O'Malley, who most recently starred in the Broadway production of Irving Berlin's White Christmas, will be Barbour's guest for the 9:30 PM show on March 7. Barbour's Love Songs, which began performances at Sardi's Jan. 31, has extended its run through March 28.
Jeremy Roberts serves as musical director for Love Songs, which features Barbour's renditions of "Loving You Keeps Me Alive," "If Ever I Would Leave You," "If I Loved You," "If I Can’t Love Her," "If Dreams Come True," "My Funny Valentine," "Embraceable You," "On The Street Where You Live," "Unexpected Song" and "Autumn Leaves."
This season Barbour was seen as Sydney Carton in A Tale of Two Cities. His other Broadway credits include Assassins, Urinetown, Jane Eyre, Beauty and the Beast, Carousel and Cyrano—The Musical. He has appeared in such films as "Eight Crazy Nights" and has guest-starred on such television shows as "Sex and the City" and "Ed."
Kerry O'Malley originated the role of Rebecca Klemm in the world premiere of The Gershwin's An American in Paris at Houston's Alley Theatre. Her stage roles also include the Broadway revivals of Into the Woods and Annie Get Your Gun, as well as Translations and Cyrano – The Musical.
Love Songs plays Saturday evenings at 9:30 PM. An additional 4 PM matinee has also been added on Sunday, March 15. Tickets are priced $25, $45, and $60; there is also a $25 food-drink minimum per person. Sardi's is located in Manhattan at 234 West 44th Street. For reservations call (212) 868-4444 or visit www.smarttix.com.