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Nearing 95, the inimitable singer is about to make her Carnegie Hall solo debut. In an eight-decade career, it’s a crowning moment — and just another gig.
The Amour Tony nominee explains in a personal essay how one word can affect a singer's entire interpretation of a song.
After a two-year hiatus, Melissa Errico is performing a slew of gigs honoring the composers Michel Legrand and Stephen Sondheim. As long as she gets to the airport (which airport again?) on …
Confessions of an actress seeking reassurance — and sleeves — as she steps before a live concert audience again.
In this essay, Errico reflects on Harburg's legacy as she celebrates the release of the new single “Happiness is Just A Thing Called Joe,” a collaboration with pianist Lara Downes
How very 2020: Making a “Meet Me in St. Louis” where no one ever meets. An actor’s report.
These days actors angling for roles typically create their own videotapes, often at home. What’s lost when face-to-face interaction goes?
Melissa Errico, Rebecca Luker, and more seized the chance to live out everyone's wildest Mickey-and-Judy dream when sudden illness threatened to cancel a concert on Playbill Travel's star-st…
The Tony-nominated performer recently had reason to dig deep into the lyrics of "The Miller's Son" from A Little Night Music.
The Tony-nominated performer found herself discovering the musical anew just prior to its acclaimed concert presentation at Feinstein's/54 Below.
The singer Melissa Errico recalls the mix of wild energy and plaintive emotion that made the composer so enthralling to be around.
Melissa Errico, who is currently starring in “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever,” reflects on problematic female characters of Broadway’s golden age.
Melissa Errico is comforted to find that theater aficionados are interested in the lows as well as the highs of a stage career.
The Broadway actress Melissa Errico on portraying an innocent one more time, and the lack of rich roles for women in musicals.