Nationally touring actor/vocalist Gia Mora returns to Lannie’s with EINSTEIN’S GIRL, a show about the “science of love…theoretically speaking.” Mora turns her signature wit and intellectual prowess on an unlikely pair of human languages: love and physics. Combining jazz standards with standup comedy and original music, she uses cutting edge science as a metaphor for interpersonal relations in the digital age. EINSTEIN’S GIRL takes her audiences on a journey of song and story to the edges of the universe and the interiors of their hearts.
Gia Mora will be joined by composer and multi-instrumentalist, Charlie Barnett on piano.
ABOUT GIA MORA
Smart, sexy, sassy Gia Mora is an accomplished actor, a vocal dynamo with a four-octave range, and a writer with an astute sense of humor. She brings her unique blend of beauty and brains to her work on film and on stage, and now as the newest artist signed to Modern Songbook Records. EINSTEIN’S GIRL, THE ALBUM was released in 2013 and is available for purchase on www.EinsteinsGirl.com.
Miz Mora’s past performances include headlining at Metropolitan Room in NYC, House of Blues in LA, Bethesda Blues & Jazz in DC, and State Theatre in PA. A frequent featured soloist, she has appeared at the Kennedy Center, Catalina Jazz Club, the Blind Barber, and many more. Mora has received four Helen Hayes nominations and performed with theatre companies across the United States. Off stage, Miz Mora serves on the board of the SoCal Science Cafe as a science education advocate, and in 2013 she make her TED Talk debut at TEDxAshburn. Videos and more are available on www.GiaMora.com.
WHAT THE REVIEWS SAY:
“The Divine Miz Mora’s bubbly energy was on full display, along with her impressive four-octave range and an unapologetic sex appeal…a ‘wanna-be theoretical physicist,’ with a killer set of pipes.” - Scientific American
“Delightful! Ms. Mora managed the impossible–putting a fresh spin on the subject of love–melding intellectual thoughts on topics as varied as black holes and supercomputing and devilishly funny commentary on the intersection between American obsession with technology and the search for love with sultry, jazz-infused vocals.” – Broadway World“
…Great voice, songwriting ability, humor, intelligence, looks and imagination. Oh, how I wish my science teachers had presented this material in such an appealing manner. A joy from start to finish, this marks the start of stardust coalescing into a star.” - Cabaret Scenes Magazine
FROM EINSTEIN’S GIRL:www.youtube.com/embed/
SHOWTIME AND TICKETS
Sunday, April 6th at 7:30pm