After a two-decade absence, internationally acclaimed West End and New York singing star Lorna Dallas returns to the world of cabaret with her new show, Home Again.
Yes, she’s back… with a soupçon of Gershwin, Kern, Kander & Ebb, Amanda McBroom, Jerry Herman, Stephen Sondheim and a few surprises from both sides of the Pond. Dallas said:
“Home Again is a ‘love letter’ to a place that I’ve always cherished, right here in England among the many friends and fans who have been so loyal to me over the many years. This is, by far, my most personal show, created with my wonderful ‘Team Dallas’, longtime director Barry Kleinbort and the inimitable Jason Carr as musical director.
One of the joys in putting this show together has been rediscovering the rich reservoir of music from the various composers I have known or wished I had known. Home Again also finds me celebrating a fulfilling love as well as reveling in a new phase of life, my return to the stage, my favorite ‘home’ away from home.”
Dallas, who came to prominence in this country when she co-starred opposite Dame Cleo Laine in the landmark revival of Show Boat, has since appeared in many West End productions as well as recordings, concerts, films and her own BBC TV show. Her previous cabaret performances on both sides of the pond were met with unqualified praise.
Home Again plays Live At Zedel on 27 June and 4 July. For more information or to book tickets, please visit the website.