America's Got Talent star  continues search for lost cat, premieres new musical comedy in NYC.
Saturday, March 14 at Laurie Beechman Theater

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“Demented! A cabaret on acid!” ­ -- CITY PAGES

“Mrs. Smith takes it to a level that is genuinely breathtaking!” -- MINNPOST

After a memorable stint on America's Got Talent and a US tour, David Hanbury finally brings his full-length musical comedy creation, MRS. SMITH - LIVE! to New York. Directed and choreographed by Andrew Rasmussen, MRS. SMITH - LIVE! will be performed for one night only, Saturday, March 14 at  7:00 PM at The Laurie Beechman Theater (inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street -- at Ninth Avenue, accessible from the A,C,E,N,R,V,F,1,2,3 trains at 42nd Street). Tickets are $20, plus $20 food/drink minimum, available at 212-352-3101 or

MRS. SMITH has been searching for her beloved cat, Carlyle, for two ­and ­a ­half years. To get over this “personal apocalypse”, she's tried a variety of things: psychoanalysis, New Age therapies, and even appearing on America's Got Talent. In this latest attempt to exorcise her personal demons, she has mounted a Broadway­style “one­woman show” where her unique life story is re­enacted in song and dance -- with the help of her dapper Broadway Boys. Along the way, Mrs. Smith puts her indelible stamp on favorites such as “Cabaret”, “One Night in Bangkok” and “The Ladies Who Lunch."

Creator David Hanbury’s comedic alter­ego combines deftly executed character comedy with razor­sharp improvisational skills that have audiences laughing through tears. The production incorporates puppetry, video flashbacks, live singing, tap dancing, virtuosic electric guitar playing and more props than you can shake a schtick at.

MRS. SMITH has appeared across the country performing her distinctive blend of comedic performance art at venues as diverse as 54 Below, American Repertory Theatre / Oberon, Ars Nova, Dixon Place, The Southern Theater, and Berkeley Repertory Theatre and NBC’s hit reality competition America’s Got Talent.