Cabaret favorite Wilson is scheduled to perform.
The 8 PM show features the talents of Joyce Breach, Steven Bringberg, Eric Comstock, Chris Denny, Baby Jane Dexter, Natalie Douglas, Barbara Fasano, Terese Genecco, Jeff Harnar, Mark Hartman, Tanya Holt, Colm Reilly, Julie Reyburn, Steve Ross, KT Sullivan, Carol Woods and Bill Zeffiro. Speakers include Jamie deRoy, Sherry Eaker, Peter Leavy, Peisha McPhee, Julie Miller and Arthur Pompesello.
Performers at 10 PM include Leslie Anderson, Antonio Edwards, Eric Engelhardt, Terese Genecco, Eric Michael Gillett, Nina Hennessey, Helen Klass, Sue Matsuki, Marissa Mulder, Leslie Orofino, Christine Pedi, Ricky Ritzel, Daryl Sherman, Stacy Sullivan, Jonathan Tomaselli, Grace Wall and Lennie Watts. Speakers comprise Michael Estwanik, Adam Feldman, Rob Lester and Scott Siegel.
Both shows feature The Barry Levitt Trio: Levitt on piano, Dick Sarpola on bass and Ray Marchica on drums.
Julie Wilson made her Broadway debut in Three to Make Ready and has also been seen on Broadway in Kismet, The Pajama Game, Jimmy, Park and Legs Diamond, earning a Tony nomination for her work in the latter. She toured in productions of Show Boat, Panama Hattie, Silk Stockings, Follies, Company and A Little Night Music, and her West End credits include Kiss Me, Kate; South Pacific; and Bells Are Ringing. In the past few decades Wilson has become one of the most respected and critically acclaimed artists on the cabaret scene. Her recordings are numerous and include "My Old Flame," "Live From the Russian Tea Room" and "Julie Wilson at the St. Regis," among others.