Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp, Kate Baldwin and More Set for October at Feinstein's/54 Below
This September, Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.54Below.com/Feinsteins or call (646) 476-3551.
54 SINGS MY FAIR LADY, OCTOBER 2 AT 7PM & 9:30PM:
Eliza Doolittle is the original 'Pretty Woman'! Your favorite musical about a bet to turn a cockney flower girl into a lady comes to Feinstein's/54 Below in this very special concert version. For lovers of Broadway musicals, this winner of the 1957 Tony Award for Best Musical is the Holy Grail of Golden Age shows. Based on George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, My Fair Lady is quite possibly Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's best known work. Join us as a cast of Broadway favorites sings the beloved score, from "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" to "On The Street Where You Live" to "I Could Have Danced All Night" and beyond. Music Direction by Mark Hartman.
Two critically acclaimed artists come together for the first time for this highly anticipated show. "Separate Ways" stars "Best Outstanding Major Artist 2016" Stacy Sullivan, and "Best Male Vocalist 2016" Todd Murray. Todd and Stacy step onto the stage not as themselves, but as representatives of every woman and every man who have entered into a relationship and inevitably hit that quandary of "should I stay or should I go?" This question is thoughtfully explored through songs by Adam Guettel, Teddy Thompson, Rupert Holmes, Joni Mitchell, Lance Horne, Lauryn Hill, Kate Bush, Jane Siberry, and David Wilcox to name a few. Sometimes thought provoking, sometimes humorous, but always adeptly performed and entertaining. A quartet of cello, guitar, bass, and piano make this not only poignant lyrically but musically as well.
$30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.BROADWAY ORIGINALS!, OCTOBER 6 AT 7PM:
An amazing array of theatre stars will be assembled by producer/writer/host Scott Siegel with the express purpose of singing the songs they performed in their original Broadway productions. Decade upon decade of Broadway history will be on glorious display on the Feinstein's/54 Below when a galaxy of stars from a the 20th and 21st centuries return to sing the songs that made (and make) the Great White Way great. Featuring Nancy Anderson (A Class Act), John Bolton (A Christmas Story), John Bucchino (A Catered Affair), Kelli Rabke (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), Jarrod Spector (Beautiful), Cary Tedder (Dames At Sea, Honeymoon in Vegas, Big Fish), and more to be announced.
Rebecca Spigelman: 16 GOING ON 70, OCTOBER 6 AT 9:30PM:
$35-45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.
Rebecca Spigelman has been seen in numerous concerts at Feinstein's/54 Below including Twisted in Concert presented by Team Starkid and hosted by Darren Criss. Regionally, Rebecca has been seen across the country performing in shows such as Hair, [title of show], and Hairspray. Rebecca suffers from "You Look So Much Older" Syndrome, a disease affecting many high school actresses who look much older than their actual age. This disease then leads them to getting cast in roles that they would never play in the real world. In this hysterical cabaret, Rebecca, and some very special guests, use the music of Judy Garland, Ethel Merman, Ann Miller, and more, to champion the plight of actresses who know what its like to use an eyebrow pencil for wrinkle lines, baby powder for hair coloring, and where to trade character shoes for sensible orthopedics. Featuring special guests Travis Brown, Sarah Jean Ford, Kevin Smith Kirkwood, and Arbender Robinson.
