Six Leading Ladies About to Take the Stage at Feinstein’s/54 Below

first_imgHave you heard?! 54 Below is now Feinstein’s/54 Below! To celebrate the new partnership and moniker, the swanky venue has lined up an impressive series of acts over the next couple of months. From a werking colonial woman to a woman who once showed us her packer, here’s who we’re looking forward to!KERRY BUTLER10/15-16 at 7PM & 10/21 at 11:30PMThe Tony nominee makes her Feinstein’s/54 Below solo show debut, joined by her longtime friend Seth Rudetsky at the piano. Fans can expect a slew of tunes from her sizable Broadway pedigree, including Hairspray, Little Shop of Horrors, Xanadu, Catch Me If You Can and Gore Vidal’s The Best Man (were there songs in that?). GET TICKETSPHILLIPA SOO10/19 at 7PM & 10/22 at 11:30PMHow lucky we are to be alive right now! The Broadway newcomer, who’s making an impressive debut as Eliza in a little show called Hamilton, heads to the hotspot for her first solo show. She brings (or burns?) the house down nightly at the Richard Rodgers, now catch her on the cabaret stage. Werk! GET TICKETSTHE JULIE JAMES SHOW10/19 at 9:30PMBroadway! Belting! Booze! The Julie James Show’s got it all, and it’s coming back to Feinstein’s/54 Below. The Great White Way darling and Sirius XM host, who we love to see on our side of the red carpet, returns to the spotlight for a night of show tune staples, gossipy stories and a host of surprise guests. GET TICKETSRUMER WILLIS”Homage” with Tye Blue – 11/4 at 7 & 11:30PMHotcha! The latest Chicago star and Dancing with the Stars victor will rake in the chips for her New York cabaret debut, joined by her “mystery man” Tye Blue. The BFFs will present a set list that includes some jazz, Motown, folk and more. What a cute non-couple! GET TICKETSJULIA MURNEY11/19-21 at 7PMThree years after her solo debut, the beltress returns to the theater district hotspot to show off an act replete with chest voice. From flying high as Elphaba to Falling off-Broadway, Murney’s a mainstay, and we’re thrilled she’s back on the cabaret stage. It’ll be a month late, but here’s hoping a certain story about the month of October makes the cut. GET TICKETSLENA HALL”The Villa Satori: Growing Up Haight Ashbury” – 11/28-29, 12/2 & 5 at 9:30PM, 11/30-12/5 & 7 at 7PMThe Hedwig Tony winner will rewind a few years to revisit her hippie upbringing in San Francisco. With a classical, soul and punk rock backdrop, Hall will sing, dance, and show off embarrassing home videos. GET TICKETS View Commentslast_img

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