Tue, Apr 25|
3 West Club
SPEAKER: ERIC ALTERMAN in Conversation with DAVID ALPERN | ENTERTAINER: SUE MATSUKI
WE ARE NOT ONE: Eric Alterman will discuss his latest book with David Alpern about the long-running debate over Israel, its policies and politics, among Americans.
Time & Location
Apr 25, 2023, 12:00 PM EDT
3 West Club, 3 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019, USA
Forty-five dollar admission includes a three course lunch payable at the door by cash or check only
SPEAKER: ERIC ALTERMAN
A veteran columnist for The Nation, The American Prospect and The Forward, among others, Alterman will discuss his latest book, We Are Not One, about the long-running debate over Israel, its policies and politics, among Americans — often most angrily among American Jews, and increasing now with escalating Palestinian attacks and larger Israeli counterstrikes under the restored leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu, along with controversial changes to that nation's judiciary and expansion of "settler" sites in Arab territory.
A professor of English and journalism at Brooklyn College, Alterman’s dozen books include Who Speaks for America? Why Democracy Matters in Foreign Policy and When Presidents Lie: A History of Official Deception and its Consequences.
ENTERTAINER: SUE MATSUKI
SUE MATSUKI is an award-winning singer and songwriter, producer, host, educator, columnist and the co-author of So You Want to Sing Cabaret.
She is a Bistro Award-winner for Outstanding Collaboration with her Musical Director, Gregory Toroian; she is the very first recipient of the Julie Wilson Award given by the Mabel Mercer Foundation; and she is a multi-award winning MAC Award winner (Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs) for Jazz Vocalist, Jazz Duo and Songwriter.
Matsuki is a 35-year Cabaret/Jazz singing veteran who has played every NYC Cabaret room including: Feinstein’s at the Regency, Feinstein’s 54 Below, Town Hall, The Algonquin, Jan Wallman’s, 88’s, Don’t Tell Mama and several of the major Jazz Clubs including the legendary Village Gate, Birdland, The Iridium, and Sweet Rhythm. She’s even played Carnegie Hall and appeared in five seasons as a Diva Double at the Metropolitan Opera.
As an educator she has taught Cabaret and performance business classes at: Mac-to-School, Cabaret Hotspot! Cabaret U, The Ridgefield Theater Barn, UCONN’s Osher’s Lifelong Learning Institute, the Vancouver School of Performing Arts, and at Fordham University.
For more information please visit: www.SueMatsuki.com