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One dead mother, two estranged sisters and a funeral that brings a family together and skeletons out of the closet. In the third installment of what Zachary Clause refers to as the Sherry Triptych, audiences are invited, once more, into the world of Clause's alter-ego, Sherry Duval-Covington, as she makes a cabaret of her mother's funeral. The honor of your presence is requested at a celebration of life, grief, and the power of sisterhood told through the music of artists from Elton John to Diana Ross.
Performed by Zachary Clause and Courtney Cowart
Directed by Reed Whitney
Musical Direction by Karl St. Lucy
About the creator:
Zachary Clause has been performing as Sherry Duvall-Covington for the past five years whose shows “Is That All There Is?,” “Sherry on a Holiday,” and “Sherry at a Funeral” have been presented at Pangea, The Red Room, and The Laurie Beechman Theatre. His other cabarets, “Zachary Clause Does Bette Midler at the Continental Baths,” “1971,” and “Hey Girl!” were both Time Out Critics’ Picks and featured in The New York Times’ Fall Jazz roundup.