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Norbert Leo Butz and Friends, Joely Fisher, and More Head to 54 Below Next Week


Norbert Leo Butz and Friends, Joely Fisher, and More Head to 54 Below Next Week

Next week, 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 or call (646) 476-3551.


Two-time Tony Award winner Norbert Leo Butz will headline this powerful evening of star performers to benefit The Angel Band Project, whose mission is to use the power of music to provide healing, raise awareness, and create positive social change for survivors of sexual violence.

The evening will be hosted by Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Mariska Hargitay.

Featured Performers: Norbert Leo Butz, Aaron Tveit, Sherie Scott, Jessie Mueller, Lindsay Mendez, Rosanne Cash, and John Leventhal.

Program and performers subject to change.

The Angel Band Project came about as a result of the tragic loss of Teresa Butz in 2009 to a horrible act of sexual violence. After witnessing the emotionally powerful singing at the funeral from Teresa's musically talented family and partner, Teresa's lifelong best friends were inspired to record them. Teresa's brother, Norbert Leo Butz, and Teresa's surviving partner, Jennifer Hopper, joined their efforts.

Their aim was simple: to capture the power in the music they heard to help others heal from the effects of sexual violence. The resulting benefit album not only helped them heal, but gave them the inspiration to create the country's first music therapy program designed to treat survivors of sexual violence. The organization currently funds programs in St. Louis, MO, New York, NY and Seattle, WA.

All proceeds from this event will provide life-affirming music therapy for survivors in crisis.


By purchasing tickets for this Special Event you agree to share your contact information with the hosts of this event.

$250-$275 cover charge. $300-$325 VIP seating. Ticket price includes a 3 course dinner and open bar. 10pm performance includes a post-show after party.


Before there was SNL, The Daily Show, and Last Week Tonight, there was As Thousands Cheer, Irving Berlin and Moss Hart's famed musical revue. Opening on Broadway in September 1933, As Thousands Cheer brought laughter and joy to audiences at the Music Box Theatre. Now, 85 years after its Broadway premiere and 20 years since its last production in New York, Feinstein's/54 Below and a cast of Broadway's finest (including members of the last revival) perform Irving Berlin's score. With classic songs including "Easter Parade," "How's Chances?," "Heat Wave," and "Harlem On My Mind," As Thousands Cheer will be a delightful evening of comedy, politics, show-stopping songs, and everything in between!

Featuring: Dana Aber, Jennifer Apple, Lindsay Fabes, Sheldon Gamabon, Monette McKay, Zachary Spiegel, Eric Stephenson, and more to be announced!

Music Direction by Eugene Gwozdz.

$35-$45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.


Serge Clivio, actor, recording artist and contestant on Season 1 of ABC's television reboot of "American Idol, makes his Feinstein's/54 Below debut in Sticks & Stones (Unplugged): A One-Night-Only Acoustic Event with his incredible band. Fresh off of the heels from sold-out shows in Boston and The Cutting Room, Sticks & Stones takes the audience on a journey of young love, heartbreak, and the reality of adulthood through intimate stories and personal songs. Featuring theater classics, original songs, and current pop/rock hits, Serge and his band bring together the wonderful worlds of theater and pop music (and this time it's all acoustic)! Join this rising star in an inspiring night that will be sure to leave audiences dreaming big and wanting more.

Chicago-based singer/songwriter Hannah Joy will join Serge as a special guest.

$30-$40 cover charge. $65 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.

John Anthony SINGS George Michael, NOVEMBER 14 AT 7:00PM

John Anthony, singer/songwriter whose album What A Man Can Do was featured in Billboard Magazine, returns to Feinstein's/54 Below with a powerful, intimate celebration of music from one of his idols, George Michael. John captures songs from George's early days with Wham! and from solo landmark albums Faith and Older. Expect historic duets featuring a special guest from the Broadway stage! Whether an uptempo pop hit, romantic ballad, or introspective offering from George's vast catalogue, Anthony tackles it all.

John will be joined by LaDonna Burns (Follies, Eubie) in a special guest appearance.

$40-$50 cover charge. $80 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.


