Photo Flash: Linda Lavin and More Join Jim Caruso and Billy Stritch at The Carlyle

By: May. 27, 2014
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Jim Caruso and Billy Stritch have become known as "The Entertainer's Entertainers," thanks in part to their long-running Sunday night residency at Bemelmans Bar at The Carlyle Hotel. The musical duo has been joined at the grand piano by Bono, Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein, among many others.

This past Sunday night's show was a parade of theatrical types, including Linda Lavin, (currently starring in Nicky Silver's Too Much Sun), who belted a torch song.

Also joining Caruso, Stritch and bass player Steve Doyle with impromptu performances were cabaret star Natalie Douglas, Broadway's Bob Stillman, nightclub entertainers Aurora Barnes, Jeff Harnar, Alex Rybeck, and Celia Berk, Jeffrey Pew from the Broadway company of Cinderella, and Tony-winning leading man Paulo Szot, who was heard shouting bravissimi from a corner booth.

Scroll down for photos from the concert!


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