10 Shows to See This Month! From Joe's Pub to 54 Below and Beyond

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Playbill.com gives you a round-up of cabaret shows and music events to see this month in New York City. 

Patti LuPone
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Patti LuPone in Far Away Places Apart Pt 2 at 54 Below. Two-time Tony Award winner and Broadway favorite returns to 54 Below with the second installment of her one-woman show which opened to critical acclaim in 2012. From now through to Nov. 15. (254 W 54th St., btwn. Broadway and 8th. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

Martha Graham Cracker: A History of Joe's Pub in Song. Described as a “balls-to-the-wall drag cabaret,” this special one-night only show will tell the history of the iconic venue through the songs of the artists who have performed there. A Joe's Pub favourite, it has sold out every show since its debut in Jan. 2013. Nov. 7th. (Joe's Pub at The Public Theatre, 425 Lafayette St, Astor Place. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments at Joe’s Pub. Following her critically acclaimed and sold-out production of Rock Bottom, darling of the downtown scene Bridget Everett returns with her band and a bottle of wine to sing her favorite love songs. “You can call it making love, you can call it having sex, but somebody is getting fucked tonight.” Nov. 18 and 20. (Joe's Pub at The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St, Astor Place. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

Ann Hampton Callaway in Turning Points at 54 Below. The Tony-nominated Broadway star brings her new and inspiring personal show to the iconic supper club. She’ll sing classics from the Great American Songbook, Broadway, jazz and pop. Nov. 23-29. (254 W 54th St., btwn. Broadway and 8th. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

John Pizzarelli & Jessica Molaskey at Café Carlyle. The long-married musical couple infuses pop and jazz with real-life insights in this entertaining show. Featuring songs from Follies, The Light in the Piazza, and Rent. From now through to Nov. 22. (Hotel Carlyle, 35 E 76th St, btwn. Madison Ave and Park Ave. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.David Burtka at 54 Below. He's back in New York and ready to make an impression! Neil Patrick Harris promises to turn the original cabaret structure on its head in his direction of Burtka's energetic cabaret show. With music direction by Seth Rudestky, this two-night only event is not to be missed. Nov. 25 and 26 only. (254 W 54th St., btwn. Broadway and 8th. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

The Dana Lorge Variety Show at Metropolitan Room. Featuring a string of talented performers including Dana Lorge herself, it is sure to be a fun evening of song and comedy. (Metropolitan Room, 34 W 22nd St, btwn. 5th and 6th Ave. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.

Downtown sings Peggy Lee: A Book-Launch Celebration at Joe’s Pub. The most exciting book launch on your calendar. In honor of the anticipated biography of Peggy Lee, author James Gavin will present performances from an array of downtown cabaret and jazz idols in tribute to the legendary singer. With a talented line-up promised and rare video footage of the star to be shown. Nov. 10. (Joe's Pub at The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St, Astor Place. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

Christine Andreas in Love is Good at 54 Below. Following a highly successful run last year, Andreas returns with a whole new evening of song, drawing from the Great American Songbook and Broadway. The show also includes a handful of original and very personal songs, evolved from her 22-year relationship with her husband, award-winning composer Martin Silvestri. November 18-22. (254 W 54th St., btwn. Broadway and 8th. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

Nicole Henry at Joe’s Pub. Henry’s passionate, soulful voice and charm has earned her a 2013 Soul Train Award for “Best Traditional Jazz Performance” and three Top-10 US. Billboard albums. Come and see the critically acclaimed singer perform for one evening only at The Public. Nov. 12. (Joe's Pub at The Public Theatre, 425 Lafayette St, Astor Place. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.)

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