PAST EVENTS

Hard Decisions: An Interactive Webseries

11.23.15 |ALL DAY

The Internet, US

Release of Hard decisions directed by Eli Rarey! An interactive webseries involving aliens, drag queens, thruples therapy, and AIDS awareness. I play Melissa, the girl who just wants to be involved and is so annoying but we love her.

Jackson Hole Writer's Conference

06.25.15 to 06.27.15 |daily

Jackson Hole , WY US

I'll be editing submitted manuscripts for the Jackson Hole Writer's Conference.

UCLA - LA Times Festival of Books

04.19.15 |3-5pm

Los Angeles, CA US

I'll be signing all three of my novels - The Land of Curiosities - and my little kid book - Time for Parks in honor of Earth Day and National Parks Week!

Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Conference

02.06.15 to 02.08.15 |daily

New York , US

I'll be attending the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Winter Conference in New York City at the Grand Hyatt.

Visionary Women Author Event @ The Last Bookstore

10.19.14 |4-6pm

Los Angeles, CA , USA

The Last Bookstore is a magical reading palace situated in an old bank in downtown Los Angeles. The Last Bookstore is happy to welcome Dawn Kohler, Deanna Neil, and Desiree Zamorano as they read and discuss their latest work.

Red Eye of the Buffalo - Book Release

03.01.14 |12:00pm

Book 3 in The Land of Curiosities Trilogy will be released on Yellowstone's Birthday, March 1st 2014! Stay tuned for purchasing locations and press.

Teaching Artist at Camp Ramah

07.22.12 to 07.29.12 |Week-long residency

Conover , WI USA

I'll be leading a creative writing class for campers.

The Jackson Hole Writer's Conference

06.28.12 to 06.30.12 |10am-8pm

Jackson Hole, WY, USA

Every summer, passion for the written word brings writers together in Grand Teton National Park's backyard. Jackson Hole Writers Conference attendees are young and old, veterans and tenderfoots with one common denominator: they all love writing.

Fracturing: A play by Deanna Neil

03.14.12 |TBA

Jackson Hole, WY United States

My play about how Hydraulic Fracturing divides a town (adapted from Ibsen's "Enemy of the People") will receive a reading at Jackson Hole's Off-Square Theater company.

Grand Teton Music Festival ‘Opera in the Schools’

01.19.12 to 01.21.12 |Daily lectures

Jackson Hole, WY United States

The Grand Teton Music Festival invited me to develop an OPERA 101 test curriculum and short presentation for students in local middle/high school vocal programs, surrounding the MET Broadcast of "The Enchanted Island."

Relationships: True Stories From Los Angeles' Muslims and Jews

11.13.11 |7pm

Los Angeles

Premiere of my story, "The Bird and the Fish" at a live storytelling event, Moth-style.
Busby's
5364 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA

MURFREESBORO-Theatre@Chowan will present the regional premiere of Deanna Neil’s new play, Fracturing

04.15.11 to 04.17.11 |7pm, 2:30pm

Murfreesboro, NC USA


The cast, comprised of Chowan University students, includes: Ralph Dues (Freshman, Boca Raton, FL), Meagan Maloney (Junior, Chesapeake, VA), Debra Maingi (Junior, Wake Forest, NC), LaVontae Wilson (Sophomore, Durham, NC), Michale Siverio (Junior, Richmond, VA), Brian Halbach (Sophomore, Centerville, VA), Chi Chi Uzoma (Junior, Wake Forest), Anna Jones (Junior, Hampton, VA). The production is directed by Steven Harders, Associate Professor of Communication and Theatre at Chowan.

Performances are Friday, April 15th, and Saturday, April 16, at 7p.m., and Sunday, April 17, at 2:30 p.m. in Turner Auditorium in the McDowell Columns Building on the Chowan University Campus. Admission is free. Patrons are encouraged to arrive early.

