As Fay Helm said in Phantom Lady, there are “no names, no addresses – just companions for the evening." Slide into the delicious and dangerous music of the Film Noir era with Adi Braun lighting the way through songs and repartee from this truly unique period in film-making. Let the words and music of NOIR transport you back to a time where Doris Day sings of Ruth Etting’s woes in Love me or Leave Me (1955), be seduced by the haunting beauty of David Raskin’s melody Laura (1944), and taste the bittersweet reality of life in As Time Goes By (1942).