Elaine St. George has been called “a distinctly hip performer” (Bay Windows) and “a showstopping songstress” (New York). Time Out New York declared, “Barbara Cook and Elaine St. George must have been separated at birth. St. George hits the same gorgeous, shimmery notes as the grande dame of cabaret.” She’s been flattered to be compared to some of her favorite singers: HX wrote “St. George combines a great mezzo voice with interpretive skill approaching that of a Keely Smith or a Christine Ebersole.” Her critically acclaimed cabaret shows include Ain’t We Got Fun?: a love story about looking for work – named “Best Concept Show” by Theatermania; Do Re Mi, Democracy – which featured the New York cabaret debut of a love song written by Senator Orrin Hatch; and The Girl That I Marry – her third show to be a Time Out New York “Critic’s Pick” every week of its run.
In her current show, she honors the eclectic genius of Ray Charles. BroadwayWorld called InspiRAYtion “a highly enjoyable evening” and "a terrific show...thoughtful, engaging, informative and beautifully executed"
Elaine St. George's Upcoming Shows