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The two-time Tony nominee will sing “You’re a Grand Old Flag“ and other flag-wavers on the holiday special.
The Tony nominee, who also appeared in Spider-Man and American Psycho, brings her club show to NYC’s Public Theater.
“That’s Amore” and “Volare” are on tap for the 100th anniversary of the singer’s birth.
The short-lived 1973 musical predicted people being obsessed with their computers.
Broadway songwriting teams will debut original songs at the 15th annual ACLU fundraiser in New York.
Mandy Gonzalez, Duncan Sheik, Rita Wilson, and Jessica Molaskey among those announced for the nightclub.
The stars will read choice passages from books by Oprah Winfrey, Celine Dion, and Barry Manilow, among others.
William Michals will play the title role in the concert, directed by Scott Siegel.
The one-night cabaret show will benefit The Actors Fund.
The Marvin Hamlisch-David Zippel score will be sung at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
The long-running series at the 92nd Street Y is letting fans pick the songs for the latest edition.
Faith Prince, Alan Cumming, and Rory O’Malley among stage folk set for the June 24 benefit.
She will perform at Joe’s Pub June 24, then head out on an international jaunt.
For the fourth year, the cabaret venue celebrates Independence Day with a concert staging of the musical.
The Tony Award-winning star of Nine and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will bring her solo act to the legendary venue June 23.
The new cabaret is gaining traction at its West 42nd Street location.
She recently starred in a workshop of the Go-Go’s musical Head Over Heels.
See all the theatre-related events scheduled June 22–29 at the intimate venue.
The pair earned a joint Tony nomination as conjoined twins in the original Side Show.
The Tony winners will be special guests at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre will host the unusual concert presentation July 17.
She will take the stage at Feinstein’s/54 Below June 29 and 30.
The Green Room 42 will host the Wednesday night summer series with a rotating cast.
She’s headed back on the road after eight weeks of silence after a vocal cord injury.
Faith Prince, Alan Cumming, and San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus are already lined up.
The nonagenarian has spent his career singing and recording theatre songs.
The comic actor earned a Tony nomination for Laugh Whore.
The 27th annual burlesque-style event featured buff (and in the buff) Broadway dancers.
The 1973 musical predicted people being obsessed with their computers.