Judi Mark in a black sequin shirt and black skirt raising her arm while singing in front of a live band

“I Feel a Song Coming On”

May 24 and 25, 2017 at 8 PM at Don’t Tell Mama! in New York City

Fresh from a smashing sold-out debut at the Boca Black Box, Boca Raton, Florida, dancer-singer-entertainer Judi Mark is pleased to bring her new show, I Feel a Song Coming On to Don’t Tell Mama! in the Big Apple. This latest one-woman crowd-pleaser is an intimate tribute to Old Broadway and Hollywood, chock-full of classic songs, shimmering dance, and narrative witty, wise and fun.

I Feel a Song Coming On is a nostalgia-filled hour showcasing the best of the Golden Age of stage and cinema. The show spotlights Mark as an entertainer, with song, dance, and breezy monologues and stories creating a charming evening of solid entertainment. Tunes such as “Welcome to My World,” “How Do You Keep the Music Playing?,” “The Letter” and medleys of material pop and past populate this delightfully engaging show. “Each of the songs have their own set-up,” Mark says. “Each recalls the stories of life and show business, and the universal topics that audiences everywhere can relate to.”


“If you are interested in a stylish cabaret that is more chic than posh, and more glitz than flash, then Judi is your gal.” – Applause! Applause! – Christopher Struck

“A truly exciting and entertaining show!” – Cabaret Hotline 

“Judi Mark brings class to the Boca Black Box.” – Black Box owner Randy Singer 


Mark’s preview of I Feel a Song Coming On at the Black Box proved a perfect venue for the show with the intimacy of the space engaging audiences on a very personal level – it’s a connection Mark seeks to replicate at Don’t Tell Mama! this month.

Appearing with Mark was pianist Phil Hinton, Mark’s Music Director and a driving force behind Mark’s evolution as a cabaret performer and entertainer. Mark has also worked with the renowned Hubert “Tex” Arnold on her previous show, Dancing Through Life (directed by Jeff Harnar), for which she received raves (“Judi Mark…managed to move both tribute and memoir themes into new territory. For the audience, it was truly something different.” Bistro Awards).