April 17th, 11 pm – Andrew Lippa featuring Ciara Renee, Julia Murney, more!
Andrew Lippa’s iconic musical The Wild Party is back and bigger than ever. With the help of Charlie Rosen and his 17-piece jazz band, hear your favorite hits like never before. Join award-winning composer/lyricist Andrew Lippa and some of Broadway’s best as they reimagine and rediscover the score that started it all. Featuring:Andrew Lippa, Julia Murney (Wicked, The Wild Party), Jeremy Jordan(Newsies, “Smash”), Lea DeLaria (“Orange is the New Black,” The Rocky Horror Show), Caissie Levy [11:30 ONLY] (Les Misérables, Ghost), Ciara Renée [9:30 ONLY] (Big Fish), Stark Sands (Kinky Boots, American Idiot) and other guests to be announced. The concert includes direction byNoah Himmelstein, music supervision by Mary-Mitchell Campbell and is produced by Robb Nanus. Don’t YOU wanna be the life of the party?
April 20th, 9:30 p.m. – Roslyn Kind
54 Below proudly welcomes Ms. Kind back to the New York club scene, where she hasn’t been seen SOLO in 20 years. Having recently toured the U.S., Canada, Europe and Israel performing with her sister, Barbra Streisand, and nephew, Jason Gould, this brand new show features both new material & vintage “Rozzie” tunes. Back in the heyday of nightclubs in New York, Roslyn Kind played ‘em all. Signed to RCA Records at the time, she played The Persian Room, The Playboy Club, The Supper Club, The Grand Finale, etc. Be there when 54 Below warmly welcomes her back to NYC nightlife! Music Direction by Alex Rybeck, Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander.
April 22, 24, 7 pm. 25, 26, 8 pm – Melissa Errico
The last time Melissa Errico played 54 Below, it was in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and seemed to fall right into place with the chaos of a life that involves juggling a career, a husband and three young daughters! Well, it was a hit engagement at the now-famous hot spot, and this time too, audiences will be treated to great music and tales about “the business” of an embarrassingly successful career, which has taken her from stage to screen and to television and recordings… all the while, spinning plates for all her passions. The beauty, intelligence, charisma and singular silver voice of Melissa Errico has been wowing audiences since she was plucked out of Yale to star in the first national touring company ofLes Misérables. Since then, Broadway has embraced her in My Fair Lady(Eliza, 1993 revival), High Society, Amour (Tony nomination) and, most recently, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Kennedy Center audiences applauded her performance as Dot opposite Raúl Esparza in Sunday in the Park with George, and she appeared as Clara in the acclaimed off-Broadway revival of Passion. Having sung throughout the world in some of the most prestigious concert halls, she has also released three critically-heralded solo studio CDs, Blue Like That, Lullabies and Wildflowers and A Legrand Affair (produced by Phil Ramone). Musical Director: Tedd Firth Director: Richard Jay-Alexander
Photos/Video: Magda Katz
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