Posted by Justin D Williams
Come dressed to kill, grab a drink, and take aim at a night of music with everyone's favorite secret agent. Served straight up with a twist, Shaken Not Stirred: The Music of James Bond premieres at The Django NYC on September 10th! The night begins with a pre-show hour of intrigue, cocktails and interactions with the cast of characters including Barry Cade, Anna Sassin, Mona Lott, Neil Down, Plenty O’Toole, Holly Goodhead, May Day, and the dangerously seductive Romanova dancers.
With the scene set and whistles wet, the show goes on with explosive musical performances of Bond theme songs past and present delivered by top Broadway performers including P.J. Griffith, Julia Haltigan, Natalie Joy Johnson, Matt Hetherington and Grace Stockdale. Saucy comedy and variety acts punctuate the evening with Kevin Carr, Anna Copacabana, Amy Gordon, Trixie Little and the Romanova Dancers performing.
Performed by a live band, the song list includes the music of Adele, Aha, Sheryl Crow, Duran Duran, Garbage, Tom Jones, Paul McCartney, Nancy Sinatra, Sam Smith, and Jack White.
Shaken Not Stirred is the ultimate night of immersive cabaret for Bond fans, secret agents and anyone looking for a good time!
Performances run Sunday nights September 10 - November 19, 2017 at The Django, a Parisian jazz age inspired club in The Roxy Hotel.
The Roxy Hotel, 2 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013
The Django serves craft cocktails and a curated selection of small plates and entrees.
here are two shows each Sunday:
6:00pm, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED : Operation Golden Balls
Doors open at 5:00 for our “Hour of Intrigue”
9:00pm, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED : Dare If You Don’t
Doors open at 8:00 for our “Hour of Intrigue”
Tickets can be purchased at ShakenNotStirredNYC.com
$49 - table seating
$69 - VIP reserved table, complimentary champagne
Shaken Not Stirred is a Her Majesty production conceived and created by
Damien Gray and co-created and produced by Peter McCabe. The show choreography
is by Katherine Roarty and the musical arrangements are by Andy Peterson