KT Sullivan and Eric Yves Garcia will hit the stage as special guests for the performance.

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SHOW ADDED May 6 at 1PM! This presentation is a reading of a new psychoanalytic paper that argues that Stephen Sondheim was unparalleled in his capacity to immerse his audience in the conflicts, affects, and self-deceptions of his characters so as to feel into and recognize their own desires, longings, and psychological defenses. In his willingness to explore the darkest human emotions without shame, Sondheim creates what psychoanalysts call a "relational home" for all those who feel ashamed or anguished about who they are, or what they feel. Authors Ilene Philipson, Ph.D, Ph.D, and D. Bradley Jones, Psy.D illustrate this process through their own transformative encounters with the work of Stephen Sondheim. Eric Yves Garcia, and special guest KT Sullivan, are on hand to exemplify and, of course, entertain!

There are two shows at The Laurie Beechman Theatre on Saturday, May 6th at 1PM and 4PM. NOTE: 4PM SHOW IS SOLD OUT. Address: 407 West 42nd Street, 10036. The Theatre is in the rear of the West Bank Cafe. Tickets are $35, and they can be purchased at: There is a $25 minimum per person for drinks and food. Please Note: The Theatre is fully accessible by prior arrangement. Please see *Below.

*THE ELEVATOR is located at 400 West 43rd Street: it is the Manhattan Plaza apartment building elevator. You will need to call 212 695 6909 to advise the theatre you are coming and need elevator access, take the elevator to the basement and Beechman staff will be waiting to escort you in.


See HANDS ON A HARDBODY Reunion Concert, Jenn Colella, Shaun Cassidy & More at 54 Below in June

This month, 54 BELOW will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.

PRIDE AND STORY: The Songs Of Brandi Carlile Will Play The Cutting Room

Pride and Story: The Songs of Brandi Carlile is at The Cutting Room on June 30 with an all-queer cast and band. The 7 pm concert will celebrate the end of Pride Month by paying tribute to the nine-time Grammy Award winner with proceeds benefiting The Looking Out Foundation.

54 Below Presents British-style Panto PETER PAN-SEXUAL in July

54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, presents R & R Productions' naughty British panto, Peter Pan-Sexual written by Robert K. Benson on July 13th.

Robbie Rozelle Will Play Birdland June 29th

Beloved cabarettist Robbie Rozelle is returning to Birdland with more stories, jokes, music, and a few friends on June 29th at 8:30 pm.



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