ABOUT THE ORIGINAL
The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking
Written by Anthony Caporale Directed by Nicole DiMatteiNew World Stages, the renowned theatrical complex which has served as the home of Tony-Award-winning, Guinness-Record-setting, and Pulitzer-Prize-earning shows!
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ABOUT THE HOLIDAY SHOW
The Imbible: Christmas Carol Cocktails
Returning November 2017!
The Best of NYC's Holiday TheatreCity Guide
It’s the morning after Scrooge’s spectral visits, and our hero is determined to celebrate Christmas by throwing a party “just like old Fezziwig!” However, he realizes he has no idea how to go about the thing, and the libations prove particularly puzzling. Summoning Marley back for some additional help, they depart on another trip through time and space – with acapella accompaniment! – to mix cocktails past, present, and future under the expert tutelage of three Christmas Spirits.
"Takes holiday cheer to a new level!"New York Magazine
Discover the stories behind our most cherished holiday beverages of days-gone-by, sample cutting-edge cocktails of holidays yet-to-come - including boozy ice cream made using liquid nitrogen live on stage! - and learn how to create today’s hottest drinks for your very own seasonal celebrations.
"A sweet holiday celebration!"NY Theatre Guide Top 5 Shows Of The Week
"One of the best holiday offerings to be found this year in NYC!"NYCGo.com
The Imbible: Rum Drinks… And Pirates!
Returning Summer 2017
Created exclusively for multi-award-winning Hornblower Cruise Lines, "The Imbible: Rum Drinks… and Pirates!" tells the story of rum from the origins of the Triangular Trade in Africa, through sugar production on Caribbean plantations, right up to the modern-day rediscovery of New England's pivotal role in the spirit's checkered past - all through The Imbible's signature blend of science, history, and some of the best drinks in New York!
Acapella music, Caribbean folk songs, authentic sea shanties, and more pirates than you can shake a sabre at all come together to transform your Happy Hour cruise into an evening of entertainment and adventure you and your guests will never forget!
Tenor and Creator
Anthony is a true pioneer in the beverage world, internationally known for being the first to bring mixology to both YouTube, with his seminal web video series Art of the Drink TV, and then to the stage in The Imbible series. He is the founder and Artistic Director of Broadway Theatre Studio, as well as the Director of Beverage Studies at New York’s award-winning Institute of Culinary Education. Anthony has appeared in hundreds of short films, plays, and musicals. He is a regular guest on national television shows like The Dr. Oz Show, FOX Money, and The Better Show, and numerous radio programs on networks such as NPR and SiriusXM. Anthony holds a BSE from Duke University, where he also studied vocal performance. Anthony has served as the National Brand Ambassador for Drambuie Scotch Liqueur, the Cocktail Ambassador for Truvia Natural Sweetener, the Managing Editor of Chilled Magazine, and he is the host of Spoon University's Mixology 101 weekly video series. GIAA. www.anthonycaporale.com
Soprano and Director
Nicole is the Director of Operations for Broadway Theatre Studio, and has been with the company since its inception. She co-wrote, directed, and performed in The Imbible: Rum Drinks...And Pirates! and produced, directed, and performed in The Imbible: Christmas Carol Cocktails. Nicole is an Amazon bestselling novelist with writing credits that include national magazines, a web series, a sketch comedy show at Carolines on Broadway, and several plays. Her play On The Uptown 2 Express Train was a Finalist in the Strawberry One-Act Festival, for which she also received a Best Actress nomination. She is currently working on two different pilots, her fourteenth book, and many more incarnations of The Imbible – stay tuned! SAG-AFTRA.
Ruthellen is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is an actor and writer for both stage and film, has been with The Imbible since opening night, and appeared in all three productions.
Tia holds a music degree in Jazz Studies from St. Francis Xavier and recently graduated from AMDA. Credits include Swinging Frankie’s Way (Apollo), Little Women (Neptune), and arranging/singing in The New York Nightingales.
Kristin is a graduate of Fordham University and Circle in the Square Theatre School. Off-Broadway: Can Can (Carnegie Hall), Aesop’s Fables (New World Stages), andPiggy Nation (Snapple Theatre Center). www.kristinguerin.com
Kate has appeared in all three Imbible productions. She has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Montclair State University, and performed for 3 years as a Lead Vocalist for Carnival Cruise Lines. She is also a host for the NYC based Cranky Cabaret.
Alec studied theatre and music at Denison University, where he sang with The Denison Hilltoppers. He also trained at The New York Film Academy. Favorite credits include Princeton in Avenue Q, Melchior in Spring Awakening, and Cliff in Cabaret.
John is a Vermont native, has starred in The Mirror Rep's Carousel (Billy Bigelow), Hamlet (Laertes), and ArtisTree's Fiddler On The Roof (Fyedka) among others in the NE regional scene. John studied at AMDA NYC, and enjoys singing Barbershop and Railroad history.
Alessandra is a New York based actress-comedian-singer. That’s right folks, a triple threat…or a triple something, she’s never quite sure how that works. She can be seen doing sketch comedy with her sketch team Laundry Day at Carolines on Broadway, and also performs in a monthly variety show called R&R Mystery Hour currently running at The Players Theatre. Alessandra also rocks out a good tambourine beat when she takes the stage with The Bone Chimes
Luke is a recent NYC transfer from NC where he received a BA in Acting. He can be found auditioning for more theater work, and hoping other shows like this cast him. Luke was last seen in the NY Children’s Theatre Festival as a sock.
Morgan made her NYC debut in The Imbible Christmas Carol Cocktails. Regional credits include Towards Zero and Don't Talk to the Actors. Morgan is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia, where she earned a BFA in Acting.
Kasey Yeargain is a midwest born singer and actor. Professional credits include Zuniga in Carmen, 1st Guard in Dead Man Walking, Don Giovanni in Don Giovanni, Curly in Oklahoma!, Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, El Gallo in The Fantasticks. www.KaseyYeargain.org
Josh started writing songs as birthday presents for friends and family at age nine. After discovering a cappella singing and arranging in high school, he became the music director of Yale’s Society of Orpheus and Bacchus. Since then, he has conducted choirs and musicals at various schools and camps and arranged for and music directed a number of Off-Broadway shows including An Inconvenient Poop and all three Imbible productions! He also arranges for the nationally renowned NYC chorus Voices of Gotham. www.joshehrlich.com
Michael is currently a Production Manager for Jazz at Lincoln Center, and also serves as Technical Director for Broadway Theatre Studio. Prior to that, he worked as the Production Manager for the John W. Engeman Theater after serving as Theatrical Consultant for its $5 million renovation, and he was also Technical Director of Stony Brook University’s Staller Center for the Arts. Michael has been a theater professional for over 15 years, and managed countless productions ranging from touring companies and industry events to musical performances and of course lots and lots of theater. Production credits include regular performances by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra led by Wynton Marsalis, Upfronts for The Discovery Channel, and Alan Cumming’s original U.S. run of MacBeth.
Kim is a Jill-of-all-trades in the theatre, constantly bouncing back and forth between administration and production. She graduated from Elmira College in 2013 with a B.A. in Theatre. Companies she’s worked for include The New York International Fringe Festival, Richards/Climan, Inc., Signature Theatre, Cape May Stage, and The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center.