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Tom Wilson Weinberg
Reviews of GET USED TO IT! revival in Washington DC
CABARET VÉRITÉ and Chris-Tyler Young present

Tom Wilson Weinberg

SONGS at 75

     Fri.      Oct 9, 8:00     Thank
     Sat.   Oct 10, 5:00     you
     Sat.   Oct 10, 8:00     for 
     Sun.  Oct 11, 3:00     coming!

William Way LGBT Community Center
1315 Spruce, Philadelphia

SONGS at 75 celebrates Tom Wilson Weinberg’s milestone birthday with songs written from 1959 to 2020. Tom has selected songs from his cabarets, revues and musicals. The 250 songs in Weinberg’s trunk are his babies and his autobiography. For SONGS at 75, his favorite babies get 75 minutes in the spotlight.

The Mark Segal Ballroom normally accommodates 150 people. WE WILL SEAT 25 AT EACH OF THE 4 SHOWS. Chairs, door handles, etc. will be sanitzed. Masks are a must. 

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All ticket income supports the Arcila-Adams Trans Resource Center at William Way.

Snippets from newpaper reviews:

Weinberg's music is catchy and expressive. He is a lyricist of extraordinary talent.
  - Douglas Keating, Philadelphia Inquirer

The romantic songs are every bit as uplifting as the satirical songs are bitingly funny.
  - Gary L. Day, Philadelphia Gay News

Refreshingly clear-headed and wide ranging, Weinberg knows how to laugh at human follies, how to think and how to reach the heart.
  - Arthur Friedman, Boston Herald

A highly talented songwriter, hashing out issues via wonderful lyrics and melodies.
  - Tommi Avicolli Mecca, First Hand 

A spirit of cheerfully assertive militancy tempered with humor and musical savvy.
  - Stephen Holden, New York Times

The warm heart of an old-time hoofer and the big city brains of a Talking Head, anyone, gay or straight, will feel terrific all the way home.
  - Dan Geringer, Philadelphia Daily News
Scene from OSCAR visits WALT,  2019 
Caleb J. Tracy is Oscar Wilde
Andrew Boyask is Walt Whitman
photo by Kevin Broad
Student! Rise Up!
Animation by UARTS students
photo by Scott Booth, 1979     photo by Kevin Broad, 2020