Sunday, Nov. 22: Celebrate the centennial of legendary composer Billy Strayhorn at Justin Sayre's comedy/variety show The Meeting at Joe's Pub. Each month, Sayre’s International Order of Sodomites (I.O.S.) gathers to honor an artist or a cultural work that is iconic to the gay community. Tickets $20; 9:30 PM.
Monday, Nov. 23: Stage and screen star Telly Leung, who currently stars on Broadway in the new musical Allegiance, celebrates the release of his second solo recording with a concert at Joe's Pub. The evening features songs from the worlds of pop, jazz, R&B and Broadway. Tickets $30; 7 PM.
The Broadway at Birdland concert series continues with Tony winner Christine Ebersole and Grammy winner Billy Stritch. The duo celebrate songs from their past recordings, with the promise of a few new tunes thrown in. Tickets $40; 7 PM.
The current star of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Chilina Kennedy, takes a break from Broadway for a one-night-only concert at The Cutting Room. Kennedy's show features a host of Broadway special guests, including Lisa O'Hare and Julius Sermonia. Tickets $20; 7:30 PM.
Tuesday, Nov. 24: Following sold-out shows, Bridget Everett returns by popular demand to Joe's Pub with her band The Tender Moments. The alt-cabaret artist is a force to be reckoned with, whose shows never fail to bring down the house. Tickets from $30; 9:30 PM. Wednesday, Nov. 25: There's Bowie fever in downtown Manhattan, can you feel it? As New York Theatre Workshop kicks off the debut of the new musical Lazarus, featuring music by David Bowie, Joe's Pub celebrates the music icon in a different way. In their show IDIOTS / HEROES: Bowie & Iggy in Berlin, Billy Hough and Susan Goldberg explore Bowie and Iggy Pop's trip to Berlin in 1976 and the music that was created as a result. Don't miss the duo's recreation of Bowie's provocative 1979 appearance on "Saturday Night Live." Tickets from $20; 9:30 PM.
Thursday, Nov. 26: Ann Hampton Callaway is back at Feinstein’s/54 for her annual Thanksgiving-week show – this year dedicated to women songwriters. Over seven evenings, Callaway celebrates the female artists who have inspired her, including Billie Holiday, Dorothy Fields, Joni Mitchell and more. The special event is accompanied by a Thanksgiving dinner. Performances run Nov. 22-28; tickets from $60.
Friday, Nov. 27: Sally Ann Triplett returns to the stage at Feinstein's/54 Below to retrace 35 years as a West End leading lady. Take a trip down memory lane as she sings the songs of Porter, Gershwin, Arlen, Pitchford, Wood and Sting. Tickets from $30; 9:30 PM.
Saturday, Nov. 28: Hedwig star and Tony winner Lena Hall makes her solo debut at Feinstein's/54 Below for ten performances of The Villa Satori, Growing Up Haight Ashbury, a musical memoir of her "psychedelic" childhood and growing up in a "legendary hippie household." The evening features intimate storytelling, home videos, dance, humor and an eclectic soundtrack made up of classical, soul, new wave, punk rock and more. Tickets from $55; performances run Nov. 28-Dec. 7.