Monday, Nov. 16: Composer Joe Iconis ("Smash") plays the last of his three intimate shows at Musical Theatre Factory, each featuring his unique mix of show tunes, cabaret and rock 'n' roll. Get up close and personal with Iconis as he debuts new work and some of his favorite songs. 8 PM; tickets $17.
Barrett Wilbert Weed, Laura Dreyfuss, Jennifer Damiano and Alex Finke are among the Broadway performers supporting a good cause at Broadway for UNICEF at The Cutting Room. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Syrian refugees. 10 PM; tickets from $20.
Tuesday, Nov. 17: Hot off the heels of her Off-Broadway debut in Ruthless!, Kim Maresca hits the stage at Feinstein’s/54 Below for an evening of intimate songs. Backed by a seven-piece band of Broadway musicians, it is sure to be a fun show at the supper club. 7 PM; tickets from $40.
Wednesday, Nov. 18: Well-known on the downtown cabaret scene, Bridget Everett returns to Joe's Pub with her band The Tender Moments for an evening of provocation, belly laughs and soulful singing. 9:30 PM; $30. Thursday, Nov. 19: Pianist Anthony de Mare brings the third and final installment of his Liaisons project to Symphony Space, in which composers re-imagine their favorite Stephen Sondheim songs. The series has brought together composers from the worlds of jazz, classical, pop, indie and musical theatre. 8 PM; tickets from $25.
Friday, Nov. 20: Comedian Catie Lazarus returns to Joe's Pub with her acclaimed show, Employee of the Month. Included among her guests are "Arrested Development"'s David Cross and stage and screen actress Greta Gerwig. 9:30 PM; tickets from $20.
Saturday, Nov. 21: Liza Paul and Bahia Watson offer a fresh, funny and distinctly West Indian look at womanhood in pomme is french for apple at Joe's Pub. Composed of a series of fast-paced vignettes, the two comediennes bring to light the absurdity of women's lives with more than a few laughs in between. 7:30 PM; tickets $20.