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Love and Other Feelings

Revealed at Hidden Cabaret

Valentine's Day is one day a year...
What about the other 364?

Ruby Rakos, Marcie Henderson, Stephen Miller, Roderick Lawrence, Sarah Parnicky, Shane Weisman and the acclaimed Terry Burrus on keys join host Craig Horsley for songs, stories and smiles.


Ruby Rakos got her start in the Broadway production of Billy Elliot at age twelve, and has starred as Judy Garland in several productions of the musical Chasing Rainbows: the Road to Oz, about Judy’s early years at MGM, most recently at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Next up is her first solo show, Twentysomething, at the Birdland Theater on June 16th. You can follow her on Instagram @lostinrubyland.


Roderick most recently completed a critically acclaimed performance in Bars and Measures at Urban Stages where he displayed his dramatic and scatting talents. His musical theatre credits include Simba in The Lion King national tour; and in regional productions Guy in Once and Ramses in Dreamwork’s The Prince of Egypt. Television and film work include Comedy Central’s Broad City and the upcoming theatrical release of What the Heart Wants. You can follow him @rodericklaw on Instagram.


Sarah most recently wrapped her first TV shows The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Billy on the Street. She made her Off-Broadway debut creating the heroine in Desperate Measures at New World Stages. She has played lead roles in several short films. Sarah holds undergrad and grad degrees from the U of Southern Cal, and developed in opera, theatre, and dance apprenticeships at leading companies worldwide before her NYC screen & stage debuts. @sarahparnicky



Marcie Henderson has performed in cabarets on the East and West Coasts and is delighted to be singing for Hidden Cabaret's Love and Other Feelings.  Marcie is also an actor and has appeared on stage for the Astoria Performing Arts Center, Gallery Players, Secret Theatre, The York Theatre, La Mama, Metropolitan Playhouse, Houston TUTS, Ogunquit Playhouse, Theatre Works Silicone Valley and many others.


Stephen Miller returns to taking center stage after 20 years of working behind the scenes on the Off-Broadway circuit. In addition to his commercial work, he has lent his talents to academia in Special Education in New Hampshire and was Chair of the drama program for Newfound Memorial Middle School. Stephen has a long range of theatrical extravaganzas, including his work at the Metropolitan Opera in the Children’s chorus led by Elena Dore, as well as studying with the late Sanford Meisner. He produced a successful Off-Broadway run of Siren's Den: A New Rock Musical. Follow him on Facebook.


Shane Weisman is a versatile, up-and-coming indie folk/rock singer-songwriter. Shane hails from Ohio and after attending Berklee College of Music, he has settled in Brooklyn. He performs weekly, singing and playing guitar all over New York either solo or with his self-named band. Shane’s first single, Hold onto Your Lover, can be streamed on multiple outlets and was chosen to be on the iHeart Radio's “Modern Singer-Songwriter” playlist. He is currently working on his second EP with producer Pete Hanlon. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.

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Terry Burrus is an internationally known pianist and musical director who has worked with Mariah, Diana, Aretha, Lena, Michael, and Bjork as well as multiple other performers who are not known only by their first name. His career has spanned all forms of entertainment from Off-Broadway at an early age in Young, Gifted and Broke by Weldon Irvine to the iconic film Fame to TV with Letterman, Johnny Carson and Arsenio Hall, as well as eight solo albums. Terry plays solo concerts around the world and is the music director for the world famous New York Times Symphony Orchestra as well as the Washington Post Symphony Orchestra in the classical pop scene. Follow him on

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