Visit our social channels!

Our roving photographer, Rose Billings, caught up with the celebs when KT Sullivan & Mark Nadler performed their new show “Almost Like Being In Love” this past weekend! Pictured are KT Sullivan, Mark Nadler, Mark Courey M.D., Donald Billings,  Ka …Read more

Are you looking for a way to spend a Sunday evening that is guaranteed to entertain you and not break the bank? The Cabaret Showdown is your ticket. Part live karaoke, part Jeopardy, and all musical fun, the Showdown attracts singers from all-over th …Read more

A Riveting Dance Theater Musical You Won't Want to Miss

“In the village, the most respected man is the rainmaker.” – The Narrator Hips twisting, legs moving in a circular fashion as arms are drawn apart and out in a way that shows the progression of something being given or drawn inwards…flips, jumps, ski …Read more

They’re back!  The legendary Michael Feinstein and two-time Tony winner Christine Ebersole are performing at 54 below July 31-Sept3 at 54 Below in NYC.  We met up with them with interviewer Jose Solis and got a sneak peak, plus some interesting insig …Read more

We got time to sit with the amazing Tovah Feldshuh. Wow, what a powerful lady! And she’s been everywhere. You can see her on TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, “Salvation” and even “The Walking Dead”! But for us theater fans, we know her as Pippin’s grandmo …Read more

Two-Player Game, the new album from Joe Iconis and George Salazar, is the musical equivalent of solid gold. There’s no song that isn’t delightful, no moment that isn’t interesting. The album speaks not only to Joe Iconis’ and George Salazar’s mutual …Read more

Who Are the Women Who Inspire Liz Callaway?

Tony nominated performer Liz Callaway spoke to us about her shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below dedicated to all the women who inspire her.

Is There Such a Thing as Too Much 'West Side Story'? We Asked Matt Doyle

Matt Doyle celebrates Jerome Robbins’ legacy at Feinstein’s/54 Below. We asked him if there’s such a thing as too much West Side Story. We think you all know the answer.  

The Tony Winning 'Jersey Boy' Debuts His Album in NYC

Tony winner John Lloyd Young debuts his album in NYC, and we spoke to him about it. Plus he talks about living in Venezuela.

Darius Does Lenny

Darius de Haas celebrates Leonard Bernstein with a show dedicated to his incomparable legacy.

Seth Sikes Dishes on His Career, His Connections, and an Undying Love for Judy Garland

Forget your troubles, come on, get happy…. ‘cause Seth Sikes is once again back where he belongs!! Best known in the directorial world for his work on such acclaimed shows as Tribes, Pageant, The Nance, and, most notably, 2018 Tony nominee The Band …Read more

How This Songstress Turned a Flower Shop Into a Cabaret

As the cab driver who picked us up from the LIRR Syosset train station pulled off the road and onto a gravel drive, he read aloud the sign out front: “Life is a cabaret? I thought this was a flower shop, since when did it become a cabaret?” Since whe …Read more

Why This Singer Is Being Hailed As Edith Piaf's Musical Heiress

  Edith Piaf may have risen to stardom in the late 1930s, but she started out as a Parisian street singer, and that’s where Piaf! The Show (at FIAF’s Florence Gould Hall) begins. Or, to be strictly accurate, it begins with “L’accordeoniste” — t …Read more

Scroll for more

Or instantly Log In with Facebook