Free Admission

Opening for FogelFoot

03.12.11 |10:00pm

Los Angeles, CA USA

Where: 321 Lounge at Taix, 1911 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles 90026 (Echo Park)
When: 10:00 p.m.

Fogelfoot returns to Taix on Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park Saturday night, March 12, with special guests Deanna Neil and Carrie Wade. It's free to get in but you'll need to buy drinks or food.
http://www.fogelfoot.com/2011/02/fogelfoots-daylight-savings-time-revue/#more-316

Association of Partners for Public Lands (APPL) Convention and Trade Show: "Broadening Our Horizons"

02.21.11 to 02.24.11

Dallas, TX USA

The 2011 APPL Partnership Convention & Trade Show promises to be another great training event for nonprofit public land professionals and their agency partners.

Sit n Spin

01.27.11 |8pm

Los Angeles, CA

Where: Comedy Central Stage at the Hudson Theater
6539 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood

I'll be the musical guest.

Sexy Tales and Other Intimate Acts

01.01.11 |7pm

Los Angeles, CA

I WON'T BE IN THIS TONIGHT DUE TO THE FLU! NOT VERY SEXY!
El Cid
4212 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
1.11.11--Theme: The ONE! Doors Open 6:30PM. Show begins at 7. Tickets are only $5. Readings, live music, dance, hooping and more!

FogelFoot's Holiday Show

12.17.10 |10:00pm - 1:00am

Los Angeles, CA

321 Lounge @ TAIX in Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA
Fogelfoot brings its annual revue of Songs for Holidays That Never Happened And Probably Shouldn't to the much-renowned, swanky and Francophilic TAIX on Sunset Blvd. Strategic Guest Stars: Deanna Neil and TBA.

Cantorial Soloist at Yale

09.17.10 to 09.18.10 |Friday to Saturday evening

New Haven, CT

Slifka Center. Reform Jewish High holidays.

Cantorial Soloist at Yale

09.08.10 to 09.09.10 |Wed eve to Thurs afternoon

New Haven , CT USA

Slifka Center, Reform Jewish high holidays

Fracturing a play by Deanna Neil based on Ibsen's Enemy of the People

07.08.10 to 07.18.10 |TBA

New York, NY

The Flamboyán Theater, 107 Suffolk St
Visit the Sweeter Theater for more information.

L.A. Times Festival of Books

04.24.10 to 04.25.10 |10:00am-6:00pm

Los Angeles, CA

General attendance is free!

WHAT:
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. The festival was an immediate success and has become the largest and most prestigious book festival in the country, attracting more than 130,000 book lovers each year.

WHERE: UCLA
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024

WHEN:
Sat, April 24th, 2010, 10:am-6:00pm
Sun, April 25th, 10:00am-5:00pm

Association of Partners for Public Lands (APPL) Convention and Trade Show: "Broadening Our Horizons"

02.21.10 to 02.24.10

Dallas, TX USA

The 2011 APPL Partnership Convention & Trade Show promises to be another great training event for nonprofit public land professionals and their agency partners.

New York School Tour

11.16.09 to 11.20.09

Author visits local New York City schools for readings and workshops.

San Fransisco Green Festival

11.13.09 to 11.15.09

San Fransisco, CA

November 13-15, 2009
Friday – 12pm – 7pm
Saturday – 10am – 7pm
Sunday – 11am – 6pm
San Francisco Concourse Exhibition Center
635 8th St (at Brannan St)
San Francisco, CA 94103

Los Angeles School Tour

11.09.09 to 11.12.09

Author visits to Los Angeles area elementary schools for workshops and readings.

