Click the orange links for more information!
One of the most wonderful and unique shows you will see this year or any year in cabaret is C’Mon Get Pappy! It’s the perfect remedy for the winter blues and I guarantee you that if you are depressed by the weather and other events in your life you will walk out of this show feeling better than you ever had because Brett and “Pappy” Lowell are presenting a life-enhancing act that cannot fail to lift your spirits. Don’t miss them! --Times Square Chronicles
"The songs they chose and the stories they told of their journey through life as father and son started sending shivers up and down my spine. Something in the universe caused me to be there be myself to enjoy a show that would move me so deeply."
--The Huffington Post
"What a great concept for a show." "Pappy spews pearls of wisdom and Brett sings about those pearls...they are totally charming on stage" "I laughed a lot." --Cabaret Hotline Online
Yes, there have been autobiographical cabaret shows about surviving the dire things with which life confronts us, Not one has been more entertaining nor more optimistic than C’Mon Get Pappy!. --Times Square Chronicles
"Brett and Pappy did a great job. I went through a hundred tissues! It was incredibly touching, funny and sweet...we loved it. Darius is one of the most brilliant accompanists in New York."--Robin
Spielberg. pianist/composer/recording artist
"The most amazing cabaret show ever…! I am not kidding when I say that I was moved to tears." --Charlie the Matchmaker
"The BEST psychotherapy session I had in months!" --Dr. Ramon Vera
[T]he greatest comic interplay like no other recent cabaret act since award-winner Joan Jaffe did her award winning shows with her late husband Hal Blankenship. --Times Square Chronicles
The entire show is a joyful inspiration that communicates directly to the hearts of the audience and thrills us to the core of our being. --Times Square Chronicles
"A lovely and loving powerful testament!... There was such love and joy in that room." Christopher Cartmill, award winning playwright, actor, director, NYU Professor of theater, playwrighting, & acting