$25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.54 CONCERT LAB, OCTOBER 6 AT 11:30PM:
54 Concert Lab is a program dedicated to supporting emerging artists with bright and innovative concert ideas to be experienced at Feinstein's/54 Below. Artists hand picked by Feinstein's/54 Below develop new solo concerts bit by bit and draft by draft, culminating in a 20-25 minute piece performed in a showcase for Feinstein's/54 Below staff and other industry panelists. Hosted by Amy Jo Jackson. Marieann Meringolo: THE SONGS OF ALAN & Marilyn Bergman, OCTOBER 7 AT 7PM:
Award-winning recording artist and entertainer Marieann Meringolo brings her brand new show Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman back to New York City. The theatrical concerts will celebrate the 3-Time Academy Award winning songwriting team of Alan & Marilyn Bergman. Having written the lyrics for numerous television shows, films, and stage musicals, the Bergmans also wrote for some of the best artists of our time: Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, Michael Jackson, Johnny Mathis, and most notably Barbra Streisand - who has recorded 64 of their songs. Directed by Will Nunziata. Musical Direction by Doyle Newmyer. $30-40 cover charge. $70 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Nicole Henry SINGS Nancy Wilson, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:30PM:
Nicole Henry returns to Feinstein's/54 Below after her sold-out engagement this past Spring to debut her new show Music That Makes Me Dance which celebrates Nancy Wilson. Ms. Henry will reinterpret a range of Nancy Wilson's songs from her 35 plus albums released in 20 years on Capitol Records, including her most famous songs like "The Masquerade is Over" to more obscure songs like "And Satisfy". "The complete entertainer," Nancy Wilson entertained the world through blues, jazz, cabaret, pop, and R&B music found on over 70 recordings earning her numerous awards including 3 Grammys, an Emmy, and a Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
$35-45 cover charge. $80 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp: CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF FRIENDSHIP, OCTOBER 8-22:
Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp, two Broadway giants, come together to celebrate music, stories, and their friendship. An intimate show, Adam & Anthony will deliver solo sets featuring both original tunes and songs that have influenced their lives, capped off by performing a few of the iconic hits from where it all began- meeting during the iconic Tony Award Winning musical RENT. $60-70 cover charge. $95 VIP seating. $105-110 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Sam Fazio, OCTOBER 8 AT 9:30PM:
Chicago-based vocalist Sam Fazio returns to Manhattan with his new show New York State of Mind. Sam will celebrate the people, places, and performers who make New York City one of the greatest cities in the world. Sam will perform songs from Billy Strayhorn to Billy Joel, and everything in between-all in Sam's fresh, yet classic style. Hear songs like "Take the A Train," "Autumn in New York," and "On Broadway." Musical Direction by Chris White.
$30-40 cover charge. $70 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.NATTI VOGEL'S YOM KIPPUR SPECTACULAR, OCTOBER 8 AT 11:30PM:
Widely hailed as the "Super Bowl of Jewish Holidays," Yom Kippur still gets a pretty bad rap from foodies, fashionstas, and hedonists. "Indie rock fusion virtuoso" (New York Press) Natti Vogel and his "rich, sensual, darkly baroque voice" (MTV) is here to change this madness once and for all as he literally forces you to dress to the nines, drink, eat and atone in the sexiest way possible: with original songs, non-Kosher davening, and scintillating star cameos from comedienne Jenny Jaffe, downtown diva Bridget Barkan, and real-life cantor and award-winning pop singer Kenny Karen. $18 cover charge. $45 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food and beverage minimum.ROCK TALK: Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp, & PHIL LIPOF, OCTOBER 9 AT 7PM:
News Anchor Phil Lipof hosts an intimate conversation with Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp- celebrating 20 years of friendship, on the heels of their new "Acoustically Speaking" national concert tour. Join the two original stars of RENT as they share details on the creation, development, and performances of the iconic musical and beyond, along with thoughts on their long-standing relationship as friends and concert artists. Hear stories you have never heard before about Adam and Anthony's individual careers and their subsequent Broadway shows, concerts, and films they've been part of, and hear the songs they are known for. $25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Evan Harrington PERFORMS Meat Loaf: BAT OUT OF HELL, OCTOBER 9 AT 9:30PM:
Evan Harrington (The Robber Bridegroom, Once, Avenue Q) is excited to bring his celebration of the classic rock album, Bat Out Of Hell, to Feinstein's/54 Below. Join Evan and his amazingly talented band full of Broadway regulars as they take you back to 1977 and re-create hits like "Paradise By The Dashboard Light," "Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad," and "You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth," among other hits. The band features Gary Adler (Avenue Q) on piano, Brian Koonin (School of Rock) on guitar, Joe Choroszewski (Finding Neverland) on drums, and Josh Plotner on saxophone. Featuring Brian Golub (Joseph, Naked Boys Singing), Veronica Kuehn (Elf, Avenue Q), Tiffany Topol (Once), and Erikka Walsh (Once).