Author Book Siginings

07.10.09 to 08.24.09 |10am-3pm daily

Moose, WY USA

Deanna signs copies of "The Land of Curiosities" books 1 and 2 for most of the summer at the Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center in Moose, Wyoming, 12 miles North of Jackson Hole.
Info: (307) 739-3399

Happiness is the Problem: A phonographic Novel

07.01.09 |7:30pm

Wilmette, IL

Happiness is the Problem: a Phono-graphic Novel

"But, I mean, in order to, to actually do human trials you have to go
through all this rigmarole, and rent is due, we don't have time…"

Happiness is the Problem is a two-act opera buffa and comic book about idealism and disillusionment. It stars three young women who sell an elixir of happiness derived from the secretions of slugs that they market as "Euphoressence." Three sopranos, accompanied by a continuo ensemble of guitar, synthesizer, vibraphone, bass and drums, perform below projections of the comics.

by Jason Cady
graphics by Nadia Berenstein
directed by Jessica Redish
Featuring: Deanna Neil, Amanda Tarver, and Janette Zilioli
Wednesday, July 1 at 7:30pm
The Wilmette Theatre

Tickets are $20, and may be purchased via the Wilmette's website at www.wilmettetheatre.org or by calling their box office at 847.251.7424. Discounts available for groups, students and seniors.

MOMBO

06.19.09 to 06.21.09 |8pm

Chatham, NY

JUNE 19, 20 & 21 - Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 8 pm
MOMBO

We’re back on the boards with the first full production of this hilarious comedy by Chatham writer Alan Gelb.
Recently published by the Dramatists Play Service, Mombo explores the mother-child relationship through a series of short plays that run the gamut from wildly farcical to tenderly poignant. (One of the plays is included in the anthology The Best Stage Scenes 2008.) Directed by Bernie Kukoff, producer of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Mombo features a marvelous cast romping through some of the most inventive antics you’ll ever see!

PERFORMANCE SPACES for the 21st CENTURY
2980 Route 66
PO Box 364
Chatham, New York 12037
518.392.6121
http://www.ps21chatham.org/index.html

EarthFair 2009 at Grand Central

04.24.09 to 04.25.09

New York, NY

Come get your book signed!

Earth Week in Grand Central Terminal is the week-long celebration organized by Earth Day New York, consisting of The Giant Earth Images, and the EarthFair. Earth Week culminates with the EarthFair, a two-day festival of music, education and fun! Vanderbilt Hall comes to life during EarthFair with more than 50 environmental companies, non-profit organizations, and Earth Day New York sponsors, to entertain and inform children and adults.

Grand Central Terminal, Vanderbilt Hall
Vanderbilt Ave at 42nd street, NYC

http://www.earthdayny.org/earthday_2009.html

Go Green Expo New York

04.17.09 to 04.19.09 |10am-5pm

New York, NY

Come on out, buy a book and get it signed! Only $10 for a full weekend pass with guest speakers and hundreds of exhibitors.

http://www.gogreenexpo.com/

The Hilton New York
1335 Avenue of the Americas / 6th Ave at 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019

Saturday, April 18th • 10am - 6pm
Sunday, April 19th • 10am - 5pm

Lady Cakes Ball

04.16.09 |8:00pm

New York, NY

The Waverly Writers and Wanderlust Productions are throwin a hot party- come out and support your fellow artists! Oh and its not truly a ball so feel free to come casual.

When: April 16th -- doors open at 7.
Where: Karma (downstairs lounge) 51 First Avenue
http://www.karmanyc.com/
What: Free cup cakes, good music and scantily clad actors.
Schedule of events:
7-8 open mic (come and join)
8:30 -9 Performance by the amazing singer Deanna Neil http://www.deedeebird.com/html/about.php
9-30 Hot burlesque dancers steam things up
10-11 Steer Indie Rock Band
11-? Blue Jerry Jam (Grateful Dead cover band)

$10 at the door - What!? Yep, just 10 bucks.

