Kathleen France sings

He's Got a Way
from forthcoming CD The Book of Love

Love is a Good Thing
from forthcoming CD The Book of Love

Kathleen France originally came to New York to pursue musical theatre.  A member of the Actor’s Equity Association (AEA) she has traveled the globe as a singer, actress, and dancer in various theatrical tours and productions.  Some of her favorite roles played were Norma Cassidy in the National Tour of Victor/Victoria, Mazeppa in Gypsy,  Fraulein Kost in Cabaret, and Rizzo in Grease.  In 2006 & 2007, Kathleen was nominated for New York Emmy Awards for her performance narration on BLUEPRINT NYC, an historical documentary series highlighting various New York landmarks. She has worked for MTV Animation on their Celebrity Death Match Series, has recorded a number of commercials, promos, radio spots, public service announcements and infomercials, and has most recently become the new voice of Lincoln Center. Kathleen burst on to the New York cabaret scene in 2009.  Her debut cabaret show entitled The Book Of Love was nominated for a 2010 MAC Award.  She is so excited to have had the opportunity to record her first CD along with Miranda Music: The Book Of Love: Live at the Metropolitan Room. 

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Kathleen France

Recordings

[Coming Soon!]

Check back regularly for news on Kathleen's exciting, new CD project, to be available on cdbaby.com and itunes.com.

Upcoming performance for Kathleen

Escape from the stresses of everyday life and be transported on a journey, with 2010 MAC Nominee Kathleen France, in her new show: VACATION.  Featuring music sung by artists such as Johnny Cash, Smokey Robinson, Eva Cassidy, Melody Gardot, Bruno Mars, U2, Queen, Norah Jones, Three Dog Night, and Wynonna Judd this upbeat show will take you away from the pressures of city life to a tropical island paradise.

Music Direction by Barry Levitt, Percussion by Mayra Casales, and Skip Ward on upright bass. Performances at Don’t Tell Mama, 343 W 46th St (btw 8th & 9th Ave)  

For Reservations Call:  (212) 757-0788 or sign up for tickets online at www.donttellmamanyc.com

Performance Dates in March and April