I perform excerpts and tunes from my funny, music-fueled novel-with-songs, BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN in a delightfully wide variety of venues, on radio and online.
My show is called THE LAZY PERSON’S BOOK CLUB.
Watch a short video.
It’s the funnest hour a person could have. I can’t wait to hear what happens next!
—Sherri Prince, Busy Book Lover
What’s BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN about?
BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN sets a funny, modern, music-fueled love story with a touch of math and mystery in Frank Sinatra’s hometown.
The vibe: A 1950s-style radio comedy for 2.0 audiences.
BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN is a fun time and a great way to bring fresh programming to the library. Our patrons enjoy it immensely.
—Stephanie Myers, Librarian
What’s great about THE LAZY PERSON’S BOOK CLUB format?
THE LAZY PERSON’S BOOK CLUB is upbeat, comforting, professional, fun.
I’m a seasoned performer who’s sung about Twitter in a Broadway Theater. I’ve also performed in private homes, corporate boardrooms, post office lobbies, physics labs, adding entertainment to the places people work, live, shop and relax.
“So creative, charming, funny, unpredictable, and smart. I LOVED it!!! – Rockin’ Robin
Can you weave our product/company into your show?
Yes! Here’s an article about the Aromatics Concert I created, pairing my live songs with floral-scented waters from a local farm.
I’ve worked with bakers and distillers to create custom-themed baked goods and cocktails, so the audience can eat and rink along with the characters in the plot.
Sharon Glassman’s funny and smart performance of excerpts from HOBOKEN engaged and delighted the audience at the Justice Snow’s Salon in Aspen. – Andrea Clearfield, performing arts salon host.
Can you provide a related talk/workshop?
Mais, oui! I’m a nationally-presented speaker, happy to create a talk tailored to your audience.
“Introvert Heroes” – Meet the hidden stars of classic myths and blockbusters.
“Cupid, Psyche & Sinatra” – Uncovered: the surprising connections between classic and modern myths.
“The story-song connection” – Discover how music amplifies the message, from the Great American Songbook to HOBOKEN.
“Communicating with humor” – Why the funny-bone is the quickest way to the heart – and brain.
Sharon Glassman is the unique combination of author, musician, journalist and stage performer required to develop and perform the one-of-a-kind experience that is BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN [Live]. – Inside Longmont