|Baroness Elisa (www.baronesselisa.com) is performing with “Synergy” on the luxury Fred Olsen cruise liner Braemer in Balestrand Sognafjord, Sunday May 29th. "Elegant, but not stuffy" best describes the atmosphere on board Braemar which came into service in 2001. At 19,089 tons and with 376 well-appointed cabins and suites, Braemar upholds the Fred Olsen tradition of small-ship intimacy without compromising on personal space. |
On board, the Baroness’ performance is small and intimate before returning to the United States for a charitable event in South Florida later this summer. Baroness Elisa defines the best in cabaret theater and South Florida audiences are invited support the leading Gay and Lesbian organization, Compass,in a spectacular charity fundraiser in Delray Beach on Sunday, August 7th.
Compass, Inc. (www.compassglcc.com), is the Palm Beach County gay and lesbian community center dedicated to promoting pride, diversity, and public awareness of, for, and by Palm Beach County’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents and visitors. Compass provides social services and support for gay youth and gay families. Compass also offers a clean, safe meeting space for a variety of national, state, and local organizations as well as social, service, support and athletic groups that meet the diverse interests of the county’s LGBT people. Compass is the largest LGBT community center in the Southeast United States and is the seventh largest in the nation in budget size, staff size and diversity of funded programs.
Great musical theater songs the Baroness has chosen for this charity theatrical event are dramatically intense, touching, witty, ironic, and just plain charming. Baroness Elisa, who has performed on world stages throughout Europe and Australia, noted, “It is an honor and privilege to perform for this noble and important cause”.
The intimate three hundred seat Crest Theatre in Delray Beach provides a perfect theater venue where the Baroness Elisa’s charisma and audience connection can thrive. The Crest Theatre is located at the historic Old School Square, 51 North Swinton Ave., in downtown Delray Beach.
Theater reviewers raved about the Baroness’ show: “The slender red-headed ingénue melts the hearts of audiences. She is in every sense of the word a beautiful woman, earthy, gentle, and comfortable with herself, and in touch with her audience. The Baroness is joined her talented musical director, husband, and Baron, Peter Gerolymatos on the piano.”
Ticket prices are affordably priced at $50 and may be purchased on the internet through Ticketweb at www.ticketweb.com or by calling 866-468-7630.
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