GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE Cast, Ally Bonino, Joe Cassidy & More Set for Late Night at 54 Below Next Week
Craving a show after the show? 54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, is expanding its popular late-night series with fresh faces and hot new performances to keep the party buzzing into the wee hours. Located just below the legendary Studio 54 at 254 West 54th St., 54 BELOW welcomes you to loosen your tie and embrace the night at its upcoming events:
ALLY BONINO, May 5 AT 11:30PM:
54 Below solo debut! Join Ally Bonino as she dives fearlessly into the music of her past. A Pace graduate, Ally has appeared in NYMF productions, Off-Broadway shows, and many readings, as well as several concerts on the 54 Below stage. This Cinco de Mayo, Ally returns to 54 Below, this time on her own, for a night to remember. $10 cover charge. $20 food & beverage minimum or two drinks.
JOE CASSIDY, May 8 at 11:30PM
Joe Cassidy, Rock Star (Both Inches): Before there was law school, before there was Broadway, there was a dream: to be a rock star, without the rehab. By way of the mean streets of Wauwatosa, WI and from the Broadway company of If/Then, Joe Cassidy brings back this musky goblet of rock first performed at Joe's Pub back in 2003. Performing the songs of his early influences and idols, this night features music by Kansas, Styx, Foreigner, The Who, The Allman Brothers, U2, and many more, backed by a first-rate group of musicians, and some very special guests! $25 cover charge. $25 cover charge. $20 food & beverage minimum or two drinks.
THE MUSIC OF THE MARX BROTHERS, May 9 at 11PM:
Come celebrate the music of the Marx Brothers, Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo, and Gummo, during MarxFest. This is the 100th anniversary of the brothers getting their "O" nicknames, and this event will be part of New York's celebration. 54 Below will present the best songs from the Marx Brothers movies, stage shows, vaudeville days, and radio broadcasts. Join Bill Zeffiro (The Road to Ruin, MAC award winner), Gelber & Manning (those vaudeville lovebirds from Brooklyn), Rebekah Lowin (winner of The Callback), Tonna Miller (recently heard at the Metropolitan Opera as Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro and as the fiery Carlotta Giudicelli in Phantom of the Opera for her Broadway debut), and Marissa Mulder (two-time MAC award-winner, as well as winner of the Nöel Coward competition and the Julie Wilson Award at Lincoln Center). Our host is the showman Dandy Wellington. Plus special guests! Go back to the era of Wonderful Nonsense for an evening of fantastic music, laughter, and those famous Marx Brothers zingers. $25-35 cover charge. $25 food & beverage minimum.
A NIGHT WITH THE CAST OF A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER AND SKY-PONY, May 10 at 11PM:
Join Tony nominee Lauren Worsham - Phoebe from A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder - as she introduces her Edwardian castmates to the wonderful world of indie-rock. For one night only, the ladies and gentleman of Broadway's GGLAM will join fellow castmate Lauren Worsham and her pop-art band Sky-Pony for a night of mashups and crossovers. Sky-Pony focuses its songs on the darker side of humanity, so the folks from GGLAM should have no trouble fitting in. Special guests abound and minds will be blown. Additional cast members from A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder: Joanna Glushak, Jeff Kready, Lisa O'Hare, Bryce Pinkham, Price Waldman, and Catherine Walker. Additional performers from Sky-Pony: David Blasher, Eric Day, Kyle Jarrow, Kristin Piacentile, Perry Silver, Jessi Suzuki and Kevin Wunderlich. $30-40 cover charge. $25 food & beverage minimum.
Photo Credit: Joan Marcus