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Maria Friedman calls me from a landline in Saks Fifth Avenue in Boston (where she is directing Merrily We Roll Along), where a saleswoman (thank you, Paige!) has kindly let her use the phone so we can talk about her upcoming shows at Feinstein’s/54 B …Read more


From Wicked to Dogfight Lindsay Mendez is one of Broadway’s most exciting performers, constantly taking on challenges and always raising the bar on performers of her generation. We caught up with her to talk about her upcoming shows at Feinstein’s/54 …Read more


Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz is back at Feinstein’s/54 Below with a new version of his show Memory & Mayhem. We caught up with him to discuss songwriting, working with Sam Shepard, and why he wants to do a comedy next. What does this new version …Read more


Our favorite place to catch live performance from your own laptop is having a festival of their own. Cennarium’s Promenade is a 10-day digital global performing arts festival, running September 15-24. Here are some highlights. Groupo Galpão’s Romeo a …Read more


Japan Society celebrates its 110th anniversary and its newly renovated theater with the North American premiere of Four Nights of Dream, a chamber opera by composer Moto Osada; the opera will also be performed in Tokyo at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan perfo …Read more


With its combination of camp, rock, and pinball, Ken Russell’s Tommy redefined the movie musical in the mid 70s. Based on the concept album by The Who, the film centered on the life of the title character, a blind, deaf and dumb young man who becomes …Read more


There’s no question Broadway mainstay Sierra Boggess is one of the most beloved Main Stem actresses of our generation. Whether she’s an inquisitive young mermaid looking for legs, or a stern school principal without a leg to stand on, audiences can a …Read more


Family Events and Performances Featuring  Artists from New York and Around the World Highlights include: Theater, Music, …Read more


We caught up with the hilarious, incredibly talented Lesli Margherita to discuss her upcoming shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below. I saw you play the Devil’s assistant in Matthew McConaughey vs. The Devil at NYMF and I would’ve totally sold you my soul too …Read more


In December 2016, one of Broadway’s hottest power couples took the stage at Feinstein’s/54 Below for a series of concerts they called Legally Bound. Orfeh and Andy Karl first met in Broadway’s Saturday Night Fever and have since married, performing i …Read more


With a swoon-worthy voice, and the comedic chops to go with it, Bryce Pinkham has become the ultimate Broadway leading man. In A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder he played lovable social climber Monty Navarro, who realizes murder might help him a …Read more


Feinstein’s/54 Below celebrated 100 years of the Broadhurst Theater with a tribute to its legacy on August 16th.  Hosted by historian Jennifer Ashley Tepper, and Robert W. Schneider, who regaled the audience with stories about the legendary venue, th …Read more


We spoke to Carole Demas, the original Sandy on Grease, about The Broadhurst at 100! an epic celebration of a century of shows taking place August 16th at Feinstein’s/54 Below. What are the challenges of putting together a cabaret song when you’ve do …Read more


During his show at Feinstein’s/54 Below on August 3rd, Steve Kazee talked about how much has changed since the last time he performed at the venue five years ago. He now lives in California where he spends a lot of time composing songs about his dogs …Read more


The Great American Songbook expert Michael Feinstein is back at Feinstein’s/54 Below through August with a new show called Showstoppers, in which he’ll take on showtunes that made audiences gasp, applaud or cringe when they appeared in their respecti …Read more


Identical twins, and virtuoso musicians, Peter and Will Anderson, return to 59E59 for a month-long residency dedicated to four masters of the Great American Songbook: Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, George Gershwin and Richard Rodgers. Each week, starting …Read more


We spoke to Tovah Feldshuh about Aging is Optional her new show at Feinstein’s/54 Below. I love the title of your show, it’s straight out of your work in Pippin, can you talk about it? This show was inspired by my participation in The Walking Dead an …Read more


Lesbian love at a repressed Jesus camp? No one could have seen that one coming! Director Mia Walker stages a concert version of the 2009 electro-musical Camp Wanatachi for the 2017 New York Musical Festival (NYMF) at The Green Room 42 @ Yotel, and ge …Read more


We spoke to Liz Callaway about The Beat Goes On her series of concerts at Feinstein’s/54 Below celebrating the music of the 1960s. Before anything else I want to ask you when’s The Nanny musical happening? (Laughs) You know what I’ll have to ask my s …Read more


Once upon a time, there was a book that everybody loved. A short time later, this book got turned into a movie which everybody hated. Finally, the book got turned into an Off-Broadway musical which everybody loved, and everyone lived happily ever aft …Read more


The Original Cast Recording of the current West End production of Dreamgirls includes every song in the show, meaning you can basically experience the entire show without having to pop over to London. It’s hard to follow the film version, which was n …Read more


Christine Andreas doesn’t speak French, but she loved Edith Piaf so much that she learned her songs in order to put together a show called Piaf No Regrets at Feinstein’s/54 Below. The Tony nominated performer found Piaf’s work just so powerful that s …Read more


London’s The Wind in the Willows, Julian Fellowes, George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s musical adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s classic novel about friendship and forgiveness, was praised for its perky take on the novel. While Downton Abbey writer Julia …Read more


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