KT Sullivan Sees Colored Lights in Chicago June 2-5

News   KT Sullivan Sees Colored Lights in Chicago June 2-5 KT Sullivan will take her one-woman show, Colored Lights, to the Chicago cabaret Davenport's in June.

Following her acclaimed run in the Oak Room of New York's Algonquin Hotel, Sullivan has culled from her career in theatre to create an evening of songs from composers Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart, Lerner and Lowe, Jerry Herman, Stephen Sondheim and Adam Guettel. Sullivan will be joined by pianist Jon Weber. Following the Chicago engagement, Sullivan and Mark Nadler will celebrate Broadway songwriter Cole Porter's 117th birthday with A Swell Party: RSVP Cole Porter at Town Hall June 9.

In addition to her extensive cabaret and concert work, Sullivan has appeared on Broadway in Threepenny Opera and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. She appeared Off-Broadway in Splendora and A My Name is Still Alice.

Colored Lights runs June 2-5 at Davenport's, located at 1383 N. Milwaukee Ave in Chicago. Show time is 8 PM with a special 10:30 PM late-night show on June 5. There is a $30 cover ($20 for late-night) and a two-drink minimum. For reservations phone (773) 278-1830.