Krakowski, McGovern, Eder and More Join Daly and Buckley at Feinstein's in 2010

Krakowski, McGovern, Eder and More Join Daly and Buckley at Feinstein's in 2010

Broadway stars Jane Krakowski, Maureen McGovern, and Linda Eder will join previously announced Tyne Daly and Betty Buckley at Feinstein's at Regency in 2010. Krakowski will appear from May 4th through 15th, with Eder performing April 6th through 17th. McGovern will present her cabaret show A Long and Winding Road for two performances on February 8th.

Tyne Daly will return to the club to open the official season from January 19 to 30 with her new show "The Second Time Around." Following the triumphant run last year of her show "Broadway By Request," Tony Award winner Betty Buckley will return to the club with a new program of Broadway songs she's always wanted to sing from February 2 to 27. She will be joined by longtime Music Director Kenny Werner and John McDaniel will serve as Music Consultant. Acclaimed singer Marilyn Maye will make her Feinstein's debut with a new show created exclusively for the club from March 2 to 13.

In addition, the club has announced a new price structure. All headliner shows for the spring season will have a select amount of seats - based on availability - with a $40 cover charge and no food/beverage minimum. In addition, for the first three months of the season, all 10:30 PM late shows will have $40 cover charge, with $60 premium seats available. All shows will take place at the Loews Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street).

Emmy nominee and Tony Award winner Jane Krakowski stars as Jenna Maroney, the star of "The Girlie Show," in NBC's three-time Emmy Award-winning "30 Rock." Krakowski is an accomplished actress, dancer and singer with numerous awards and credits to her name in film, theatre and television. She has appeared on Broadway in Nine, Funny Girl, Once Upon a Mattress, Tartuffe, Company, Face Value, Grand Hotel, and Starlight Express. She recently debuted her cabaret show to sold out audiences at the Kennedy Center in DC and Feinstein's in NYC. In 2009, the New Jersey born actress was honored with an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Jenna Maroney.

Krakowski, McGovern, Eder and More Join Daly and Buckley at Feinstein's in 2010Often compared to Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland, Linda Eder first captured public attention with her unprecedented 12- week winning streak on the TV show Star Search. The success expanded her fan base nationally and led to a leading role as Lucy Harris in the 1990 Broadway- bound musical Jekyll & Hyde. The mainstay of Eder's career, however, remains the concert stage.

Over the years, passionate fans across the country have packed concert venues from The Greek Theater in Los Angeles to New York's Radio City Music Hall, The Gershwin Theater, The Palace Theater and four sold-out shows at Carnegie Hall. With soaring high notes and swelling crescendos, she reigns supreme with a versatile repertoire that covers pop standards, light swing, adult contemporary balladry, jazz and country.

Maureen McGovern's almost 40-year career includes Grammy Award nominations for "Best New Artist" and "Best Traditional Pop Vocal," a Grammy Award for "Best Musical Recording for Children" for her participation in "Songs from the Neighborhood: The Music of Mister Rogers," and the Academy Award-winning Gold Records "The Morning After" (Billboard #1) and "We May Never Love Like This Again." Her PS Classics release A Long and Winding Road was praised by The New York Times as "a captivating musical scrapbook from the 1960s to the early ‘70s. Ms. McGovern is blessed with a vocal technique second to none." Other critically acclaimed musical tributes include her Gershwin, Arlen, Rodgers, Marilyn and Alan Bergman CDs and more.

Krakowski, McGovern, Eder and More Join Daly and Buckley at Feinstein's in 2010On Broadway, Ms. McGovern appeared in Little Women, The Musical, creating the role of Marmee, for which she was nominated for a 2005 Drama Desk Award, The Pirates of Penzance, Nine, 3 Penny Opera, and the recent national tours of Little Women, The Musical and The King and I. Off Broadway, she appeared in Brownstone, originating the role of Mary. Regionally, she has performed in Maureen McGovern: A Long and Winding Road (world premiere at Arena Stage, presented in cooperation with the Huntington), Elegies, Dear World, Letters From 'Nam (originating the role of Eleanor Bridges, at the North Shore Music Theatre), The Lion in Winter, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Of Thee I Sing, Let 'Em Eat Cake, The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Guys & Dolls, I Do, I Do, and The Bengal Tiger's Ball (composed the music, co-created, and starred). She also appeared in The Towering Inferno and as the guitar-strumming nun in the film Airplane!, and lent her voIce To DreamWorks' animated feature Joseph: King of Dreams.