Join us at Feinstein's/54 Below for an evening of songs by one of the most exciting new voices in musical theatre, Zack Zadek. Zack has been named by Playbill as "A Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriter You Should Know" and is a MacDowell Fellow, recipient of Weston's New Musical Award, a Kleban Prize Finalist and Jonathan Larson Grant Finalist, currently in residence with The Orchard Project Greenhouse and signed to Warner/Chappell music.

The concert will feature highlights from Zack's musicals including Deathless (2017 world premiere at Goodspeed), Store Brand (currently in development with The Civilians), The Crazy Ones (developed at the 5th Avenue Theatre), Love, Rosie (based on the 2014 film), and first time sneak peeks of other commissions in development.

Featuring an all-star cast of Broadway performers, and a killer band led by Zack, the evening marks Zack's return to the concert stage with loads of never-before-heard material. From the indie rock suburban vibes of Store Brand, to the deeply moving world of immortality painted in Deathless, experience some of the best new musical theatre, by one of its most daring new writers.

Featuring: Ally Bonino (Dogfight, Pregnancy Pact), Gerard Canonico (Be More Chill, Groundhog Day, American Idiot), Harrison Chad (The Black Suits, Caroline, or Change), Jenn Damiano (Deathless, Next To Normal, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark), Kasie Gasparini (Mamma Mia!), Jared Loftin (Gigantic, Saturday Night), Chris McCarrell (The Lightning Thief, Les Misérables), Grace McLean (Natasha, Pierre, and The Great Comet of 1812, Brooklynite), George Salazar (Be More Chill, The Lightning Thief, tick tick BOOM), Angela Sclafani (Kansas City Choir Boy, The Other Side of Paradise), Ariella Serur (Grand Concourse, The Bluest Ink), Betsy Wolfe (Waitress, Falsettos, Bullets Over Broadway), and more to be announced!

Produced and directed by Jennifer Ashley Tepper.

$35-$45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.

Joely Fisher, NOVEMBER 15 & 16 AT 7:00PM

Actress, director, and entertainer Joely Fisher invites you backstage, into the world of her career and family. Growing up in an iconic Hollywood dynasty with crooner Eddie Fisher and 60s sex kitten Connie Stevens as parents, Joely shares her unconventional coming of age story. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the family members and co-stars closest to her including how the loss of her unlikely hero, sister Carrie Fisher, ignited the writer and performer within.

Fisher's hilarious, irreverent, and down to earth show, based on her memoir Growing Up Fisher: Music, Memories, and Misadventures is filled with incredible music, candid stories, and never before seen photos that will break and warm your heart.

$45-$55 cover charge. $70 VIP seating. $95 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.


Can we ever transcend our circumstances and find true happiness, specifically through producing musicals in a barn surrounded by a cast comprised of stray cats? That question is answered (although many other questions are unanswered) as Screlton McNodes recounts his bizarre life in rural Alabama, with a set list that includes favorites such as "Defying Gravity," "Let It Go," and "Don't Rain on My Parade," all sung in their original octaves, and featuring brand new never-before-heard vowels and sometimes consonants. Performed by Martin Landry, with music direction by James Dobinson (Clinton, The View Upstairs), this show has been described as "remarkable," "special," and, well, "indescribable."

Featuring: Christina DeCicco (Evita, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Wicked), Hannah Elless (Bright Star, Godspell), and Sara Jean Ford (The Phantom of the Opera).

$25-$35 cover charge. $60 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.


Llewelyn Peña (Broadway Bares 2017-2018, Spring Awakening) and his friends explore and celebrate their daddies and the issues that come along with growing up, featuring a fun and eclectic range of Broadway favorites and pop hits. Come along as Llewelyn Peña recounts his life as the family black sheep - with his tongue planted firmly in his cheek. This concert's special guests include Fred Odgaard (Kinky Boots, Moulin Rouge), Claire Saunders (Cyrano De Bergerac), and Carlos Jimenez (Holland America Cruiselines).

$20 cover charge. $40 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food & beverage minimum.


