Shows to See: Barbara Bleier/Austin PendletonSteve and Oscar; Susan Mack, Julian Fleisher, David Sabella, Artemesia LeFay, Quintin Harris, Tulis McCall

*Tulis McCall brings her inimitable creative style – Tulis Talk and Sing to Don’t Tell Mama on at 7 pm with Paul Greenwood on piano, the show directed by Austin Pendleton. Tickets:

David Sabella celebrates his new CD ‘Time Heals’ live and streaming at Feinstein’s/54 Below on March 9 at 7 pm with musical director Mark Hartman. Best known for his years on Broadway, as the co-starring role of Mary Sunshine in the 1996 revival of Chicago (with Bebe Neuwirth, Ann Reinking, Joel Grey). Sabella has had a notable career on Broadway as well as in opera. Tickets:

*Cabaret darlings Barbara Bleier and Austin Pendleton return with a new show Steve and Oscar on March 13, 27 and April 3 at 7 pm at Don’t Tell Mama. Barbara and Austin will be singing works by Stephen Sondheim (some well known, some little known), and by his mentor, Oscar Hammerstein, along with stories and anecdotes told by one who knew them, and one who revered them, and one who was Sondheim’s chief stalker. The show will be filled with anecdotes and stories told by one who knew them, one who revered them and one who was Sondheim’s chief stalker. Tickets:

*Susan Mack returns with an encore performance of her hit show Music in the Air on Monday, March 14 at 8:30 pm at Birdland Theater with Ted Rosenthal, musical director, (arrangements Tedd Firth), David Finck on bass, Ray Marchica on drums. The show is directed by Lina Koutrakos. Tickets:

Julian Fleisher returns to Joe’s Pub with Chapter One Spring of his Four Seasons show on March 14 at 7pm. (subsequent dates thru 2022: June 16, Sept and Dec.) with songs, sequins and special guests. Tickets:

Join Artemisia LeFay in “Ghosts of Weimar Past”in her Birdland debut – – a program of musical time travel, in which the spirit of cabaret and vaudeville are honored from the birth to the death of Weimar Berlin. It features an all- female cast of musical characters. Birdland Theater March 21 at 8:30 pm Tickets:

Quintin Harris to debut at Dizzy’s at Lincoln Center on March 22 at 930pm. The William Paterson University’s jazz department under the direction of Bill Charlap and Dr. Dempsey, will present Quintin Harris in an ensemble. He will be on piano for the Cannonball Adderly Ensemble directed by Vincent Herring. . 

54 Below in March features Scott Coulter & Friends w/Kelli Rabke/Anthony Murphy & more on March 2@ 7 pm; Mauricio Martinez with Eden Espinosa & Jaime Lozano March 3 @ 7pm; Amy Spanger with Brian Shepard on March 4 @ 7 pm; Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of 54 Below with Jennifer Laura Thompson, Rob McClure and more on March 6 (2 shows). Check for live stream shows as well.

Lisa Dennett, actress-singer, ASL interpreter, will appear at Don’t Tell Mama April 2nd and 9th at 3:30 pm with “I’ll Say I Love You” the Songs of Jim Croce. She’ll be accompanied by Sean Harkness, musical director on guitar. The show is directed by Lennie Watts.  Tickets:

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