A podcast-release extravaganza featuring star studded sensual edutainment! Andréa Lloyd Webber and Yon Yonson are BACK, and there’s room enough in this jacuzzi for everyone, baby.
Join semi-celebrated American mezzo-soprano Andréa Lloyd Webber (no relation), and her intrepid spirituo-musical accompanist Yon Yonson phD (unaccredited) for an evening of sensual edutainment at Paradise Dream, the most romantic lover’s resort in the Poconos. The delusional duo will croon and cavort with esteemed friends, nemeses, and sexperts as they celebrate Paradise Dream’s best and only radio station, WXXX 106.9 THE SPASM! Bring a date with a face for radio - this tryst is not to be missed.
Doors 6:30 PM, show 7:00 PM.
Tickets $18 in advance, $20 at the door.
This event is mixed seated and standing room. Seats are first-come, first-served.
REFUND POLICY: Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.
Andréa Lloyd Webber (no relation) is a chanteuse, actreuse, innovateuse, and world-semi-celebrated mezzo soprano. Classically trained as a tenor in Rio, Andréa has studied under the tutelage of masters across the globe before taking up her post with her collaborateur Yon Yonson as resident artístes of the bastion of creativity, sensuality, and bingo that is Paradise Dream Couples Resort. For booking, private engagements, or access to Andréa’s full extended resumé, please inquire with her personal assistant Jenna Philips.
Yon Yonson (phD, unaccredited) exists in a wide straddle betwixt the academic and the artistic on this, his earth journey. He is honored to be píaníst in residénce and open swinger at Paradise Dream. The founder/dean/president/current professor emeritus of the Yonsonian Private Institute of Musical Portmantology, Yon also holds his approximately annual equinoctal ululation and crystal ceremony in Palmdale California every twelfth new moon. For information on registration and pricing please contact his apprentice and representative Ian Axness.
Jeanna Phillips is a maker of music and theatre for folks of all ages. Writing for theatre: COWBOY BOB (Upcoming: The Village Theatre. Previously at New York Stage and Film, Polyphone Festival, Ars Nova); what’s this called, this spirit? (Ars Nova, Dixon Place); ANDREA LLOYD WEBBER (Liberty Hall with the Dance Cartel, La MaMa Cabaret with Harunalee, Littlefield with Political Subversities, Cmon Everybody, Ars Nova). Performance: Toshi Reagon’s Parable of the Sower (The Public, Carolina Performing Arts, the Arts Center Abu Dhabi), Karen O's Stop the Virgens (St Ann's Warehouse, Sydney Opera House); TROUBLEMAKER (Berkeley Rep). She’s a current member of Fresh Ground Pepper’s Playground Playgroup, and an alumna of The Civilians R&D Group and Yale Institute of Music Theatre. Her early education music program, Little Bandits, makes noise for kids and grown ups all over Brooklyn. BFA NYU Tisch, Experimental Theatre Wing.
Ian Axness is a collaborative music director and pianist based in New York City, working between forms of concert music and contemporary theater. He writes music for plays and secret dinners, devises semi-improvised variety shows, and accompanies countless new music-theater projects. Ian has worked with organizations including the New York Philharmonic, New Dramatists, Yale Rep, York Theatre, 92nd Street Y, Juilliard, Brooklyn College, NYU Gallatin, and New York City Opera. Selected credits: Beardo, Clown Bar (Pipeline Theatre); A Ride on the Irish Cream (Abrons), Pericles (Two River), Mermaiden (Spring Street Social Society), The Threepenny Opera (Atlantic), As You Like It (Public/Delacorte), Political Subversities (Ars Nova & The PIT). Faculty: Playwrights Horizons Theater School. BA: Oberlin College