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Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

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Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

Recurring

Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Suzanne Roberts Theatre 480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The time is 1959. The place is a seedy bar in Philadelphia. The audience is about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a riveting portrait of the lady and her music.

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