Tickets $75 each*.
For dinner/show reservations, call Cotuit Center's dedicated reservation line, 774-253-3099 or visit their website to reserve online.
For overnight package, call the Dan'l Webster Inn directly at: (508) 888-3622. Includes Dinner and Show, a 20% discount off your room rate and a $15 breakfast voucher. Discount not valid with other discounts/offers.
* Includes a taxable 20% administrative fee and 7% Meals Tax. The 20% taxable administrative fee does not represent a tip or service charge for the wait staff, employees, service employees or bartenders. These employees are compensated by being paid a higher hourly rate.
& DINNER SERIES
at the Dan'l Webster Inn
presented by Cotuit on the Road and Brave Horse Music
Friday, January 15, 2016
“Cerise & Friends present:
A Tribute to Black Jazz Artists”
Jazz singer Cerise Bynoe will honor some of the greatest women and men in jazz in this passionate and soulful tribute to black legends Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holliday, Nat King Cole, Sarah Vaughan, & present day jazz singers, Patti Labelle, Anita Baker, Gladys Knight and Diana Reeves.
“These are the singers who inspired me,” said Cerise. “They are the ones I studied and who helped me develop my own style.” Cerise will be joined by good friend and talented singer Anthony Teixeira, on several duets. They have worked together on several shows including “What The World Needs Now-A Musical Tribute to Burt Bacharach” (which will be part of the trilogy series on March 25th) and Anthony’s own show “Anthony Teixeira sings Tony Bennett Duets with Friends”. A cameo appearance by Ruth Condon will sings a Diana Reeves song penned by local singer songwriter, Kami Lyle.
Though Cerise won’t be impersonating these jazz greats, she will be share some background information on the songs and present her own interpretation of the music.
Friday, March 25, 2016
“What the World Needs Now—A Musical Tribute to Burt Bacharach”
The musical revue, which is produced and directed by Ruth Condon, was originally presented at CCftA in March of 2014 and brought back in June of 2015. “Both runs completely sold out every performance,” said Condon. “The audience—and the cast members—enjoyed it so much that we are thrilled to be bringing it to the Dan’l Webster Inn”. The show will feature 29 songs written between 1958 and 1995, including “Walk on By,” “Wishin’ and Hopin,’” Alfie,” “Heartlight,” and “This House is Empty Now,” a collaboration with Elvis Costello. The Show features anecdotes and short vignettes, including projected images and video. Burt Bacharach has written 73 Top 40 hits, won six Grammy Awards and three Academy Awards, and is currently writing a Broadway musical with Elvis Costello based on the album “Painted by Memory” they created in the 1990s. His music is part of American culture.
Friday, April 8, 2016
“The Beat Goes On-A Musical Journey Through the 60’s”
An original multimedia musical revue produced by Ruth Condon and Anthony Teixeira that debuted and sold out at Cotuit Arts in February 2015. “We have put together a show that highlights some monumental and emotional events of that decade, a rollercoaster ride of music and magic,” Condon promises.
The first act features the decade’s early pop songs like Petula Clark’s “Downtown,” “Please Mr. Postman,” The Turtles’ “So Happy Together” and many more well-loved tunes, with the cast attired in mod clothing! “The second half turns a little darker, as we take a look at the Vietnam War, the civil rights movement and student protest marches, before switching gears to the lunar landing and ending on a lighter note,” says Condon. Songs in the second act include “War (What is It Good for?),” sung originally by Edwin Starr; the Buffalo Springfield hit, “For What It’s Worth”; and “Aquarius” from the musical, Hair.