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EMILY BERGL 2/21/2015
- February 21st, 2015 @ 8:00pm

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Copa Room

Copa Room

244 E Amado Rd | Palm Springs CA 92262

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Emily Bergl burst onto the cabaret scene in 2011 with her debut hit show “Kidding on the Square” in the historic Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel. She received rave reviews from The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News, and was crowned “A Harlow for the New Era” by Stephen Holden of the The New York Times. For her next show she headlined at the legendary Café Carlyle, receiving a Nightlife Award for Best Musical Comedy Performer. Ms. Bergl, who has since toured the country with her shows, is heralded for her unique “nouveau cabaret” style in which she blends classics from the Great American Songbook with rock and roll hits and pop favorites.

Ms. Bergl currently stars as Sammi, daughter to William H. Macy on the Showtime dramedy “Shameless.”  She is also well known as the tragic housewife Beth Young on ABC's "Desperate Housewives," the eccentric cop’s wife Tammi on TNT’s “Southland,” and the whimsical Annie on ABC’s “Men in Trees,” as well as guest appearances on numerous television shows.  Last fall she also guest starred in Steven Soderbergh’s new series for CInemax,“The Knick.”  She most recently appeared on Broadway last year opposite Scarlett Johansson in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” and as the female lead in “The Comedy of Errors” at the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park. She is a veteran of Broadway shows as well as numerous productions Off-Broadway and throughout the country.  Ms Bergl has  appeared in many films and was introduced to the industry in her debut starring role in “The Rage: Carrie 2”.

Her album, “Emily Bergl: Live at the Algonquin,” the last album to be recorded in the Oak Room, is available on Amazon and iTunes.

Til I Get It Right,Ms. Bergl’s third and latest show, debuted at New York’s 54 Below to rave reviews.

“Her nightclub performances are so fearless – you might even say reckless – in their iconoclasm” – The New York Times.


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