$25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.LADY GAY: ALL OF ME, STARRING WILLIAM LOUIS BAILEY/JADA VALENCIAGA, OCTOBER 11 AT 9:30PM:
Lady Gay: All of Me tells the journey of William Louis Bailey growing up as a gay man in Missouri and moving to New York City to discover his true self and genuine identity. Bailey's alter ego, "Jada Valenciaga" has become a New York City household drag name performing in every major bar and nightclub in New York City. His quick rise to popularity has landed him headlining spots in shows like Queen at Industry Bar, GURLESQUE at Barracuda Bar, and at Señor Frogs NYC famous drag brunch in Times Square. Lady Gay: All of Me is the story of Bailey/Valenciaga not only finding himself, but truly accepting and loving who he is. Directed by Joshua Warr. Musical Direction by Ricky Romano.
$25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.BRADY VS. PARTRIDGE: THE BARDY BUNCH!, OCTOBER 12 & 29 AND NOVEMBER 4 AT 9:30PM:
The Bardy Bunch is back after its Chicago debut, bringing three "special episodes" of Brady and Partridge pop and other hits from the 70s.
On October 12, the Bradys and Partridges are brought together on one cabaret stage by an accidental double booking and compete for your vote to win one precious prize.
On October 29, join the grooviest slumber party in Manhattan, with Marcia Brady and Laurie Partridge hosting an all-nighter of singing, dancing, and prankster brothers.
On November 4, Peter Brady falls asleep while writing a paper on Shakespeare and has a mid-autumn night's dream, featuring singing Bradys, Partridges and the Bard himself.Featuring Kristy Cates (Wicked), Lori Hammel (Mamma Mia!), and Sean McDermott (Miss Saigon).
$35-45 cover charge. $75-80 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.SAMA: AN AMERICAN REQUIEM, OCTOBER 13 AT 6:30PM:
Join us at Feinstein's 54 below for a joyous evening featuring a concert-reading of ASCAP award-winner TJ Armand's sizzling new musical Sama: An American Requiem. Set during the Occupy Wall Street protests in 2011, this comedy drama focuses on a fictional pop star - the son of a Christian Lebanese family living in Massachusetts. Tariq becomes a household name in America under false pretenses and must choose between his allegiance to his family and maintaining his facade after the death of his gay twin Sama. Produced by Carl Paiva. Casting by LLCP Casting.
Featuring Lorraine Serabian (Zorba), Diana DiMarzio (Sweeney Todd), Rick Faugno (Jersey Boys) Sharone Sayegh (Mamma Mia!), Harriett D. Foy (Amazing Grace), Marlain Angelides (A Midsummer Night's Dream), and Gilbert D. Sanchez (Showgirls).
$25-39 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.54 SINGS BROADWAY'S GREATEST HITS!, OCTOBER 14 AT 9:30PM:
If you skip through cast albums just to hear the very best songs in each show, this is the nightclub concert event for you. If you love the classics of the Great White Way, come and hear the songs that made Broadway great, that made your heart soar, that you used to sing (maybe still do) in the shower! But at Feinstein's/54 Below, you will hear the greatest Broadway songs of all time performed by today's greatest stars, singing them straight up, the way you want to hear them. Produced, directed, and hosted by Scott Siegel. Featuring Willy Falk, Rachel Zatcoff, and more to be announced. $40-50 cover charge. $85 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum. MUSEMATCH 8.0, OCTOBER 14 AT 11:30PM:
MuseMatch is a Musical Theater Blind Date Collaboration, where composers are paired with singers they don't know and are asked to share their deepest, personal joys and fears; and make a song together. All for charity.
The singers include Glenn Seven Allen, Traci Bair, Lauren Fijol, Jacey Powers, Erin Quill, Lauren Hooper, Tiffany Chalothorn, EJ Zimmerman Allen, Eric LaJuan Summers, Sharone Sayegh, Omar Lopez Cepero, Bryna O'Neill, Hansel Tan, Jason Veasey, Kyle Scatliffe, and Alena Watters. The composers include Jessica Wu, Andrew Sotomayor, Timothy Huang, Rob Baumgartner & Nathan Dame, Sami Horneff, Emily Chiu & Keurim Hur, Jennifer Sanchez, Ben Boecker, Joy Son, Yan Li, Ashkon Davaran, Heath Saunders, Trevor Bachman, Zack Zadek, Caleb Damschroder, and Alexander Sage Oyen.$20 cover charge. $45 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food and beverage minimum.JOHN O'HURLEY, OCTOBER 15 & 16 AT 7PM:
John O'Hurley, an extraordinary multi-talent of both stage and screen, makes his solo debut with A Man With Standards, a retrospective on the songs of The Great American Songbook along with the musings from his eclectic life and career. Best known for his television and film work on titles including Seinfeld, Dancing with the Stars, Family Feud, SpongeBob SquarePants, and more, O'Hurley is also a veteran of the theatre. He starred as Billy Flynn in Broadway's Chicago, and has also taken the stage in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Brigadoon, and Pirates of Penzance.