How long will you hide before you just want to come out? Join us at Feinstein's/54 Below for an exciting concert version of the songs from Hide and Seek! An autobiographical musical, Hide and Seek tells the story of Andrew, a high school student who has recently realized he is gay. As he comes to terms with his newfound sexuality, Andrew must discover his true self and how to tell his closest friends and family.

Written by sixteen year old Danny Feldman, experience his story performed by an all-star Broadway cast. This concert is directed and music directed by Ben Caplan.

Featuring: Danny Feldman, Mia Gerachis (Elf), Celeste Hudson (Beardo), Michael Lorz ("Gotham" on FOX), Rachel Resheff (The People in the Picture, Mary Poppins), Michael Ryan (Newsies), Emerson Steele (Violet, Parade at Lincoln Center), Talia Suskauer (Be More Chill, Love in Hate Nation), Allie Trimm (13, Bye Bye Birdie), and Ari Wilford (Once).

$40-$50 cover charge. $80 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.

PEACE SONGS: FEATURING Caroline Bowman, Mia Gentile, Dan Gleason, AND MORE!, NOVEMBER 16 AT 11:30PM

Come join some of Broadway's biggest stars for an evening of music with a single message: peace. With classic music from Cat Stevens and Joni Mitchell, and plenty of contemporary and show tunes mixed in, join us for an evening highlighting positivity and possibility. Led by off-Broadway's Nathan Gardner (Death for Five Voices), the evening features Broadway's Caroline Bowman (Wicked, Kinky Boots), Mia Gentile (Kinky Boots), Alan Wiggins (Pretty Woman, Lion King, Beautiful), and Dan Gleason (Wicked). The evening will be packed full of inspiring music from all genres to remind you of all that's good in the world. Come get your peace on!

$25 cover charge. $50 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food & beverage minimum.


In celebration of her seventieth birthday, and after creating over forty cabaret shows, plus thirty record-breaking years of NYC appearances, Andrea Marcovicci will play her final New York solo cabaret, Crossing Time, for one night only, at Feinstein's/54 Below.

When life sends you down unexpected pathways - no matter what you may desire - it's best to embrace the adventure! Crossing Time takes us on a journey through life's many milestones. From the sadness of loss, to the joy of wedding bells and beyond, these life-altering moments motivate us to stop taking the ride for granted and, instead, cherish each twist and turn. Experience them all in song.

A tradition for Marcovicci to celebrate new songwriters alongside the Great American Songbook, the quintessential cabaret artist has added a surprise from Pasek & Paul, and a brand new title song. The classic songs, many from the musical theatre, reflect the emotional arc of life, from the tender longing of Bob Merrill's "Mira" and Jerry Herman's "Ribbons Down My Back," to the humorous wisdom of Francesca Blumenthal's "Between Men" and Lerner & Loewe's "I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore."

As Chicago Tribune critic Howard Reich noted, about Irving Berlin's gems, in his review of the show when it debuted in Chicago, "Rarely has Marcovicci sounded better. She reveled in the sorrow of "Say It Isn't So," found drama in every syllable of "What'll I Do," conveyed profound longing in "Remember" and sang in full cry in "Supper Time." Crossing Time showed Marcovicci in excellent form."

Fanciful, comical, whimsical, and bittersweet, this material, even when new to the ears, feels like coming home. Here's to the ones who dream!

Actress and singer, Golden Globe-nominee, Andrea Marcovicci, has co-starred with Tom Selleck, Danny DeVito, Woody Allen, Sir Michael Caine, and Sam Waterston, among others. She's appeared on and off-Broadway, most recently at The York Theatre starring in Coco. Andrea has created over forty nightclub acts, sold out Carnegie Hall, and appeared in concert at the White House, and with numerous orchestras.

$65-$75 cover charge. $90 VIP seating. $115 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.

Lindsay Mendez AND Ryan Scott Oliver'S ACTOR THERAPY, NOVEMBER 17 AT 11:30PM

Hosted by award-winning composer-lyricist Ryan Scott Oliver (35mm, Darling) and Tony Award-winning Broadway actress Lindsay Mendez (Carousel, Significant Other, Wicked), 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 Ryan Scott Oliver, Lindsay Mendez, and their cast of talented performers as they celebrate the alumni of this memorable program!

