Brian Stokes Mitchell Makes Nightclub Debut at Feinstein's February 1-19

FEINSTEIN'S AT THE REGENCY is proud to present the nightclub debut of Tony Award winning Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell from February 1 – 19. "Love / Life," his show featuring Musical Director Mike Renzi heading an all-star quartet, is a romantic evening of classic love songs including "Make Someone Happy," "How Long Has This Been Going On?" and "It's All Right With Me." The show will also include original arrangements by Mr. Mitchell. "I am thrilled to be making my nightclub debut at Feinstein's at the Regency," says Mr. Mitchell, "I want this to be a feel-good night, where you can take your honey to celebrate love and life. I hope people will walk out feeling better than when they walked in." All performances are at the Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street.)

Brian Stokes Mitchell, dubbed "the last leading man" by the New York Times, enjoys a spectacular career that spans Tony Award winning performances on Broadway, a multitude of television and film appearances, and performing at our Nation's capital. His Broadway career includes the starring role of Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha, for which he received a Tony Award nomination and the Helen Hayes Award, as well as Fred Graham/Petruchio in Kiss Me Kate, for which he won the 2000 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. Other Broadway performances include Coalhouse Walker in Ragtime (Tony Award nomination), August Wilson's King Hedley II (Tony Award nomination), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Valentin), Jelly's Last Jam (replacing Gregory Hines), and David Merrick's Oh, Kay! His performance in Mail earned him the Theatre World Award for Outstanding Broadway Debut.

He has also added to his successful theatre career a growing list of impressive concert performances. A frequent performer in Washington, D.C., Stokes most recently performed on the West Lawn of our Nation's Capital with Tom Hanks and Ossie Davis for the National Memorial Day Concert, which was filmed by PBS. He has been a frequent guest at the Kennedy Center and appeared in the title role of Sweeney Todd at last year's tremendously successful Sondheim Celebration.

In 1988, Stokes made his Carnegie Hall debut in the televised Gershwin Gala with the San Francisco Symphony and has since performed there many times. He most recently performed at the Hollywood Bowl for three nights at their annual Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular. He recently performed with the Boston Pops and John Williams during the Democratic National Convention and a jazz interpretation of My Fair Lady at Tanglewood with Mr. Williams arranging and conducting. His numerous TV and film credits include recurring roles on "Frasier" and "Crossing Jordan," Dreamworks' The Prince of Egypt, Too Rich with Lauren Bacall, Call Me Claus with Whoopi Goldberg, Ruby's Bucket of Blood with Angela Bassett, Double Platinum with Diana Ross, and PBS's "Great Performances." His TV series debut began as a seven-year stint on "Trapper John, M.D."

He has appeared on more than 10 albums and is currently working on his first solo CD. He was voted one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People." Stokes has enjoyed working with numerous charitable organizations from the March of Dimes to the USO and last year became the President of the Actor's Fund. For more information, please visit

FEINSTEIN'S AT THE REGENCY will play the following schedule: Tuesday through Saturday at 8:30 PM with late shows on Friday and Saturday at 11:00 PM. All shows have a $60 cover. There is a $40 minimum for early shows and a $30 minimum for late shows. Jackets are suggested but not required. FEINSTEIN'S AT THE REGENCY is located at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street in New York City. For Ticket reservations and club information call (212) 339-4095, or log on to

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