Campy drag musical play about a divorced arsonist illustrates that it is never to late to start over.
October 28 & 29 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre

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SHERRY TAKES A HOLIDAY will be performed at The Laurie Beechman Theatre on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 at 7:00 PM. This comic cabaret musical play stars Zachary Clause and is directed by Reed Whitney, with musical direction by Mark Fifer. Tickets are $22, with a $20 food/beverage minimum. Tickets are available at, or by calling 212-352-3101. The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42 Street.

With SHERRY TAKES A HOLIDAY, join free-spirited, newly single and emotionally uninhibited Sherry Duvall-Covington (Zachary Clause) as she sets sail for an all-inclusive tour of the Carribean. Not only does it feature a variety of fruity summer cocktails and plenty of breathable vacation attire, but there is also a fun assortment of skeletons washed ashore from the ocean’s darkest depths. Featured songs include Steve Wynwood’s Higher Love and  Lionel Richie’s All Night Long,

After a long overdue divorce and a few accidental fires along the way, Sherry Duvall-Covington is finally picking up the pieces and desperately trying, whatever the cost, to start anew. A proud mother, hopeless romantic and arraigned arsonist, Sherry has recently found herself on the rocky road toward self-discovery. As she explores her emotional triggers through the cathartic power of music, Sherry lets her inhibitions fly and discovers that it’s never too late to start over again... and again... and again.

Zachary Clause (Creator/Performer) has performed Off-Broadway, in both FringeNYC and NYMF festivals, and in regional theatres across the country including Barrington Stage, Capital Rep, and The Hangar Theatre. Zachary’s short film, Cathy, was recently named an official selection of the PBS Reel 13 short film contest. For the past several years he has performed alongside Jeremy Lawrence in Tennessee Williams’ The Chalky White Substance and The Traveling Companion in Williams Festivals all over the U.S. as well as Dublin. His last one woman show, Is That All There Is: An Evening With Sherry Duvall-Covington played to full houses at The Red Room and his latest collaboration with Jeremy Lawrence, He Knew He would Say It (But Could He Believe It Again?) premiered in April as part of The New Orleans Tennessee Williams Literary/Theatre Festival. In addition to his solo acts, Zachary hosts a popular on-going party/variety show Mom Radio.