After playing so many characters on stage, she’s now singing her own story in… 

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We all have stories that have been writing themselves in our heads. Mine just happened to present itself with a sound track.” -Marilyn Hausfeld in an interview with Lorraine Trainor, DC Theatre Scene

A Piano, a Mic, a Memory could well have been titled, instead, A Haymish Cabaret, for the humor, warmth, and storytelling the act provided. She often provided context for songs that made one appreciate them in a new light.” 

“Hausfeld spins a musical web full of endearing vignettes, interspersed with musical standards, demonstrating her versatile range” 

 “Sold out audiences, standing ovations and tears of joy and laughter– what’s not to love? Marilyn’s show has been the highlight of this season’s cultural arts series” 

• Jeff Dannick, Executive Director, JCC of Northern Virginia 

 “She is simply wonderful, MH DSCN1513wonderful! She has an infectious manner as she sings and chats– and the audience loves her. She is someone you would like to know” 

• Rich Massabny, Arlington Weekly News TV

  “An intimate musical conversation performed with humor and warmth”  

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 “Alex Rybeck is a symphony in one man” 

• Faith Prince “Adelaide“ in Broadway’s Guys and Dolls

  “WOW!…such a wonderful, endearing performance that still has the audience talking” 

• Anne Beckley, Executive Director, Morgan County Arts Council

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