Check out Stephen Sorokoff’s photos from Sherie Rene Scott and Norbert Leo Butz’s performance at 54 Below! https://www.broadwayworld.com/cabaret/article/Photo-Coverage-Sherie-Rene-Scott-and-Norbert-Leo-Butz-Come-to-Feinsteins54-Below-20190717
Norbert Leo Butz and Sherie Rene Scott discuss with Maureen Lee Lenker from Entertainment Weekly about their 23 year friendship and their new show at 54 Below.
Check out Alex Harsley’s exhibit that opens tomorrow, 7/11/19, at the Sheen Center!
Make sure to come see John Cullum perform in his one man show!
The hilariously acclaimed Jacqueline Novak is getting ready to hit the stage in a month at The Cherry Lane Theater with her new show Get On Your Knees. Beginning July 10th and running until August 18th. This is a show that you do not want to miss… it’s the comedy of the summer!
A new comedy will be performing at the Cherry Lane Theatre starting July 10 through August 18. Now coming to New York City, Jacqueline Novak’s comedy will make you laugh all summer!
The Broadway legend will return to Feinstein’s 54 Below to perform her unique solo show in October: https://bit.ly/2s9hEFT
“Camp Morning Wood, A Very Naked Musical,” premieres tonight at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, 416 W 42nd Street on the 4th floor!
The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till screening will take place at The Sheen Center (Loreto Theater) on Thursday, February 1 at 8pm.
Social filmmaking at its most effective, Keith Beauchamp’s documentary The Untold Story Of Emmett Louis Till reconstructs the infamously brutal murder of the eponymous 14-year-old African-American boy, which helped to marshal the American Civil Rights Movement. Beauchamp will discuss his documentary which is currently being turned into a feature film by producer Fredrick Zollo (Ghosts of Mississippi, Mississippi Burnings), and directed by Whoopi Goldberg.
Anthony Rapp is performing at Feinstein’s/54 Below this Sunday, January 28 at 9:30pm & 11:30pm.
One of Broadway’s most celebrated rock and rollers, Anthony Rapp (Broadway’s If/Then; Six Degrees of Separation; Rent; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown) brings his Unplugged evening of stories and songs to Feinstein’s/54 Below with musical director Dan Weiss. Unplugged audiences can expect to hear some of the great songs that have inspired Anthony. And what evening with Anthony Rapp would be complete without hearing some iconic songs from Rent and Hedwig & The Angry Inch?