A Tony nominee for her role in Starmites, Sharon McNight enjoys a celebrated bi-coastal career, being voted "Best Actress" by the San Francisco Bay Critics' Circle and winning the New York Critics' Nightlife Award for Best Musical Comedy Cabaret Show. Now McNight is bringing back her 2001 critically acclaimed show, Songs to Offend Almost Everyone. In the show, McNight tackles the topics of society, sex, religion, sex, hypocrisy, sex, lust and sex in song and commentary. The songs are by both new songwriters and giants such as Randy Newman, Stephen Sondheim, Noel Coward, Kander & Ebb and Tom Lehrer. See the show -- and prepare to be offended (in a good way) -- at The Duplex in New York.