$50-60 cover charge. $85 VIP seating. $95-100 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.
Michael Mott & FRIENDS, OCTOBER 15 AT 9:30PM:
Critically acclaimed songwriter, Michael Mott returns to Feinstein's/ 54 Below for a one night only brand new concert of his original pop and soul music. Joined by some of the best voices from the pop world and Broadway community, he will debut several new selections as well as a handful of fan favorites from his debut album, "Where The Sky Ends" and its subsequent "The Dance Remixes" EP. In addition to the stellar cast singing his work, Mott will be backed by a five piece band and three back-up singers.
After performing their show around the world, from Mexico to Vietnam, award-winning singer/pianists Nate Buccieri and Brian Nash finally bring Snuggling Pianos home to their audiences in New York. It's like dueling pianos...except since Nate and Brian are besties, their pianos don't duel, they snuggle. And unlike dueling pianos, there's far less Billy Joel and way more big gay musical theatre duets, insane mashups, improv, 90's singer-songwriter moments, foreign language showtunes, and requests. It's the most fun you can have watching two boys, two keyboards, and a piano onstage. $20 cover charge. $45 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food and beverage minimum.Allison Guinn: THE LEGACY OF Daisy Dean, OCTOBER 16 AT 9:30PM:
Broadway actor, singer, and East Tennessee native Allison Guinn has created a night of heart, harmonies, and humor in an Old Time Country and Storytelling concert celebrating her legendary Grandmother called The Legacy of Daisy Dean. From her Granny's beginnings as an orphan during the Depression, through tales of darkly humorous childhood mishaps, from forbidden first loves, to life's great heartbreaks, Guinn tells her Granny's life story and sings all the songs her Granny loved and taught her as a little girl. Featuring special guests Lauren Elder (Hair, Side Show) and Briana Carlson-Goodman (Les MIserables, Hair). $25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.THE BROADWAY PRINCE PARTY, OCTOBER 17 AT 7PM & 9:30PM:
After six sold out "Broadway Princess Parties," the time has come for Broadway's favorite leading men to stand in the spotlight in The Broadway Prince Party at Feinstein's/54 Below! Hosted by Aladdin's Adam Jacobs and Anastasia's Derek Klena, and produced by The Broadway Princess Party's Laura Osnes and music director Benjamin Rauhala, the very first Broadway Prince Party will be an unforgettable manly evening of heroism, bravura, and macho magic. The all-star cast will sing the most beloved 'prince' songs of stage and screen. Featuring Adam Jacobs (Aladdin, The Lion King), Derek Klena (Anastasia, Wicked), Jake Boyd (Wicked, Rock of Ages), Joe Carroll (Cinderella, The Bandstand), Matt Doyle (The Book of Mormon, Spring Awakening), Max von Essen (An American In Paris, Les Miserables), Drew Gehling (Waitress, Jersey Boys), Raymond J. Lee (Anything Goes, Mamma Mia!), Kevin Massey (Tarzan, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder), Ryan Silverman (The Phantom of the Opera, Side Show), James Snyder (If/Then, Ever After), and Matthew Scott (An American in Paris, Sondheim on Sondheim). $40-50 cover charge. $80 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Rachel Levy: FROM THE WHITE HOUSE TO BROADWAY'S LIVING ROOM, OCTOBER 19 AT 7PM:
Come meet Rachel Levy, the 17 year old Montville, New Jersey high school student who recently made her television debut in TLC's special, Broadway At The White House. Michelle Obama and Stephen Schwartz gave this high school student a standing ovation for her duet of "For Good" with Kristin Chenoweth... and Chenoweth selected Rachel herself for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Now Rachel brings her very own concert to the stage. Join Rachel as she performs songs from the artists and shows that have influenced her the most - from Sara Bareilles to Wicked and Les Miserables. $35-45 cover charge. $70 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Carole J. Bufford: MUSIC OF THE 1920S AND BEYOND, OCTOBER 19 AT 9:30PM:
Carole J. Bufford returns to Feinstein's/54 Below with her new show, ROAR! Music of the 1920's and Beyond, featuring classics from the Jazz Age songbook made famous by the likes of Sophie Tucker, Al Jolson, Bessie Smith, Louis Armstrong, Helen Morgan, Annette Hanshaw, and more. Come join Carole as she travels back to a time where flappers, vamps, and sheiks were shimmying in gin joints as a whirl of great social and political change happened all around them. $30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.MIND THE GAP: THE SONGS OF DUSTY SPRINGFIELD, Petula Clark, Amy Winehouse, AND ADELE, OCTOBER 20 AT 9:30PM:
From the creators of Back To The Garden and August 1969: A Tribute to the Women of Woodstock, Mind The Gap highlights British soul singers: Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, Amy Winehouse, and Adele. Dominating the U.S. and UK charts since the 1960's, these soul sisters have a catalogue of music filled with timeless soul. Mind The Gap celebrates the legacy, the nostalgia, and the indelible mark they have made in the music world. Featuring Melissa Hammans, Maddy Wyatt, and Amy Lynn Zanetto. $30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Eric Yves Garcia, OCTOBER 21 AT 9:30PM:
Don't miss singer, pianist, Bistro and Margaret Whiting Award winner Eric Yves Garcia as he walks along the hall of his heroes in his brand new show Keepers of the Keys. The performance will feature the work of Nat King Cole, Hoagy Carmichael, Hutch, Bobby Short, and Barbara Carroll. Each grappled with forces that might have kept them pinned behind their instrument, unheard. Instead, each used the piano keys to open their futures. They made a room vibrant with color and possibility when all it used to be was noise and smoke. Join us as Eric Yves Garcia celebrates these important artists in song. $25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.ALICE WONDER IN CONCERT, OCTOBER 21 AT 11:30PM:
The new musical Alice Wonder follows Alice, a stressed out and overworked modern day single mother. Just when she thinks life can't get any worse, she falls down a manhole into a soul-filled Wonderland. Alice takes an outrageous and uproarious musical journey, meeting larger than life characters along the way. From Hip Hop to Gospel, Jazz to Reggae, you won't want her to find her way home. Music and Lyrics by Joe Rogers. Book by Rudy Eastman and Jordan E. Cooper. $15 cover charge. $35 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food and beverage minimum.THEATER IN THE NOW PRESENTS SPOTLIGHT ON: 5TH BIRTHDAY BASH, OCTOBER 22 AT 11:30PM:
For five years, Theater in the Now has recognized over 1,000 Broadway, Off Broadway, and Indie artists through the Spotlight On series. To celebrate the big milestone, we're throwing a birthday bash! Join some of Theater in the Now's favorite Spotlight On participants as they perform their favorite songs from their favorite musicals, shows they missed, and many more. Theater in the Now presents Spotlight On: 5th Birthday Bash will be hosted by Michael Block. $15 cover charge. $35 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food and beverage minimum.BEST IN SHOWS: A BENEFIT FOR THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF NEW YORK, OCTOBER 23 AT 7PM:
