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||Michael Feinstein: "Christmas Crooners"
|| Christmas Crooners With Michael Feinstein
Known as the Ambassador of the Great American Songbook, Michael Feinstein is a five-time Grammy nominee who has twice been nominated for Emmy awards for his popular PBS specials. Now he brings his powerful pipes, dapper looks and onstage charm to Feinstein's/54 Below (the Times Square nightclub that bears his name as part owner) in New York City with a special show celebrating the magic of the season. During Christmas Crooners, this superstar will perform holiday favorites, both contemporary and classic renditions, along with tributes to past and present legends.
||Norm Lewis: Santa Baby!
Norm Lewis’s appearances at Feinstein’s/54 Below have rapidly become a holiday tradition and are one of this great Broadway leading man’s favorite ways to end the year, spending time, and spreading holiday cheer with friends and fans in Broadway’s living room.
This year’s show is once again directed by Richard Jay-Alexander (Barbra Streisand, Kristin Chenoweth, Bernadette Peters, and others) perhaps the premiere director of concert appearances working today and will include a largely new program that will also feature some of Norm’s audience’s favorites from his past two Christmases at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Once again, Joseph Joubert (The Color Purple) returns as Musical Director, along with Norm’s hot bass and rhythm section – George Farmer and Perry Cavari. As in past years, very special guests will join Norm in the fun.
Norm Lewis continues to be one of Broadway’s most sought after leading men, and spent much of this year downtown, in Mrs. Lovett’s pie shop at the Barrow Street Theater co-starring with Carolee Carmello, in Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd. Norm is a regular on VH1’s Daytime Divas, which stars his good friend Vanessa Williams, playing her hot (and conniving) doorman, William. You also love him as Senator Edison Davis on ABC’s Scandal.
||Bitch Carols: A NSFW Holiday Cabaret
Bitch Carols is a one-of-a-kind, NSFW, hilarious parody cabaret combining women’s rights and humor alongside your favorite songs of the holiday season. Conceived, written, and produced by Lisa Mongillo and Kate Villa, this merry show will be donating all the proceeds from the night to women-focused organizations. Broadway’s Brittney Johnson, Zach Piser, Dorcas Leung, and more will be singing holiday classics with a feminist twist like “Have Yourself A Merry Little Wage Gap” and “Carol Of The Birth Controls.” Join us for night of laughs and great music, all while supporting a wonderful cause.
||Hallmarc’s A Christmas Murder: Featuring the Songs of Gwen Stefani
Bonnie Milligan stars in Hallmarc’s A Christmas Murder
An original TV holiday murder parody-jukebox musical live onstage featuring the songbook of Gwen Stefani.
Don’t speak! It’s Christmas in Charity Fails, a midwestern suburb where the third best baker, Sarah Jessica, is trying to win the Merry Christmas America cupcake pageant. But everything is thrown into chaos when the neighboring bakeshop experiences a terrible murder. What will Sarah do to save Christmas? And what about the now widowed hot father, Lake Kelton? He doesn’t likes Sarah’s cat and maybe now the cat is dead?
Come see Bonnie Milligan live out all your TV movie of the week holiday fantasies in this jukebox jamboree you didn’t know you needed.
Matt Doyle (A Clockwork Orange)
Molly Hager (Waitress)
Kennedy Kanagawa (A Christmas Carol)
Bonnie Milligan (Kinky Boots)
Larry Owens (Gigantic)
Dana Scurlock (Endangered)
Dana Steingold (Avenue Q)
Natalie Walker (Puffs, Cabaret)
Zac Young (“Top Chef”)
||TheyGotTime: Rebirth of Rabbit’s Foot
TheyGotTime: Rebirth of Rabbit’s Foot
Come one come all to TheyGotTime‘s evening extravaganza at Feinstein’s/54 Below! Witness a modern twist on a variety of stylings where vaudeville meets hip hop, traveling from coast to coast. Featuring Jordon Waters, Austin Antoine, Quinny C, and Matt Summers, you will not want to miss this evening of music and special guest performances that run the gamut from hip hop and Broadway to comedy and classic cabaret.
||An Orphan’s Christmas with NYC Comedians
||Scroogelton: A Christmas Musical
“Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge…
My name is Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge…
And if you think that I’m a little rude…
Then bah, humbug!
