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Julia Murney, Andrea Burns & More Set for Feinstein's/54 Below This Week

This week FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz and beyond. To purchase tickets or for more information, or call (646) 476-3551.


Broadway's Andréa Burns (In the Heights, The Nance, On Your Feet) presents a hilarious and moving evening that explores finding a state of grace at forty while reasserting that Latinas don't play. Weaving Broadway with pop culture, expect tunes by Sara Bareilles, Stephen Sondheim, Celia Cruz, Peter Gabriel, and more as Andréa teams up with Tony and Grammy Award-winning music director of Hamilton, Alex Lacamoire. $30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


Broadway's Nick Rashad Burroughs (Kinky Boots) and Marisha Wallace (Something Rotten) join forces for a night full of soul, jazz, gospel, and showtunes in their 54 Below debut, Baptized By Broadway! Join Nick and Marisha as they take you though their journey of growing up in the southern church to their road to Broadway! Nick Rashad Burroughs is currently in Kinky Boots on Broadway as the Lola understudy/Angel. He's performed regionally in shows such as Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), Shrek (Donkey), Hairspray (Seaweed), and many more! Marisha Wallace is currently on Broadway in Something Rotten as the Bea understudy/Ensemble; she was last seen on Broadway in Aladdin as the Fortune Teller and was a part of the first National Tour of Book of Mormon! $20 cover charge. $40 premium seating. $20 food and beverage minimum or two drinks.


Fresh off her acclaimed "auspicious off-Broadway debut" (Entertainment Weekly) in Ruthless!, Kim Maresca is bringing her new act to Feinstein's/54 Below. Come meet the girl that has "all the makings of a great big Broadway star" (Gay City News) in this intimate evening of songs that make her giddy, songs that make her dream...and songs that scare the sh*t out of her! Kim will be backed by a 7-piece band of Broadway musicians, with orchestrations and arrangements by Larry Mooreand Josh Clayton. A portion of the proceeds from this show will be donated to Broadway Dreams.$40-50 cover charge. $75 premium seating. Cover charge includes an open bar.


"A gifted singer and actor." - The New York Times. It's about time you get to know Jed Resnick. Currently appearing in Avenue Q at New World Stages, this "entirely charming" performer is stepping into the spotlight for his solo debut at Feinstein's/54 Below. You're in for an evening of song, featuring rock & pop covers, re-imagined show tunes, and even some original work, as Jed shares stories of his journey to, off, and under Broadway. While still attending Brown University, Jed landed the role of Mark Cohen in Jonathan Larson's Rent. He went on to appear on Broadway and the Broadway National Tours of Avenue Q and Rent, regionally in The Last Five Years, Pregnancy Pact, ...Charlie Brown, and Little Women, as well as in numerous other productions and cabarets here in New York City. So what's it all about? "Well, it's about time!" says his mother. Jed will be joined on stage by some dear friends from his camp days at Stagedoor Manor, Erich Bergen("Madam Secretary," Jersey Boys), Nikka Graff Lanzerone (Chicago, Women on the Verge...),Dana Steingold (Spelling Bee), Liana Stampur (Broadway Stands Up For Freedom) and Zac Young ("Top Chef: Just Desserts," "Unique Sweets"); from Avenue Q, husband and wife Rob McClure (Honeymoon in Vegas, Chaplin) and Maggie Lakis (Because of Winn-Dixie); and from the early days of his career, Allison Posner (Volleygirls) and Onyinyechi Nwachukwu (Rent). The evening will be directed by Michael Perlman, with music supervision and arrangements by Brian Nash, and is produced by Erica Rotstein and Dana Gitlin. $30-40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


"Andrea Marcovicci has an incandescent enthusiasm and a masterly balance between poignancy and wit." - Stephen Holden, The New York Times. Andrea Marcovicci, "torch singer, spellbinder, heart-breaker," (People) is back this fall! It's a birthday celebration and a brand new show! Let's Get Lost pays homage to her favorites: Audrey Hepburn ("Two for the Road"), Fred Astaire ("I Won't Dance"/ "Fine Romance"), and, of course, torch songs ("Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" / "Say It Isn't So")! In addition, Andrea puts her own spin on a comic Broadway number and a modern chart topper. And for her fans, she's included her classic renditions of "These Foolish Things" and "New Words." It's a show you don't want to miss! In a career spanning over four decades, Andrea Marcovicci - glamorous, sophisticated, witty raconteur, actress, singer, and model - has laughed with Woody Allen, tussled with Sir Michael Caine, and smooched with Tom Selleck. She's played Broadway, sold out Carnegie Hall, and ushered in the millennium with the Chicago Symphony. She has created over thirty cabaret shows, and many full-cast variety shows across the country. $40-55 cover charge. $80-90 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