* This is a party to benefit the all female production of Femme Feast
For tickets to Femme Feast May 10-12 at Manhattan Theatre Source:
https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/650485

NJ School Visit: Land of Curiosities Book Tour

04.16.09 |12pm-2pm

Morristown, NJ

Book signing and discussion at the Unity Charter School in New Jersey.
http://www.unity-nj.org/

Six Seeds: the persephone project

04.04.09 |8pm

New York, NY

The White Box
440 Studios
440 Lafayette Street
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003

"I am the story your mother told you, when you were a little girl. The story of a young woman. And a mysterious man. And a kidnapping. And a place beneath the earth. And a mother’s agony. And the world dying. And a rescue. And a reunion. And a pomegranate. Nobody every asked me what happened. What happened when I was gone, missing, kidnapped, stolen. It’s probably to late to tell you now, but time never mattered much to me."

A workshop performance presenting a 10 week exploration, unpacking and all around play date with the the myth of Persephone.

Conceived and Directed by Annie Levy

"All this is true, sore though it grieves me to tell the tale"
-- Homeric Hymn to Demeter

Happiness is the Problem: A Phono-Graphic Novel

03.19.09 |8pm

Brooklyn, NY USA

at Issue Project Room
232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, New York 11215
Cost: $10

"But, I mean, in order to, to actually do human trials you have to go through all this rigmarole, and rent is due, we don't have time…"

Happiness is the Problem is a two-act opera buffa and comic book about idealism and disillusionment. It stars three young women who sell an elixir of happiness derived from the secretions of slugs that they market as "Euphoressence."

Deanna Neil, soprano
Erin Flannery, soprano
Lisa Komara, mezzo-soprano
Mary Halvorson, guitar
Jason Cady, synthesizer
Joe Bergen, vibraphone
Tim Dahl, bass
Tomas Fujiwara, drums

music by Jason Cady
comic book by Nadia Berenstein
libretto by Jason Cady and Nadia Berenstein
dialogue by Jason Cady, Nadia Berenstein and Amy Cimini
http://www.issueprojectroom.org/

Tour with Mayim Rabim

11.15.08 to 11.18.08

Columbus, OH and Chicago, IL

"Hardball" Reading

11.10.08

New York, NY

Green Festival DC 2008

11.08.08 to 11.09.08

DC

Book Signing

November 8-9, 2008
Saturday 10AM - 7PM
Sunday Nov. 11AM - 6PM

Washington D.C. Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place, NW
Washington, DC 20001

From Green Festivals Website:
"Join us at the nation’s premier sustainability event, where you will see the best in green. Enjoy more than 125 renowned authors, leaders and educators; great how-to workshops; cutting-edge films; fun activities for kids; organic beer and wine; delicious vegetarian cuisine and diverse live music. Shop in our unique marketplace of more than 350 eco-friendly businesses—everything from all-natural body care products and organic cotton clothing to Fair Trade gifts and beautiful kitchen tiles made from renewable resources."

Cantor for Yom Kippur at NYU

10.08.08 to 10.09.08 |-

New York, NY

60 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
Reform: Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavilion (10th Floor)
Wednesday, 8pm
Thursday, 10am

Cantor for Rosh Hashannah at NYU

09.29.08 to 09.30.08 |-

New York , NY

60 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
Reform: Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavilion (10th Floor)
Monday, 8:00pm
Tuesday, 10:00am

Mayim Rabim/Great Waters

05.08.08 to 05.10.08 |8pm

New York , NY

MAYIM RABIM/GREAT WATERS is a ten piece song cycle composed by jazz vocalist Ayelet Rose Gottlieb spans erotic love poetry from the bible. With director Franny Silverman and video artist Renate Aller, Gottlieb creates a multi-sensory experience that starts at the moment one steps into the theatre. The show combines movement, video projections and Gottlieb's compositions. All the elements unfold the abstract narrative of the struggles of a woman in love.