What do Ebenezer Scrooge and Alexander Hamilton have in common? Scroogelton, a new double-parody with lyrics by Georgia Warner and Joel Johnson, sets the traditional story of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol against the modern musical backdrop of Lin Manuel-Miranda’s Hamilton, bringing past and present (and future) together with songs like “Mr. Scrooge, Dude,” “Carolers Refuted,” “Raise a Glass to Uncle,” and “Don’t Show Me This.” Lead by the ghost of Jacob Marley and the old miser himself, an all-star Broadway ensemble bounce between playing Fezziwig, Cratchit, Belle, Tiny Tim, and more familiar Holiday favorites in this one-night-only concert reimagining of the Christmas classic, infused with fresh rhythms and new rhymes that will delight any fans of either A Christmas Carol or Hamilton, and will surely enchant lovers of both. It will be a Christmas Eve to remember!
Produced by Edge In Motion’s Lindsay-Elizabeth Hand. Directed by Georgia Warner with Music Direction by Ben Caplan.
A part of the proceeds will benefit UNIDOS Disaster Relief & Recovery Program to support Puerto Rico
||A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant in Concert
Join us at Feinstein’s/54 Below for a darkly funny and entertaining evening featuring the songs of the Obie Award-winning A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant: In Concert, an unforgettable celebration of Kyle Jarrow and Alex Timbers‘ musical, experience “Hey! It’s A Happy Day,” “Science Of The Mind,” and “Rain” like never before! Featuring an all-star cast of Broadway and New York’s finest young talent.
Alessandra Baldacchino (Fun Home)
Sami Bray (1984)
Ashleigh Conner (Annie Warbucks)
Gregory Diaz (Matilda)
Anthony Rosenthal (Falsettos)
Presley Ryan (Fun Home)
Ava Swinton (Annie Warbucks)
Jeremy T. Villas (Kinky Boots)
Nicole Wildy (Really Rosie)
Timothy Yang (The King and I)
Graydon Yosowitz (The Light Years, Trevor)
Sean Pollock (Director/Designer)
Luke McGinnis (Music Direction)
Jamison Daniels (Producer)
Van Dean (Producer)
Alyssa Berdie (Associate Producer)
Billy Recce (Assistant Producer)
Dabney Rauh (Stage Manager)
AJ Lambert, granddaughter of Frank Sinatra, returns to the Feinstein’s/54 Below stage this December! A singer who continues the family tradition of song interpretation, AJ’s unique perspective on her legendary grandfather’s life and music is shared in this new show. She will share the stories no one else can tell while performing, in its entirety, the seminal album that turned Frank Sinatra’s life around and has made fans of countless audiences, young and old, for over 60 years.
||The Late Comet: Lulu Fall with Kris Johnson
Join award-winning singer-songwriter Lulu Fall and award-winning trumpeter Kris Johnson as they perform selections from their new project, The Unpaved Road, as well as other popular covers. Spearheading social stigma and stereotypes combined with unique textures of sound fused with jazz, soul, world-groove, and classical elements, Kris and Lulu join forces for an evening of global perspective and musical diversity. A creatively well-rounded and dynamic duo, their music will engulf you and journey you through their young Black American experience.
Lulu Fall is a singer, award-winning songwriter, and actor based in New York. A formally trained jazz vocalist with a musical theatre background, Lulu is one complete and unexpected package. Currently, Lulu is in the new Broadway musical Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. She has also been seen in Crowns, Hair, Smokey Joe’s, Hadestown, and more. As a musician, Lulu has released three independent albums and has performed at many prestigious venues and events, including Jazz Re:freshed (London) and the World Music Conference (WMC) in Miami.
Kris Johnson is an award-winning jazz trumpeter, composer, and educator. He has appeared on an impressive list of albums including two Grammy-nominated releases: Tony Bennett’s A Swingin’ Christmas and Karen Clark Sheard’s All In One. Kris is a trumpeter and arranger with the Count Basie Orchestra.
This show is part of The Late Comet, a late-night series of shows featuring cast members of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, produced by Philip Romano.