From the West End to Broadway, Liz Robertson is revered as theatre royalty, a permanent fixture in the glittering world of musical leading ladies. Audiences have been enthralled by her exquisite voice, her subtlety, and taste. Over the years she's worked with every major musical theatre composer from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim, to Rodgers and Hammerstein and, of course, her late husband Alan Jay Lerner. But she's now decided to mix things up musically and show people a different side with Songs From My Trunk. In it, Liz unveils an eclectic collection of songs from Van Morrison's "Someone Like You" to the Beatles' "Here There and Everywhere"... to "God Only Knows" by the Beach Boys and Ann Hampton Callaway's "Bring Back Romance"... plus songs from the Great American Songbook. As a very young actress/singer, Liz came to public attention starring as Eliza Doolittle in the 1979 London revival of My Fair Lady, a role for which she won the Variety Club's Most Promising Actress award and, not incidentally, won its lyricist, Alan J. Lerner. She has led the cast in a string of impressive and popular musicals, including the original productions of Song and Dance and Side By Side By Sondheim, Stepping Out, The Phantom of the Opera, Hairspray, and Love Never Dies in the West End. "From a young age, I wanted to sound like the popstars of my era... or to be sexy, down and dirty like Ella, Nina and Cleo, but there was nothing warm and smoky in my sound. Now is the time to start exploring those new notes with songs that I have always desired to sing but never could without sounding ridiculous. So here we are, my age!" - Liz Robertson. $35-45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


ACTOR THERAPY goes Feinstein's/54 Below! Hosted by award-winning composer-lyricist Ryan Scott Oliver (35mm, Darling) and Broadway actress Lindsay Mendez (Wicked, Dogfight,Godspell), ACTOR THERAPY is a series of masterclasses for performers looking to improve their auditions, build a better book, and expand their understanding of what it means to be an actor and song interpreter in New York today. Join us as we celebrate the alumni of this awesome program! Featuring: Tara Tagliaferro, Mathieu Whitman, Serena Berman, Chelsea Moss, Mariel Blatt, Steven Scarduzio, Alex Monge, Sean Stephens, Erin Rice, Samantha Harris, Caleb Schaaf, Allison Griffith, RB Emblazon, Brendan Daugherty and Julia Veeh. $10 cover charge. $30 premium seating. $20 food and beverage minimum or two drinks.


Julia Murney returns to Feinstein's/54 Below for her first solo show since 2012 and will be joined by Will van Dyke and the Whiskey 5! Julia's soaring voice and meaningful interpretations of Broadway and beyond make her a fan favorite on the Great White Way. She'll be covering songs by, among others, Maureen McGovern, Bonnie Raitt, Sara Bareilles, and One Direction. Yes, One Direction. A staple of the New York theatre scene, Julia has starred as 'Elphaba' on Broadway and in the national tour of Wicked. She has also appeared on Broadway in Lennon, as well off- Broadway in (among others) The Wild Party (Manhattan Theatre Club, Drama Desk Nomination),Falling (Minetta Lane Theatre, Drama Desk Nomination), The Landing (Vineyard) and Time and Again (Manhattan Theatre Club, Lucille Lortel Award Nomination). She's sung on concert stages all over the world from Carnegie Hall to Kuala Lumpur (literally) and her TV credits include "30 Rock," "Law & Order" and "Sex and the City." Don't miss a spectacular evening with Julia Murney at Feinstein's/54 Below! $30-40 cover charge. $65-70 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


From the Greenwich Village folk scene to the psychedelic height of Haight-Ashbury, Joan Baez, Janis Joplin, Melanie, and Grace Slick sang songs of love, heartache, and social injustice. It seems almost pre-destined that they would come together on a dairy farm in upstate New York for "three days of peace and music" and transform a generation. Women of Woodstock celebrates these four women who remain symbols of the legendary festival, leaving an indelible and provocative mark on popular music, American culture, and the world. Featuring Melissa Hammans (Company, Smokey Joe's Cafe), Shaleah Adkisson (Hair, Rent), Lori Eure (Cabaret), and Maddy Wyatt (Band of Wyatt). Directed by Amy Jones (Good Ol' Girls, Broadway Backwards). Mary Ann McSweeney(Bass), Barbara Merjan (drums), Musical Direction by Sue Terwilliger. $30-40 cover charge. $70 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


