Myth. Mystery. Metamorphosis*

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Pangea , 178 2nd Avenue, NYC

A journey of biblical, historical and mythical proportions.

“Black Olive Jazz” vocalist, Kay Kostopoulos, continues her female Odyssey at "Pangea" in the East Village, NYC, November 16, 7 p.m. Exotic jazz, finger cymbals & Mediterranean beatswith a musical exploration of heroines, Salome, Delilah, Cleopatra, Persephone, Circe, and more...Seductresses? Destroyers? Wear your bellydance bling.

The lovely Ms. Kostopoulos, whose ageless Mediterranean beauty perfectly complements a show incorporating Greek goddesses, set the mood with an excellent rendition of Dizzy Gillespie’s “A Night in Tunisia.” The star makes extensive use of sensuality in her performance, often with the aid of Turkish finger cymbals, called zills. Kay Kostopolous is a fine performer who will leave you enchanted and informed. New York is lucky to have her.”... Andrew Poretz, Theater Pizzazz , NY, NY

*The changes leading to metamorphosis are triggered by hormones, which the animal’s body releases as the right conditions for metamorphosis approach. In some animals a hormone cascade follows, with the trigger hormone causing the release of several other hormones that act on different parts of the animal’s body.