The TOMATOES GOT TALENT competition plays its seventh year at the triad on October 4



Randie Levine-Miller HTE AND PERFORMED.

THE JUDGES ARE Lee Roy oars, Margot Astrachan AND Ken waissman.

Corinna Sowers GUEST STARS Adler


11 extraordinary women over 40 were handpicked to enter the final of the 7th annual “Tomatoes Got Talent” competition at the Triad Theater, 158 West 72nd Street on Monday October 4th at 7pm. Co-produced and hosted by Randie Levine-Miller (who also plays), the finals are always full of surprises, laughs, affirmations and occasional triumphs.

Sponsored by female lifestyle media company, “Tomatoes Got Talent” and co-produced by its publisher Cheryl Benton, “Tomatoes Got Talent” is a showcase for women who have made their mark and their lives outside the entertainment world, but who consider the profession of singing and performing to be an integral part of their lives.

This year’s blue ribbon jury is made up of candidate Tony Lee Roy oars, and Tony Award-winning Broadway producers Margot Astrachan and Ken waissman. The musical director of the show is Paul Chamlin.

Acclaimed singer and Tony-nominated educator makes a special appearance Corinna Sowers Adler. A therapist and a gerontologist will also perform as a guest Merrill Stone, who was a finalist for the first “Tomatoes Got Talent” in 2014. Last year’s Tomatoes competition was uprooted in April 2020. For tickets and information visit

Here they are, the finalists:

Senior finalist for Ms. America NY, Carol Barnett recently retired after 45 years as a chef.
Businesswoman and mom Susie Clausen decided to take saxophone and singing lessons less than five years ago.

Judith George has her own video production company and is stand-up.
Raised in the South, Jo jones is an accomplished acrobatic stick twirler and former preschool teacher.

Shana Kahn is a fashion executive for Ralph lauren.
Piano and ukulele student, Lisa Kerr is a risk manager in a large company.

Robin Lyon-Gardiner is a full-time real estate broker.

Jean Marcley is a blind stand-up and self-esteem coach.

Kara Masciangelo worked for many years at the Federal Reserve Bank.

Deana Monaco is legal assistant at Morgan Stanley.

Leyla Zalutskaya is a Global IT Trainer for the United Nations.

The defending champion is the 2019 winner Christina connor.

The 2018 winner was Sheree sano.

Jurors: Broadway’s Beloved Man of Song and Dance Lee Roy oars “42nd Street” account (Tony’s appointment); “The producers;” and “Hello Dolly!” among his voluminous credits; Margot Astrachan won a Tony as a producer of “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” and counts “The Prom”, “The Realistic Joneses and” On a Clear Day You Can See Forever “among his Broadway credits, Ken waissman is the Tony Award-winning producer of “Grease”, “Agnes of God”, “Torch Song Trilogy” and “Over Here”.

Great hostess Randie Levine-Miller has produced, hosted and entertained countless star-studded musical entertainment events. His regular “Randie Roundtables” at Sardi’s, The Palm, and now online as well, bring together theater insiders and major stars, for unofficial breakfasts filled with stories. (These are by invitation only.) Her theatrical column, “Broadway Babe,” distributed by, constantly reveals amazing clips, secrets and ideas about big stars past and present, to which she adds her own often hilarious anecdotes. .

Co-creator of the competition Cheryl Benton expands the Thethreetomatoes franchise to include book publishing and special events. Thanks to the popular online newsletter on (“The Insider’s Website for Women Who Aren’t Children”), she encourages women of all ages and backgrounds to reach new heights and discover new possibilities and adventures.

For tickets to experience this year’s bumper crop of talent at the 7th Annual Tomatoes Got Talent Competition at the Triad Theater on Monday, October 4 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets cost $ 35 with a minimum of two drinks.


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