The first time that Sally Ann Triplett performed at Feinstein's/54 Below she sang a duet with Sting (she did after all play his wife in The Last Ship!). Now, Sally returns on her own to re-trace some of the steps she's taken over the past 35 years as a West End leading lady, in shows includingAnything Goes, Chicago, Guys And Dolls, Cats, Jolson, Grease, Follies, Chess, Whorehouse, and more. You might even expect a trip down memory lane to her very brief time in the original Broadway production of Carrie. There will be blood!... sweat and perhaps a few tears as Sally sings the work of Porter, Gershwin, Arlen, Pitchford, Wood, and (can't get rid of him)... Sting. $30-40 cover charge. $70 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


Following the sold-out success of TOTAL ECLIPSE: THE MUSIC OF JIM STEINMAN presented earlier this year with an all-star cast, Feinstein's/54 Below is once again the home for a night of music dedicated to one of the music industry's most iconic songwriters of all time, Jim Steinman, with PARADISE FOUND: THE LOST SONGS OF JIM STEINMAN. Starring thrilling and dynamic rising star Tyce Green on several epic Steinman anthems, both internationally recognized titles and hidden gems, the night will also feature special guests TBA. Between hits from BAT OUT OF HELL and beyond as well as a stunning selection of "lost children" personally curated by The Lord Of Excess himself, PARADISE FOUND: THE LOST SONGS OF JIM STEINMAN promises to be an unforgettable night of rock n roll. "Everything is permitted!" Special Guests set to appear includeJessica Hendy, Mike Schwitter, Melissa VanPelt, Gregory Sullivan and more. Artwork by Jack Danini. Produced and directed by Pat Cerasaro. $25 cover charge. $55 premium seating. $20 food and beverage minimum or two drinks.


New York City's enormously popular nonprofit singing organization Vocal Ease will hold its first benefit performance at Feinstein's/54 Below on Sunday, November 22nd at 2 p.m., featuring a cast of gifted performers presenting highlights from the Great American Songbook. Vocal Ease provides professional and heartfelt cabaret-style shows for New York City senior citizens at nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences. Its lively, audience-interactive performances have brought immeasurable joy and excitement to thousands for more than a decade. Karen Mason, cabaret and Broadway star who originated the role of Tanya in Mamma Mia, will headline the cast of artists, all of whom volunteer their time and talents to Vocal Ease. This special Feinstein's/54 Below performance is an opportunity for music lovers of all ages to experience the infectious and palpable joy of a Vocal Ease show. Come see a great show accompanied by an enticing auction and help support a local nonprofit doing great things for our New York City seniors. For further information please visit: $35-75 cover charge. $100 premium seating. Ticket price includes light bites and an open bar from 2PM - 4PM.


For her annual Thanksgiving week show at Feinstein's/54 Below, Ann Hampton Callaway has crafted an exciting world premiere night of music centered on the songs of women songwriters who have inspired her. Billie Holiday's "God Bless the Child," Carole King's "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" and Dorothy Field's "The Way You Look Tonight" are among the gems carefully chosen by the Platinum-selling composer and lyricist. Classics by Peggy Lee, Joni Mitchell, and Cynthia Weil, as well as songs by friends Michelle Brourman and Amanda McBroom, reflect the unique female perspective on love, life, and the pursuit of happiness. And expect to enjoy moments of Ann at the piano singing the best of her original songs. Directed by Dan Foster and supported by her all-star trio - Ted Rosenthal at the piano, Martin Wind on bass, and Tim Horner on drums - don't miss "Performer of the Year" Callaway's stirring night of song and story! $60-70 cover charge. $115 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.


Before cooking up the turkey and eating pumpkin pie, come enjoy an intimate evening of music at the renowned Feinstein's/54 Below with Broadway veteran Adam Pascal and Grammy nomineeLarry Edoff for a performance like no other. Pascal will be returning to this prestigious venue for this first time in two years! Originating starring roles such as Roger in RENT and Radames in Disney's hit musical Aida, Adam will delight and inspire audiences with his interpretations of Broadway classics including such songs as "Pity the Child" from Chess and "Sunday" from Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George. In addition, Adam's soaring rock voice lends itself to timeless rock and pop classics like Led Zeppelin's "Going' to California" and The Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby." Adam will be premiering never-before-heard songs along with masterful arrangements by Edoff. Special guests from the world of Broadway are also bound to appear for this special one night only event. $45-55 cover charge. $90 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.

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