Friday, June 10: Calling all Stephen Sondheim fans to Feinstein’s/54 Below. Katie Welsh takes to the supper club stage to explore 12 of the composer's best female characters. A self-confessed “Sondheim woman,” Welsh’s show features all your favorite musical numbers from Sondheim's songbook. Tickets from $25; 9:30 PM.
Saturday, June 11: The legendary Charles Busch returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below for an evening of his favorite tunes titled The Ultimate Playlist. The Tony nominee is joined by musical director and friend Tom Judson. Tickets from $40; 7 PM.
Sunday, June 12: It’s Broadway’s biggest night of the year: The Tonys! There are plenty of places around town to share the excitement of the awards, including a few spots that feature live entertainment. The Stonewall Inn is throwing its seventh annual viewing party hosted by Lavinia Draper and Chocolatina, featuring performances by Broadway stars; or why not try The Metropolitan Room, which will broadcast the telecast with live music.
Monday, June 13: Head to The Cutting Room to join acclaimed composers Stephen Schwartz and Jeanine Tesori in helping combat HB2, the anti-LGBT law that bars transgender citizens in North Carolina from using public bathrooms that do not correspond to their biological sex. The composers are taking part in the benefit concert, Broadway Voices For NC, organized by performers from North Carolina. Tickets from $40; 8 PM.
Tuesday, June 14: Hedwig star and Tony winner Lena Hall kicks off her intimate solo engagement at the Café Carlyle. See the leading lady up close and personal at the uptown cabaret club through June 25. Tickets from $75; 8:45 PM.
Wednesday, June 15: You’ll want to keep Natascia Diaz on your radar. The multiple Helen Hayes winner, who played Anita in Signature Theatre’s acclaimed production of West Side Story, is making her New York City solo debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below. Tickets from $25; 7 PM.
Thursday, June 16: KulturfestNYC is back for its second year at Joe’s Pub. Kicking things off is mandolinist and clarinetist Andy Statman with his mix of American-roots music and personal, prayerful Hasidic music. Tickets $20; 9:30 PM.
Friday, June 17: One of Feinstein’s/54 Below’s most popular evenings, Turn the Beat Around, is back to help you celebrate your Friday night. Re-live the glory and decadence of Studio 54 in its heyday with the help of your favorite Broadway performers. Tickets from $35; 7 PM & 9:30 PM.
Saturday, June 18: Brennan Srisirikul is a singer and actor, he also happens to be in a wheelchair. Head to the Metropolitan room to see his one-man musical show chronicling his life on wheels. Tickets $24; 1 PM.
Tony and Grammy winner Duncan Sheik ( American Psycho, Spring Awakening) and Tuck Everlasting creators, composer Chris Miller and lyricist Nathan Tysen, join Jason Robert Brown in another one of his acclaimed, intimate concerts at Subculture. Tickets $50; 8 PM.