Sunday, Nov. 1: Singer, cabaret and jazz artist Jamie Leonhart debuts her newest project, Estuary: an artist/mother story, at Joe's Pub. The show is part of the theatre's New York Voices commissioning program and explores the rewarding, yet challenging time when Leonhart became a mother. Running Nov. 1-3. Tickets $15; 7 PM.
Comedy-improv show Villain: DeBlanks kicks off a monthly series of concerts at The Triad featuring a host of Broadway stars, including Annaleigh Ashford, Daisy Eagan, Lesli Margherita, Alysha Umphress and Geneva Carr. This week's debut concert features Bernard Dotson and Keala Settle, among others. Tickets $35; 7:30 PM.
Monday, Nov. 2: Off-Broadway's Keen Company presents We're Keen on Kate Baldwin at The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row, a one-night-only concert featuring the Tony and Drama Desk nominee. Baldwin, who currently stars in Songbird, performs songs by The Dixie Chicks, Stephen Sondheim, Georgia Stitt, Andrew Lippa and more. Tickets are $60; 7 PM.
Birdland Jazz presents We’re Going to Have to Ask You to Leave, a benefit concert hosted by Michael Urie and Celia Keenan-Bolger, and produced by Karen Walsh and Rebecca Brooksher. The evening is in honor of the late Jim Rebhorn and features a number of Broadway performers. Tickets $50-$70; 7 PM.
Tuesday, Nov. 3: Husband-and-wife duo John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey return to Cafe Carlyle for a four-week run of their brand-new show My Generation, featuring selections from Mitchell to McCartney, Simon to Sondheim. Tickets from $65; 8:45 and 10:45 PM. Wednesday, Nov. 4: Currently making her Broadway debut in Chicago, Rumer Willis makes her New York City cabaret debut at Feinstein's/54 Below with "nonsexual life partner" Tye Blue. The duo's concert features a score that ranges from jazz to Motown to folk. Tickets $40-50; 7 PM and 11:30 PM.
Thursday, Nov. 5: Grammy winner and Oscar nominee Melissa Manchester returns to Feinstein's/54 Below following last year's critically acclaimed run. The stage and screen star, who was a founding member of Bette Midler's Harlettes, recalls her early career and the city that inspired her in I Happen to Like New York. Running through Nov. 7. Tickets from $55; 7 PM and 9:30 PM.
Friday, Nov. 6: Recently single or know someone who is? You won't want to miss the New York debut of Jordan Scott Taylor's cabaret about break-ups, Heartstrings and Broken Records, at Feinstein's/54 Below. Bring your best friend and share in the hilarity, sorrow and tragedy of relationships for a night that you'll treasure — unlike your last relationship.
Saturday, Nov. 7: The critically acclaimed Echoes of Etta, a tribute to legendary songstress Etta James, returns to Joe's Pub to celebrate the show's live recording. William Blake and Michael Thomas Murray take to the stage with a trio of talented back-up singers and band. Tickets $30; 9:30 PM.