Best in Shows - Broadway Legends Honor the Humane Society of New York, star-studded cabaret evening benefitting the Humane Society of New York, will honor Tom Viola, Executive Director of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. Mr. Viola will be awarded the second annual Humane Society of New York's Sandy Fund Award in recognition of his deep concern and support of the needs of rescued animals. The evening will be presented by Dorothy and Bill Berloni and will have music direction by Seth Rudetsky, who will also host the star-studded show featuring Broadway's brightest performers, joined by surprise two and four legged guests. $150 Main Dining Room cover charge includes open bar and hors d'oeuvres. $250 Premium Seating includes open bar and hors d'oeuvres and a champagne reception with performers after the show.BINGO THE MUSICAL REUNION CONCERT, OCTOBER 24 AT 7PM:
The cast of the Off-Broadway musical Bingo (Tony nominee Beth Malone, Tony nominee Liz Larsen, Ann Harada, KLea Blackhurst, Janet Metz, Stacia Fernandez, and Patrick Ryan Sullivan) are reuniting for one special night at Feinstein's/54 Below's "Bingo Hall!" The audience will get to play real bingo games. Written by Michael Heitzman, Ilene Reid, and David Holcenberg, Bingo is a splashy, zippy, fun musical comedy about a group of die-hard bingo players who stop at nothing to miss their weekly game. In between the number calling, strange rituals, and fierce competitions, love blossoms and long lost friends reunite. These lovable characters spring to life with a smart, funny script and bouncy, hummable score. $30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.CHRISTIAN DE GRÉ: A DRINK WITH DEATH, OCTOBER 21 AT 9:30PM:
2016 New York Innovative Theater Award Nominee Christian De Gré (Fatty Fatty No Friends) and award winning company Mind The Art Entertainment present a dark and twisted new song cycle about the horrors and wonders of death. Starring a macabre mix of Broadway veterans and Mind The Art all stars, A Drink with Death embarks on a journey to the underworld through the eyes of the mythical Mexican ambassador of death, La Muerte. As a handful of lost souls come face to face with their own demise, they take a final shot with La Muerte en route to whatever afterlife they believe in. Featuring Nicholas Connolly, Charly Dannis, Mary Spencer Knapp, Jeff Kready, Anthony Lopez, and Rob Moreira. $25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.Kate Baldwin: EXTRAORDINARY MACHINE, OCTOBER 25-29 AT 7PM:
Join Tony Award nominee Kate Baldwin (Big Fish, Giant, John & Jen, Finian's Rainbow, Songbird) in an evening of songs and stories, as she candidly and comically deconstructs the façade of being a Broadway star, mother, and Midwest ingénue turned New Jersey suburbanite. Featuring an eclectic mix of Broadway, indie pop, folk, and country melodies from such artists as Fiona Apple, Ingrid Michaelson, and Elvis Costello, Baldwin promises to pull no punches in a show that is both unexpected and unencumbered. Musical Direction by Kris Kukul. Directed by Robbie Rozelle.
$45-55 cover charge. $65 VIP seating. $90-95 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.
Featuring Nicholas Barasch (Harry Jekyll), Tessa Grady (Charlie), Krystal Joy Brown (Mami Wata), Autumn Hurlbert (Brigitte), James Hunsaker (Arthur Jekyll), and Carl Danielsen (Mr. Folsom).
$30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.HEXED: A FEMME ROCK MUSICAL, OCTOBER 25 AT 9:30PM:
YOUNG DR. JEKYLL IN CONCERT, OCTOBER 25 AT 9:30PM:
Did you know that before Jekyll became Hyde there was a young, naive Jekyll who lived in a London flat with his even younger brother, a nosy landlord and a female room-mate disguised as a young man? Unlikely romances bloom in the Jekyll's flat while Jekyll tries to recreate a formula for human intelligence he found on a trip to Africa in this musically spicy concert presentation of Young Dr Jekyll, a new musical comedy. Musical Direction by Philip Stern. Concert Staging and Direction by Lisa Hopkins. Music and Lyrics by Philip Stern. Book by Philip Stern, Tim Wells, and Lisa Hopkins.
