The 1973 short-lived musical, Shelter, will have two concert performances tonight at Feinstein’s/54 Below. This one-night only event stars Jon Cryer and features a score by Broadway’s first all-female postwar songwriting duo, Nancy Ford and Gretchen Cryer. Click here to read Playbill’s article about tonight’s performances!
The Skivvies, Rob McClure, Jennifer Damiano, David Yazbek and Lorna Luft met with the press this morning to play samples from their upcoming June and July shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
To see photos from the event taken by Theatermania click HERE.
For more information on the upcoming concerts click HERE.
In his Feinstein’s/54 Below show, Matthew Morrison defined himself as a worthy rival to Michael Bublé and proved himself as a “versatile, hard-driving musical frontiersman leveling the territory separating genres,” according to Stephen Holden of The New York Times. The full review can be found HERE.
History is being made at Broadway Hot Spot 54 Below. The Associated Musicians of Greater New York Local 802 AFM has entered into a collective bargaining agreement with 54 Below. As a first of its kind, this agreement guarantees salaries, benefits and contractual protections to all professional musicians who play at 54 Below. Learn more on BroadwayWorld.
Beloved Broadway Divas, Lillias White, Cady Huffman, and Randy Graff came together to celebrate the music of Cy Coleman at 54 Below on Friday, May 15. All three Tony award winners have originated a role in a Cy Coleman musical. Read Broadway World’s RAVE review of the night HERE. You can catch these divas in action one last time on May 20 at 7PM
Stephen Holden of The New York Times says that, “if the quirky world of New York cabaret were a high school class, Jennifer Sheehan would qualify for valedictorian, prom queen and the person most likely to succeed.” Click HERE to read the full review. You have one more chance to catch Jennifer at 54 Below on May 20.