Musicians: Ayelet Rose Gottlieb, Michael Gottlieb, Deanna Neil, Tammy Scheffer- Vocals Michael Winograd- Clarinet, Anat Fort- Piano, Greg Hefferman - Cello, Ronen Itzik- Drums

May 8-10
Thursday - Saturday at 8pm
Tickets from $20
$15 (students/seniors)
$10 (P.S. 122 members)

FOR TICKETS: http://www.ps122.org/performances/gottlieb.html

Enter Night: An exploration of bedtime

04.06.08 to 05.03.08 |-

New York

SUNDAY, APRIL 6th, 7:00pm
MONDAY, APRIL 7th, 8:30pm
THURSDAY, APRIL 17th, 8:30pm
FRIDAY, MAY 2nd, 8:30pm
SATURDAY, May 3rd, 8:00pm

LOCATION:
Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street (bet 8th and 9th)
For Information and Reservations
call 212-757-0788 or write to LaRedProductions@hotmail.com
$15 cover, 2 drink minimum

SHOW DESCRIPTION: We never know what the night may bring…a dream or a nightmare. Award-winning experimental soprano Deanna Neil weaves together a haunting story of the human experience of night through the exploration of nocturnal songs. From Metallica to Brahms and themes from lust to death, these aren’t just your mother’s lullabies.

New! Incorporated original music by Ms. Neil and recorded pedestrian street interviews add a fresh multicultural and multimedia dimension.

MAYIM RABIM and CYRO BAPTISTA Double Bill!

01.14.08 |9:30pm

New York , NY

The experimental jazz music of Ayelet Rose Gottlieb set to the text of the Song of Songs.
15$ (for BOTH bands!!)
At the beautiful new venue DROM (www.dromnyc. com)
Ave. A, between 5th 6th Streets

Jason Cady & The Artificials

12.20.07 |8:00pm

Brooklyn, NY

The Tea Lounge
837 Union St., Park slope, Brooklyn
Back to back with The Pavones, this experimental opera ensemble brings old-school singing together with the most modern of compositions and instruments, like the drum machine and the synth.
Cost : $5

Enter Night: Songs of Dreams and Nightmares

05.28.07 |8pm

London, England

The Battersea Barge
9 Elms Lane
Vauxhall (Vauxhall Tube, Exit 6)
Reservations: 0207498 0004


Deanna Neil makes her London debut. This adventurous young singer with a vocal range from opera to rock explores nocturnal themes from a wide range of material including The Tiger Lillies, Metallica and Billy Joel. Musical Direction by Michael Ferreri.
£7

Enter Night: Songs of Dreams and Nightmares

05.22.07 |9pm

London, England

The Battersea Barge
9 Elms Lane
Vauxhall (Vauxhall Tube, Exit 6)
Reservations: 0207498 0004


Deanna Neil makes her London debut. This adventurous young singer with a vocal range from opera to rock explores nocturnal themes from a wide range of material including The Tiger Lillies, Metallica and Billy Joel. Musical Direction by Michael Ferreri.
£7


Mayim Rabim Residency at BRIC

04.30.07 to 05.05.07

New York

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb experiments with theatrical/digital presentations of her original work, Mayim Rabim from the Song of Songs.

Cooking with Cohen

03.23.07 to 03.24.07

Winston Salem, NC

A Storahtelling Ritual Theater production addressing temple sacrifice and its role, if it has one, in modern day life.

Kurt Weill Vocal Competition

03.22.07

New York

Cooking With Cohen

03.13.07 |8:00pm

Atlanta, GA

A Storahtelling Ritual Theater production peformed at the Central Conference of American Rabbis.