Tyne Daly is best known for her work on TV's "Cagney and Lacey" and her performance as Rose in the 1989 Gypsy Broadway revival. She was also Tony-nominated for her most recent appearance on Broadway in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Rabbit Hole. Her other New York theater appearances include The Butter and Egg Man (NY debut), Mystery School (OCC nomination), Gypsy and The Seagull. Regional theater credits include Jenny Kissed Me, She Loves Me, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Private Ear/Public Eye, Oliver, The Birthday Party, Three Sisters, Ashes (U.S. Premiere), Gethsemane Springs and Come Back Little Sheba (LA Drama Logue Award).

Film roles include John and Mary, Play It As It Lays, Zoot Suit, The Enforcer and The Simian Line, as well as television movies "A Howling in the Woods," "Larry," "The Entertainer," "Kids Like These," "The Perfect Mother," "Cagney & Lacey" and "Intimate Strangers" (Emmy nom). Her TV roles include "Judging Amy" (Emmy Award), "Christy" (Emmy Award), "Wings" (Emmy nom), "Cagney & Lacey" (four Emmy Awards), "Columbo," "Magnum P.I.," "The Mod Squad," "McMillian and Wife," "Ironside," "Medical Center" and "The Virginian."

Betty Buckley won a Tony Award for her performance as "Grizabella" in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats, a Tony Award nomination for her performance as "Hesione" in Triumph of Love, and an Olivier nomination for her interpretation of "Norma Desmond" in Sunset Boulevard. Her other Broadway credits include Lloyd Webber's Song and Dance and the role of "Margaret White" in the cult musical Carrie. She made her Broadway debut creating the role of "Martha Jefferson" in the musical 1776, then performed the roles of "Catherine" in Bob Fosse's Pippin and "Edwin Drood" in the New York Shakespeare Festival's The Mystery of Edwin Drood. In London she starred as "Fran Kubelik" in Promises, Promises, for which she received a nomination from The Evening Standard for Best Actress in a Musical.

Her film appearances include her debut in Brian de Palma's screen version of Stephen King's Carrie, Bruce Beresford's Tender Mercies, Roman Polanski's Frantic, Wood Allen's Another Woman, and Lawrence Kasden's Wyatt Earp. On television, she recently finished the film Vinegar Hill for CBS. For three seasons she played the role of "Suzanne Fitzgerald" in the HBO Cable series Oz. She was featured on the Fox series "The Jury," the USA Network series "Monk" and starred for four seasons as "Abby Bradford" in the hit series "Eight is Enough." She recently starred in the M. Night Shyamalan film The Happening.

Marilyn Maye was dubbed "Super Singer" by the late Johnny Carson. Ella Fitzgerald called her "the greatest white female singer in the world." The Houston Chronicle termed her "a National Treasure." Add 76 appearances on "The Tonight Show," a Grammy Award nomination in the mid-1960s as Best New Artist, a bevy of awards reflecting her showmanship, and you have an illustrious singing career that is still going strong after a lifetime spent entertaining audiences.

She also appeared with Mr. Carson in a number of large venue concerts, sang with the Phoenix Symphony under the baton of Doc Severinsen and, more recently, was the featured singer with both the Philadelphia Pops Orchestra and the Florida Symphony Orchestra at the behest of Peter Nero, who was the pops conductor. As a result of this resurgence in popularity, Marilyn has never been busier. She accepted the 2008 Critics Nightlife Award as Outstanding Cabaret Vocalist at New York's Town Hall, where she closed the show to a standing ovation. She appeared in a sold-out concert at the Annenberg Theater in Palm Springs, followed by a guest appearance at the Aids Project Los Angeles benefit held at the Wilshire Theater in Beverly Hills. In April, 2008, she was the recipient of Backstage Magazine's Life Time Achievement Award, and in June 2008, the Kansas Governor's Arts Award Committee honored Marilyn with their Distinguished Arts Award.

FEINSTEIN'S AT LOEWS REGENCY is located at at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street in New York City. Jackets are suggested but not required. For ticket reservations and club information, please call (212) 339-4095 or visit and


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