"Love, Sex, Romance"
Valentine's Day with Dyana Neal
Douglas Brandt Byerly, piano
Join us for a free glass of bubbly and petite pastries from Patissarie Poupon!
Ain’t There Anyone Here For Love? - Harold Adamson & Hoagy Carmichael
You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To - Cole Porter
The Song That Goes Like This - Eric Idle & John du Prez
Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man - Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein
Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend - Jule Styne & Leo Robin
Some Other Time - Leonard Bernstein
Let’s Do It - Cole Porter
You Go To My Head - J. Fred Coots & Haven Gillespie
I’ve Got You Under My Skin - Cole Porter
Whatever Lola Wants - Richard Adler & Jerry Ross/Habanera - Georges Bizet
It’s Magic - Jerome Kern
I Remember It Well - Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe
Every Time We Say Goodbye - Cole Porter
Fable - Adam Guettel
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Dyana Neal has performed in operas, plays, and musicals throughout the Baltimore-Washington area. Last summer, she received rave reviews as Sympathy the Learned and other characters in "The Arabian Nights" at Theatre Hopkins. Other favorite roles include the Fairy Queen ("Iolanthe"), Anne Boleyn ("Royal Gambit"), Peep-Bo ("The Mikado"), Eulalie MacKechnie Shinn ("The Music Man") and the title character in "Move Over, Mrs. Markham". Ms. Neal has done commercial and voice-over work for clients including Xerox and the American Visionary Art Museum. Her film and TV work includes two John Waters movies ("Pecker" and "Cecil B. DeMented") and the role of Dorothy Dorr in an episode of "Arrest & Trial". Dyana is perhaps best known as the midday host on WBJC-FM, a position she has held since 1993. When not on-air or otherwise performing, she enjoys attending arts events, reading, travel, collecting vintage jewelry, being online way too much, and spending time with her husband, Jim Knost.