Lucie Arnaz and Steve March Torme open Feb. 15 at Feinstein's at the Regency in New York City.
For Lucie Arnaz, daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, this is her first appearance at Feinstein's. For Steve March Torme, the son of Mel Torme, it is a New York City cabaret debut. Arnaz and Torme have been friends for years, the latter being a boyhood pal of Arnaz' brother, Desi.
Arnaz and Torme play Feinstein's Feb. 15-26. During her New York engagement, Arnaz will perform one song from her upcoming London show, Cameron Mackintosh's production of The Witches of Eastwick, in which she stars along with Ian McShane. Written by Dana Rowe, the song is called "Loose Ends."
Arnaz and Torme play seven shows weekly, and there is a $60 cover charge. Tues.-Sat., shows start at 8:30 PM, with seating beginning at 6 PM. There is an a la carte menu and dinner is required. On Fri. and Sat. only, shows start at 11 PM with seating beginning at 10 PM. For these shows there is an a la carte supper menu with a $25 minimum.
For tickets, club information and schedules call (212) 339-4095 -- By Murdoch McBride