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BWW Picks for Best Cabaret Shows in NYC This Week, 9/10 to 9/16

BWW Picks for Best Cabaret Shows in NYC This Week, 9/10 to 9/16
Joe Iconis and Family return to the Laurie Beechman Theatre this week.
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JANE LYNCH AND KATE FLANNERY: TWO LOST SOULS

A Café Carlyle fall season that boasts Alexa Ray Joel, Michael McDonald, and more kicks off this Tuesday. Jane Lynch and Kate Flannery will reunite following their hit holiday album, A SWINGIN' LITTLE CHRISTMAS, to make their debut at the historic venue. Described as "the Rat Pack with a couple of broads," Lynch and Flannery bring in humor, wit, and a one-of-a-kind spin to Broadway favorites, Sixties hits, and more. Sept. 11-22 at 8:45 PM. (Café Carlyle, The Carlyle, 35 E. 76 St., www.cafecarlylenewyork.com)


JOE ICONIS AND FAMILY

Joe Iconis is having a really good year, thanks to the successful off-Broadway premiere of BE MORE CHILL and an upcoming Broadway transfer, and what better way to celebrate than with Family? Iconis and his Family of collaborators head to the Laurie Beechman Theatre, the final performance of a four-show run, to party their way through a set of old faves and new soon-to-be faves. Expect special guests Nick Blaemire, Seth Eliser, Jason SweetTooth Williams, Lauren Marcus, and more. Sept. 13 at 11:00 PM. (Laurie Beechman Theatre, 407 W. 42nd Street,, www.westbankcafe.com)


LET'S ORDER IN: AN EVENING WITH MICHELE BROURMAN

Award-winning singer-songwriter Michele Brourman makes a night out feel like home as she invites you into her living room with LET'S ORDER IN. The show travels from London's The Pheasantry to New York's Pangea this week, and with the help of guest pianist and vocalist Billy Stritch, Brourman presents the familiar alongside the fresh, singing from her latest album, THE PRICE OF LOVE, the soundtrack to a universally-human experience. Sept. 15 at 7 PM. (Pangea, 178 2nd Avenue, www.pangeanyc.com)


ELLA SANG THE BLUES WITH BRIANNA THOMAS

Vocalist Brianna Thomas makes blue feel new with a reimagining of Ella Fitzgerald's THESE ARE THE BLUES, the only all-blues album Fitzgerald released. After an early version premiered at 2017's Generations in Jazz Festival, Thomas has quickly become an audience favorite, and, like Ella herself, swoops effortlessly from bubbly to seductive to soulful, and always powerful. Sept. 14 at 7 PM and Sept. 15 at 7 PM and 9:30 PM. (The Appel Room, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 10 Columbus Circle, www.jazz.org)


JEFF MACAULEY: WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO?
Historically rich and passionately told, MAC-nominated vocalist Jeff Macauley's shows feel like the product of a golden age: indulgent and ever-enticing. His latest, WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO?, examines the divergent but intersecting paths of composer/jazz pianist Bobby Troup and noted Hollywood hedonist Scotty Bowers, weaving together their respective songs and stories. Sept. 14 at 7 PM. (Pangea, 178 2nd Avenue, www.pangeanyc.com)

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