.francesca-capetta.com

Ticket Information Tickets, priced at $35, are available at the Carnegie Hall Box Office, 154 West 57th Street, or can be charged to major credit cards by calling CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 or by visiting the Carnegie Hall website, carnegiehall.org


Danny G. said...

Sounds like a SWINGIN' night on the town! These fun fun shows will be poppin' up a lot over the next couple of weeks, I'm sure!

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Danny-o, we're certain youse is correct and we ain't gonna be able to keep up with all of 'em, but we thoughts this one was 'specially cool since it is at Carnage Hall, where our Dino took the stage himself with Mr. Sinatra and Mr. Davis, Jr. Keeps lovin' 'n sharin' our most beloved Dino!