King Kong Room Features K.T. Sullivan and Jessica Molaskey on Sept. 29

News   King Kong Room Features K.T. Sullivan and Jessica Molaskey on Sept. 29
 
The King Kong Room at New York's The Supper Club will offer a bevy of Broadway favorites on Sept. 29.

K.T. Sulliavn, who headed the cast of the Broadway revival of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, will debut her newest cabaret show at 7 PM. The MAC Award-winning singer-actress has titled her latest outing "Illusions: Songs of Weimar Berlin." The evening will feature Jed Distler on piano with special guest, singer Barbara Brussell. There is a $25 cover and a $15 food-drink minimum. At 8:30 PM, A Doll's Life composer Larry Grossman will entertain with songs and stories. Recent A Man of No Importance star Jessica Molaskey will join Grossman as they offer tunes from Minnie's Boys, Goodtime Charley, "Pocahontas II" and more. There is a $20 cover and a $15 food-drink minimum.

"Jim Caruso's Cast Party" gets underway at 10 PM. The weekly Monday night soiree features a host of Broadway and cabaret folk who drop by to meet, mingle and entertain. "I'd been looking for the perfect place to do something like this; just to schoomze, laugh, drink and have all these incredibly talented people that I know get up and do what they do—entertain!," Caruso recently told Playbill.

The King Kong Room is located within The Supper Club at 240 West 47th Street. For reservations, call (212) 921-1904.

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