Barrow Group School Winter Showcase

03.12.07 to 03.19.07 |6:30pm & 8:30pm

New York

TBG Arts Center Studio Theatre, 312 W36th Street, 3rd fl.
An engaging, entertaining look at the fresh faces of The Barrow Gorup School in contemporary scenes directed by Lee Brock. Featuring: Cate Campell, Prysm Freedman, Deanna Neil, Anthony Piana*, Stacey Snyder, Dan Via* and Alison Wright. *AEA. If you are an industry professional and would like to attend please RSVP tbgshowcase@googlegroups.com

Jason Cady & Nadia Aymone Berenstein: A Phono-graphic Novel

02.27.07 |10pm

New York

The Stone, Avenue C and 2nd Street

Preview performance of a comic book opera with music by Jason Cady and projected art by Nadia Aymone Berenstein. Erin Flannery (Soprano) Deanna Neil (Soprano) Lisa Komara (Mezzo-Soprano) Mary Halvorson (Guitar) Jessica Pavone (Bass & viola) Jason Cady (Synthesizer) & more

Goodnight Songs, Part III: Undressed

02.10.07 |10pm

New York

The Tank @ Collective: Unconscious. 279 Church Street between Franklin and White.

The third in a series of Goodnight Songs, Undressed reveals that the night time really IS the right time to be with the one you love. This cabaret is a seduction and exploration of those wee hour longings and love-songs through works by artists ranging from The Spaniels to The White Stripes. $8 cover.

Cardinal Directions Filming

01.08.07 to 01.12.07

Traveling down the East Coast for an independent film shoot.

Go Down Moses

01.05.07 to 01.07.07

Syracuse, NY

A Storahtelling Repertory Company production.

Ha Ha Hanukah: A Hip, Happy Happening of Holiday Humor

12.20.06 |9pm

New York

The Tank, 279 Church Street (bet Franklin and White)

Performers of all persuasions and none-- Jewish, Christian, Muslim & Atheist --share the stage in celebration of Hanukah...& all those other holidays going on. Mulled Manischevitz , cross-lingual carols, & a medley Decemberish delights.
Featuring 8 comics for 8 nights:Scott Blakeman, Leila Estes, Goddess Perlman,
Seth Herzog, Una Osato, Andrea Rosen, Mindy Raf, Harry Terjanian, MC Katie Halper & Xmas Carols in Hebrew by Deanna Neil.
FREE

Mayim Rabim with Ayelet Rose Gottlieb

12.20.06 |7:00pm

New York

Museum of Jewish Heritage- Memorial to the Holocaust
Edmond J. Safra Hall
36 Battery Place
Mayim Rabim is a song cycle composed by Ayelet to 10 segments of text from the erotic biblical love poem "Song of Songs." It is sung in the original Hebrew. Translation is woven into live performances.

Goodnight Songs, Part II: Dreams and Nightmares

12.06.06 |10:00pm

New York

The Tank @ Collective: Unconscious. 279 Church Street between Franklin and White.

The second in a series of Goodnight Songs, Dreams and Nightmares explores the unconscious mind through song, with a special focus on John Lennon's sleep obsession and Bob Dylan's dreams. $8 cover.
vocals: Deanna Neil
Piano, musical direction: Brian Gelfand

Goodnight Songs, Part II: Dreams and Nightmares

11.15.06 |10:00pm

New York

The Tank @ Collective: Unconscious. 279 Church Street between Franklin and White.

The second in a series of Goodnight Songs, Dreams and Nightmares explores the unconscious mind through song, with a special focus on John Lennon's sleep obsession and Bob Dylan's dreams. $8 cover.

The Birth of Laughter

11.10.06 to 11.11.06

Newtown, PA

Shir Ami, 101 Richboro Road, Newtown PA. 212-968-3400.

This Storahtelling show explores the biblical family drama of Abraham, Sarah, Hagar, Isaac and Ishmael.

FREE OPEN DRESS REHEARSAL IN NYC: 939 Eighth Avenue (Bet. 55th & 56th Streets) Studio 3A, 8:00pm

Ships at Sea (Salon Sunday)

10.29.06 |8pm (ish)

New York, NY USA

ROUGE WINE BAR's Salon Sundays, downstairs in the PARIS COMMUNE RESTAURANT
99 Bank Street, west of Hudson Street



I will be performing the role of "The Wife (Sophie)" in a 10-minute showcased musical reading of "Ships at Sea". The piece is based on a short story, "The Second Bakery Attack" by Haruki Murakami and it was developed in last year's BMI Musical Theatre Writing workshop. Lyrics by Kristin Maloney and music by Dan Furman. $15 food/drink minimum.
FEATURING:Carolyn Castiglia, Jan Douglas, Brian Munn, Deanna Neil

Babble

10.28.06 |11:00am

Stamford, CT

Temple Beth El, 350 Roxbury Road, Stamford CT. 203-322-6901.

