Legendary soap star, cabaret singer and raconteur, Eileen Fulton, will appear at Bob Egan’s – New Hope Cabaret, at the Ramada of New Hope, PA on Sunday afternoon, April 17th at 3:00 PM, in a new show, Blame It On My Youth.
Directed by Diana Basmajian, with Bob Goldstone as Music Director and Tom Hubbard on Bass, Fulton will delight audiences when she adds her signature flair to such classic standards as "Fever," "Blue Moon" and "Stormy Weather," among others. She will also perform a special rendition of "Blame It On My Youth," the famous jazz standard written by Oscar Levant and Edward Heyman.
Fulton will also share memorable stories of growing up as a preacher’s daughter in North Carolina; becoming the vixen of daytime television; her time spent in Hollywood and all of her loves and let go’s — the men who got away — and the men who she survived to tell about.
Most recognized for her role as Lisa Grimaldi on the popular CBS soap As the World Turns, Fulton is also an established recording artist and cabaret performer as well as author of multiple books. She has also performed on stage in such Broadway productions as Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf as well as many off-Broadway productions such as The Fantasticks. She has been the recipient of many prestigious awards such as the Lifetime Achievement Award by the TV Academy and was also inducted into the Soap Opera Hall of Fame.
The show has a $25 music charge with a $15 food and drink minimum. The Ramada of New Hope is located at 6426 Lower York Road. (Route 202) New Hope, PA 18938. For reservations or to purchase tickets please call: 215-862-5221 or visit: www.BobEgansnewhope.com
Wednesday, February 16, 2011