Saturday, Feb. 20: Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown continues his residency at Subculture with guest performer and Hedwig star Lena Hall. The evening draws from a mix of Brown's new and old work, as well as his musical influences. Tickets $50; 8 PM.
Sunday, Feb. 21: Don't miss the starry concert presentation of The Secret Garden, running for two nights only at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall. The Tony Award-winning musical is brought to life by a cast that includes Daisy Eagan, Sierra Boggess, Ramin Karimloo, Cheyenne Jackson and Ben Platt. Tickets from $50; 8 PM (Feb. 21-22).
See Sydney Lucas, Ramin Karimloo, Cheyenne Jackson and More Rehearse All-Star Secret Garden
Monday, Feb. 22: If/Then star Tamika Lawrence takes to the stage at DROM on the Lower East Side with her band Tamika and the Slay. The evening features the group's signature sound of "Roll/Soll," a mix of hard-hitting rock 'n' roll with soul nuances. Tickets $10; 10 PM.
Tuesday, Feb. 23: Rather than forget past failures, New York-based theatre group The Civilians will embrace them. Metropolitan Room presents Let Me Ascertain You: Flops, Failures and Fiascos Feb. 23, an evening of music and stories presented by The Civilians that will celebrate artists who have survived "the shame, horror, and glory of failing big." Tickets $15; 9 PM.
Wednesday, Feb. 24: Broadway actresses Anita Gillette and Penny Fuller return to Feinstein’s/54 Below with Sin Twisters, Too! The duo are back on the supper club stage with more stories and songs from the golden age of Broadway. Tickets from $35; 7 PM.
Thursday, Feb. 25: Acclaimed cabaret artist Tori Scott returns to Joe's Pub with an all-new solo show, Young(ish) – an evening of side-splitting stories and beautiful songs. Tickets $20; 7:30 PM.
Friday, Feb. 26: Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series continues its slate of intimate concert events with drag legend Charles Busch. This brand-new show, titled The Lady at the Mic, has Busch paying tribute through song and personal reminiscence to five show-business icons: Elaine Stritch, Polly Bergen, Mary Cleere Haran, Julie Wilson and Joan Rivers. Tickets from $100; 8:30 PM.