Tracy Silvia and Pamela Palmieri are so full of energy and excitement, they just about cracked the skylight in the ceiling at DANNY'S SKYLIGHT ROOM (342 West 46th Street, NYC - 1-212-265-8133 when I saw them perform as "The Gotham Girls" last Sunday afternoon. It’s a show about friendship, and this sassy, sparky pair bounce around the stage in a non-stop show of song and jest. With an occasional ballad to allow all of us to catch our breath, and a charming trio that included musical director Jerry Scott, the show is hopefully just the first of a number of great "Gotham Girls" shows to come. There's a disco medley (Mr. Scott is an expert at making a piano sound like an entire band), and a friendship medley that covers the subject with just about every friendship song written. Both performers act and sing in perfect harmony, in a fast-paced hour of true entertainment.

"The Gotham Girls" (Tracy Silvia and Pamela Palmieri) will return to DANNY'S SKYLIGHT ROOM (342 West 46th Street, NYC - 1-212-265-8133 - have one performance of "Take Two!" (the duet show) on Friday, October 10th at 7:00 pm. Cover is $10 ($5 CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE members), with a $10 minimum. Go - you will be amazed and entertained.

- from Cabaret Hotline Online #031003 – Thursday, October 9. 2003

 Tribune Review

Diamonds to event planner Dee Weinberg for orchestrating the sparkle plenty ambience and to floral gem Michael Jacobs who ramped up the silver screen wattage with his inventive designs and stunning monochromatic arrangements. He also draped cocktail tables in platinum and topped them with over-sized martini glasses dripping crystals. While models swanned by in killer bijoux, Pam Palmieri kicked back the crowd with a terrific cabaret show. Parkhurst catered the so-so graze that had too-too few chairs for a polite bite.
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