Tony Award nominee Jarrod Spector and Broadway veteran Kelli Barrett will trace their road to becoming husband and wife in the new cabaret show Look at It My Way, premiering April 11-16 at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York.
Inspired by their mutual favorite film, When Harry Met Sally, the performing couple will tell “the story of how they ended up together—from each of their often wildly divergent perspectives.” The new show picks up from This Is Dedicated: Music’s Greatest Marriages, a show they performed in February at the same venue, plus appearances in Las Vegas and elsewhere. In the new show, they tell their story as they perform pop (Prince, Peter Gabriel), rock (REO Speedwagon, Beatles), soul (Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles), and showtunes.
Spector earned a Tony nomination for originating the role of Barry Mann in Beautiful. He also starred as Frankie Valli in the long-running Broadway Jersey Boys. He‘s scheduled to return to the stage this May in the new stage musical adaptation of Roman Holiday at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Theatre. Barrett originated the lead role of Lara in the 2015 Broadway musical adaptation of Doctor Zhivago. Other credits include principal roles in Broadway's Wicked, Baby It’s You!, and The Royal Family.
Feinstein’s/54 Below is located at 254 West 54th Street beneath the Broadway theatre Studio 54. Tickets run $45–$55, plus a $25 food and beverage minimum. Advance tickets can be ordered at at 54Below.com. After 4 PM on the day of performance, tickets are available only by calling (646) 476-3551.