Witches. Cults. End of Days. Bad Ass Chicks. High Rock Screaming. An all-female cast joins hands as a coven this October for the one-night only concert performance of Hexed: A Femme Rock Musical. The high octane score by AnDrew Barret Cox infuses rock, metal, emo, punk, grunge, and pop to make you wish you never left your angsty middle school years behind you. Featuring Natalie Weiss (Everyday Rapture), Lauren Chapman (Kinky Boots), Julia Mattison (Godspell), Tyla Rae Groves (Motown), Ashley Kelley (Bella: An American Tall Tale), Misha Lambert, Kyla Walker, Alexa Bouchard, Katherine Baroff, Aneesa Folds, Michele Geosits, Hayley Moir, Melanie Porras, and Kerri George. $25-35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.SharRon Matthews NAKED, OCTOBER 28 AT 9:30PM:
Known across the internet as "Joan the Secretary" from Tina Fey's Mean Girls and in her native Canada where she starred for two seasons on the hit TV show, Canada Sings, SharRon Matthews spins the music of AC/DC, Amy Winehouse, Chaka Kahn, Beyonce?, Annie Lennox, Cheap Trick, P!NK, Coldplay, U2, Serena Ryder, the Beatles, and more. Sharron takes you straight to the bone with her spellbinding stories of want, of need, of love, of fear, and, as always, of hysterical joy. In NAKED, Sharron strips down musically and emotionally, pulling the audience into this intimate performance in a way that is both moving and breathtaking. $25-35 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.THE RAGE: CARRIE 2, AN UNAUTHORIZED MUSICAL PARODY IN CONCERT, OCTOBER 28 AT 11:30PM:
Since 1976 you've been in love with Carrie White, the telekinetic teen whose catastrophic prom night captivated the nation and led to thrilling adaptations, musicals, and revivals. Since 1999, you've completely missed the fact Carrie has a legitimate sequel, The Rage: Carrie 2, that tells story of Carrie's half-sister, Rachel, an angst-ridden rebel whose life seems to be looking up before her mysterious powers take hold. Now, with The Rage: Carrie 2, An Unauthorized Musical Parody in Concert you can relive the magic of Carrie in nearly every way as prom night survivor-turned-counselor Sue Snell seeks to help Rachel before it's too late, Rachel's hyper-religious mother tries to kill her, and popular high schoolers prove, once again, they are the absolute worst. Music and Lyrics by Rebekah M. Allen. Directed by Michael Bello. Music Direction by Patrick Sulken. Featuring Jenny Rose Baker, Jake Boyd, Lauren Chapman, Rachel King, Jessica Kahkoska, Shakina Nayfack, and Philip Jackson Smith. $15 cover charge. $35 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food and beverage minimum.Jay Armstrong Johnson ALBUM RELEASE CONCERT, OCTOBER 30 AT 9:30PM:
Jay Armstorng Johnson (On The Town, Hands on a Hardbody, Quantico), premiered his personal, eclectic solo show at Feinstein's/54 Below this past spring. Now join him for his live album release concert, featuring songs from Broadway to radio pop to gospel, with fresh arrangements and a full all-star band. Expect everything from Sondheim to Dixie Chicks. There is also a Halloween twist! Expect Hocus Pocus to make an appearance, a stage full of artists in Halloween costumes, and even a prize for the audience member with the best "Studio 54 celebrity" Halloween costume! $35-45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum. REDRUM - THE SHINING PARODY UNAUTHORIZED, OCTOBER 31 AT 7PM:
In an unforgettable world premiere concert event of Redrum - The Shining Parody Unauthorized, experience such songs as "He's The Little Boy Who Lives In My Mouth", "Welcome To The Overlook", "Correct Them" "Come Play With Us Danny" & "Bourbon Of My Heart." Written by Joe Lovero and Jon Hugo Ungar. Directed by Ricky Hinds and Joe Lovero. Featuring Max Roll and more to be announced. $30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.INTO SWEENEY TODD'S WOODS, OCTOBER 31 AT 9:30PM:
Back for a fourth smash year to celebrate Halloween! Well Hello, Little Girl... There are Giants in the Sky at Feinstein's/54 Below when host Phil Geoffrey Bond (Sondheim Unplugged) and some of Broadway and cabaret's spookiest talents (along with a ghoulish trio of Sondheimhood's creepiest musicians) collide for a night celebrating the music of these two landmark musicals. $35-45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.
54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, and Michael Feinstein, one of the world's great musical artists, have united to give New York an unparalleled destination for entertainment and dining. Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, is the performance venue in the grand tradition of New York City nightlife. A few blocks from the heart of Times Square and just below the legendary Studio 54, Feinstein's/54 Below is a classically designed state-of-the art nightclub in the theatre district that hosts audiences with warmth and style. Feinstein's/54 Below presents iconic and rising stars from the worlds of Broadway and popular music. The venue provides a food and beverage menu from early evening through the wee hours of the morning that is worthy of the world-class entertainment on the stage. Located at 254 West 54th Street, Feinstein's/54 Below features up to three shows nightly with cover charges ranging from $5-$105.