Featuring: Monique Abry, Torian Brackett, Devon Chandler, Domeneque Claude, Allie Donnelly, Mark Andrew Garner, Erin Herrick, Clair Rachel Howell, Dylan Kastel, Peter Klein, Miranda Luze, Tiffany McCullough, Brendan Paine, Bailey Seeker, Kristen Seggio, Gerry Vega, Donté Wilder, and Lera Zamaraeva.

Hosted by Mathieu Whitman.

$20 cover charge. $45 premium seating. 2 drink or $20 food & beverage minimum.

Marilyn Maye GIVES THANKS, NOVEMBER 18-20 AT 7:00PM, NOVEMBER 21 at 7:30PM, NOVEMBER 22 AT 8:00PM, AND NOVEMBER 23 & 24 AT 7:00PM

Marvelous Marilyn Maye returns to perform on the esteemed Feinstein's/54 Below stage with a mix of Great American Songbook standards and a sprinkling of holiday music to welcome the start of the holiday season. Following her recent sold-out April run, during which she celebrated her milestone 90th birthday, Marilyn returns by popular demand. Join us this holiday season to hear this legendary entertainer who has been reviewed as "the artist who is an irrefutable knock-out! Light the Candles, Get the Ice Out - Come celebrate Marilyn Maye, she's TODAY!"

$70-$90 cover charge. $105-$115 VIP seating. $135-$150 premium seating. $25 food & beverage minimum.

For Ms. Maye's Thanksgiving performance on Thursday, November 22, our regular menu will be replaced by a Thanksgiving prix fixe, which features classic holiday dishes and other festive seasonal favorites. All guests will be charged $85 each for their meals (this pricing does not include beverages or tax & gratuity).


It all started in a barn on a hill in the mountains...

Since 1970, French Woods Festival for the Performing Arts has been a champion of the arts and arts education. The camp gives every child an individualized summer experience all while producing close to sixty full-scale musicals and plays. No wonder it has been the home away from home to thousands of performers for decades, including some of your favorite Broadway stars! Now about to celebrate their 50th summer, French Woods is still going strong!

Join some of French Woods's prominent alumni in a night of story and song as they reminisce about a time before Broadway. See your favorite performers and theater professionals sing the roles they played in their youth and discuss some of their favorite French Woods memories. Before they were working on the Great White Way, they may have been playing Fanny Brice at age fourteen or a pre-pubescent Tevye!

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Hancock French Woods Arts Alliance, a foundation that helps fund scholarships for young artists.

Featuring: Tiger Brown (Elf, Beauty and the Beast), Lauryn Ciardullo (Aladdin), Sean Patrick Doyle (Kinky Boots, Jerry Springer: The Opera), Peter Duchan (Dogfight), Tracey Eden (A Chorus Line), Josh Freilich, Gabe Greenspan (Solve-It Squad), Mara Jill Herman (Disney On Classic, America's Sweethearts), Sara Kapner (Goodspeed Opera House's Rags), Michael Kushner (On The Town, Toxic if Swallowed), Rebecca Kuznick (Company), Alexa Lebersfeld (Grease), Mia Longenecker (Word Made Flesh), Harris Milgrim (Tootsie, Cats), Ana Nogueira (Ensemble Studio Theater, The CW's "The Vampire Diaries"), Lance Rubin (Bloodsong of Love, Things to Ruin), Lauren Schorr (Worlds Apart, B-Side Productions), Ben Schrager (ms. estrada, The Flea Theater), Dani Spieler (A Bronx Tale, Chicago), Talia Suskauer (Be More Chill), Tucker ("Saturday Night Live, iHeart Media), Natalie Weiss (Everyday Rapture, Wicked), Matt Windman (AM New York), and more to be announced!

Musical Direction by Ben Caplan.

Produced by Jen Sandler.

Cast is subject to change.

$35-$45 cover charge. $75 premium seating. $25 food and beverage minimum.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride / WM Photos

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