Three veteran South Bay performers who share a friendship and a passion for singing – as well as a first name – are slated to perform “3D Cabaret” 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View.
The program by David Mister, David Murphy and David Leon will include a wide range of showtunes performed as solos, duets, trios and quartets by the three men and a few guests.
Mister is a Mountain View resident who works for Apple Inc. He has appeared in musicals produced by Broadway By the Bay, Foothill Music Theatre, Children’s Musical Theater, South Bay Musical Theatre, Palo Alto Players, Los Altos Stage Company and Sunnyvale Community Players. He has also performed with the San Francisco Symphony Chorus.
Murphy has performed in 30 shows throughout the Bay Area over the past decade. He has played the role of Lurch in “The Addams Family” three times. He has also been onstage with Children’s Musical Theater San Jose, Los Altos Stage Company, West Valley Light Opera (where he won an ERMA for Best Character Actor), Palo Alto Players and South Bay Musical Theatre. The San Jose resident will perform “Happy/Sad” and other songs.
Leon is a Bay Area native who works for the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors. He has performed with South Bay Musical Theatre, Sunnyvale Community Players, Santa Clara Players, Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre, Pintello Comedy Theater, Limelight Actors Theater, Custom Made Theatre Company, Dragon Theatre, Cabrillo Stage and Palo Alto Players. Leon is a musician who has played in numerous ensembles over the years and has dabbled in standup comedy and voiceover work. He will perform “If I Were a Rich Man,” “When Words Fail” and other songs.
Guest performers will include local singer and actor Mike Rhone, Dana Cordelia Morgan and Christina Bolognini. Bob Sunshine will provide musical direction and piano accompaniment.
Tickets are $20. A portion of the proceeds will support arts education in the Bay Area.
For advance tickets and more information, call 254-1148 or visit thepear.org.