Bebe Neuwirth Brings STORIES WITH PIANO to Walnut Creek's Lesher Center for the Arts

Bebe Neuwirth Brings STORIES WITH PIANO to Walnut Creek's Lesher Center for the Arts

Two-time Tony Award and Emmy Award-winning actress Bebe Neuwirth brings Stories with Piano to Walnut Creek's Lesher Center for the Arts (1601 Civic Dr., Walnut Creek) on Wednesday, May 30 at 7 p.m. for one performance only. Presented by Feinstein's Presents, Feinstein's at the Nikko's series showcasing world-class performers at larger venues throughout the Bay Area, this intimate cabaret-style evening will weave together songs and stories from throughout Bebe's celebrated career. Tickets for Bebe Neuwirth range in price from $65-$100 and are available now by calling 866.663.1063 or visiting

Over the course of her distinguished career, Bebe has achieved extraordinary success in theatre, television and film. In 1980, she made her Broadway debut in A Chorus Line. She then appeared in Little Me, Dancin', and Sweet Charity, for which she won her first Tony Award, followed by Damn Yankees, Fosse, and The Addams Family. Bebe won her second Tony, as well as the Drama Desk, Astaire, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama League Distinguished Performance of the Year Awards for her portrayal of Velma in Chicago. A few years later she played Roxie in the show, making her the only triple-threat to have played both parts on Broadway. Her broad diversity of roles in Regional theatre and off-Broadway has ranged from Anita inWest Side Story at the Cleveland Opera to Katherine in The Taming of the Shew at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. From a Richard Greenberg play at Lincoln Center to a Woody Allen play directed by Mr. Allen at the Atlantic Theatre Company. Several years ago, she appeared in the critically acclaimed Here Lies Jenny, a music theatre piece comprised entirely of music by Kurt Weill, at the Zipper Theatre. It was directed by Roger Rees and choreographed by Ann Reinking.

Bebe is well known for her work in film and television. She won two Emmy Awards for her role of Lilith Sternin Crane on "Cheers" and was nominated for Emmys for her work on "Frasier" and for her portrayal of Dorothy Parker in the TV movie "Dash and Lilly." She has appeared on "The Good Wife," "Blue Bloods," and was a series regular on CBS' "Madam Secretary." She has appeared in numerous films, including "Say Anything," "Green Card," "Bugsy," "Jumanji," "Summer of Sam," "Liberty Heights," "Celebrity," and "Tadpole."

Ms. Neuwirth is the recipient of the CTFD Rolex Dance Award, the Dance Magazine Award, and the Sarah Siddons Society Award, among others. She is both an Honorary Ziegfeld Girl, and an honorary member of Local One, the Stage Hands Union. She is a vice-chair of The Actors Fund, for whom she founded a program called the Dancers' Resource - a program aimed at relieving the particular emotional and physical challenges faced by dancers.

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Photo Credit: David Burnham

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