What really happened? Why do we all speak different languages? The Storahtelling Repertory Company revisits the tower of Babel and its builders.

OPEN DRESS REHEARSAL IN NYC: 12pm on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH at THE ACTOR'S TEMPLE (47th Street bet 8th and 9th Avenues)

Goodnight Songs, Part I

10.18.06 |10:00 pm

New York

The Tank @ Collective: Unconscious. 279 Church Street between Franklin and White.

The first in a new series at the Tank, Goodnight Songs is the original. A solo cabaret of lullabies, dark tales and pining odes that unleashes your night demons with everything from Brahams to Metallica. $8 cover.
Vocals: Deanna Neil
Piano, backing vocals, musical director, genius: Brian Gelfand

Flat Five Jazz Sunday #3

10.08.06 |12 Noon

Toms River, NJ

Seacourt Pavilion. 635 Bay Avenue.
Live Jazz. Gourmet foods. Fine art. Swingin' company. Hosted by Narcissus Florals & Gifts. $8 cover.

Cantorial: Yom Kippur

10.01.06 to 10.02.06 |Evening 10/1: 8pm
Morning 10/2: 10am-12pm
Ne'ilah:5:30pm
Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavillion (10th Floor), 60 Washington Square South

NY, NY

Experience the Day of Atonement with the Jewish community at New York University. Write to info@deedeebird.com to reserve a space on the VIP list.
Rabbinic Intern: Jordie Gerson
Cantor: Deanna Neil

Cantorial: Rosh Hashanah

09.22.06 to 09.23.06 |Evening 9/22: 8pm
Morning 9/23: 10am-12pm
Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavillion (10th Floor), 60 Washington Square South

NY, NY

Come celebrate the Jewish new year with the reform student congregation at New York University. Write to info@deedeebird.com to reserve a space on the VIP list.
Rabbinic Intern: Jordi Gerson
Cantor: Deanna Neil

Post-Madonna Prima Donna: A One Act Opera [revised 2006]

07.28.06 |8:00pm

The Stone, NW corner of 2nd St. and Ave C, New York City, NY

Jason Cady presents a revised version of his avant-garde 2001 opera, Post-Madonna Prima Donna, and a new Cantata, Odi Et Amo. $10.00 cover.
Deanna Neil, Soprano
Mary Halverson, Guitar
Jessica Pavone, Bass
Sarah-Jane Ripa, Flute
Erin Flannery, Soprano
Emily Manzo, Piano
Aaron Siegel, Vibraphone
Jason Cady, Sythesizer

Goodnight Songs

06.18.06 |7:00pm

Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC, NY

When's the last time someone sang you a lullaby?
Come explore what tunes turn you on when the lights turn off. I'll be singing an eclectic group of sweet lullabies, dark tales and pining odes--everything from Tom Waits to Brahms to Mary Poppins.

$10 Cover
vocals: Deanna Neil
piano: Brian Gelfand
Bass and viola: Jessica Pavone
Director: Ben Rimalower

Goodnight Songs

05.23.06 |9:00pm ET

Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC, NY

When's the last time someone sang you a lullaby?
Come explore what tunes turn you on when the lights turn off. I'll be singing an eclectic group of sweet lullabies, dark tales and pining odes--everything from Tom Waits to Brahms to Mary Poppins.

$10 Cover
vocals: Deanna Neil
piano: Brian Gelfand
guitar: Daniel Raimi
Director: Ben Rimalower