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The four-time Tony nominee will sing and discuss his spiritual life.
The young star sang a number from the score of Trevor The Musical at the event honoring Kristin Chenoweth and Tom Ford.
The Wizard of Oz lyricist’s son and daughter-in-law will join cabaret singer Harvey Granat at the 92nd Street Y in NYC December 14.
Kenita Miller, Emily Skinner, Margo Siebert, and Karen Ziemba are among the stars who will sing their songs.
They will perform a January concert version of the revue inspired by the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
The underwear-clad duo sing holiday mash-ups at Joe’s Pub.
They will join Jessie Mueller, Denée Benton, and other luminaries celebrating Aida star Heather Headley at The Plaza in NYC.
The NYC cabaret show will now play December 17, 18, and 28.
Heather Headley is scheduled to appear as special guest at the December 13 and 14 concerts.
Her Christmas After Midnight will play the Highline Ballroom and the Apollo Theatre.
Backed by Seth Rudetsky, the Tony winner will do a concert of her hits at Steppenwolf Theatre.
“Hurry Home” is being released by Ghostlight Records.
Ed Dixon and Sally Ann Triplett will star in a NYC concert performance of the little-known A Pound in Your Pocket.
The Phantom star will do his caroling at Birdland Jazz Club in NYC.
The Hollywood concert will benefit the D.I.V.A. HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness program.
She will guest star in Eric Petersen’s cabaret show at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
The Tony nominee will light up the Sorting Room at the Wallis Annenberg Center on December 21.
Original voice artist Rob Paulsen will sing numbers from the 1990s cartoon series.
The clothing designer and Project Runway All Stars judge will appear this coming January and February at the intimate venue.
Check out all the theatre-related events scheduled this week at the intimate New York cabaret.
The December 11 concert at Feinstein’s/54 Below will include numbers from The Full Monty and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
The Tony nominee’s voice will fill the renovated Music Hall.
The Off-Broadway York Theatre will host two performances of the musical on December 11.
Mary Rodgers, Jeanine Tesori, and Lucy Simon among those whose songs will be heard at the NYC Triad.
He had a long career staging experimental plays Off-Off-Broadway.
The “original TV holiday movie parody-jukebox musical” will premiere in NYC December 20.
Doreen Taylor and Davis Gaines will share songs and stories about the legendary lyricist December 8–17.
The 1953 Sammy Fain film musical was adapted for the stage but never made it to Broadway.
Elmore's three-decade career also included musicals with Carol Burnett, Mary Martin, and Bernadette Peters.
He’ll first bring Swingin’ Christmas to San Francisco, then Santa Baby! to New York.