On Sunday, August 12, at 7:00 p.m., Fado, the popular Huntington Village restaurant, will offer Sunday Kind of Love, a sold-out New York City cabaret show, as a dinner show. Fado features Portuguese and American cuisine and is located at 10 New Street, Huntington.
The show was directed by Linda Ray, director of Huntington Cabaret, with musical direction by award-winning New York City musical director Darius Frowner. The cast features Matthew Burns, Joanna Durante, Michelle Beth Herman, Stephanie Horowitz-Mulry, Lexie Martin and Arianna Paz.
A four-course dinner including a glass of wine plus the show will be $65. Seating is limited. For reservations, call Fado at (631) 351-1010.
Darius Frowner is a Bistro Award-winning New York City cabaret musical director and pianist who has played in Greenwich Village nightclubs, and at other major New York City venues such as The Duplex, The Metropolitan Room, The New York Hilton, Sardi’s and The Rainbow Room. He frequently collaborates with Broadway performers from shows including Rent, The Lion King and Phantom of the Opera. He was musical director and pianist for Norm Lewis (currently starring on Broadway in Porgy and Bess) at The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC.
Many audiences in the United States and Europe have seen his work on Broadway tours of Ain’t Misbehavin’ and in various projects with Irving Street Rep. Other shows include A Chorus Line, Chicago, Fame and Jelly’s Last Jam, which will be filmed for HBO.
Linda Ray, Director of Huntington Cabaret
Linda Ray has directed numerous sold-out cabaret shows in major New York City clubs and in restaurants and other venues in the New York metropolitan area.