Christine Andreas, award-winning singer, actress, and two-time Tony nominee, will return to Café Carlyle for two nights only, April 18 and 19, with her show, Two For The Road. Andreas’s performances had The New York Times accusing her of …electrifying her audiences”, “…transforming them with pure alchemy”, and “…delicately killing with the sheer beauty of her voice”.
Two For The Road is a riveting, rollicking musical journey of love and adventure that begins at The White House and spans all 7 continents. Christine Andreas and her Grammy-nominated husband, Martin Silvestri, present an evening of Broadway Classics and Gems of the American Songbook… from Berlin to Bacharach, Gershwin to Billy Joel. Reservations can be made online via Tock. Café Carlyle is located in The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel (35 East 76th Street, at Madison Avenue).

Lisa Stephen Friday

Tequila Talking Theatrical proudly presents a one-night-only performance of Lisa Stephen Friday’s TRANS AM at Joe’s Pub on March 13, 2023, at 9:30 pm. TRANS AM  is a daring, one-woman rock musical written by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday; it will be directed by Fred Berman, with music direction by Adam J. Rineer.

TRANS AM is a touching, funny, rock-your-face-off look at a transgender woman’s very human experience. The band were a cult favorite, punk-pop/glam-rock darlings in the 90s and aughts, regularly headlining NYC clubs like CBGB, The Knitting Factory, Arlene’s Grocery, Mercury Lounge, and more. They toured the country, sharing the stage with Pat Benatar, The Psychedelic Furs, The Motels, Indigo Girls, and other favorites, as one of the only bands with an out trans front-woman at the time.

Artemisia LeFay

Chanteuse Artemisia LeFay will conjure up rare cabaret gems dug up from the graveyards of Europe, evocative contemporary dark cabaret, and brand-new and historically inspired original cabaret pieces in her newest show, PHANTOMS OF THE CABARET, making its Triad debut on Friday, March 24th at 7pm. From Weimar Berlin to interwar Paris to early 20th century New York City, these musical pieces will pay homage to the show’s subversive and femme fatale heroes combined with the sublime musical talents of Renée Gu errero (piano), Curren deVico (béss), and Henry Burby (violin). 


Jason Danieley will appear at 54 Below August 18 &19 @ 7pm . . . what would life be Without a Song