Lorna Luft Will Play Feinstein’s/54 Below in October

Cabaret & Concert News   Lorna Luft Will Play Feinstein’s/54 Below in October
 
The acclaimed entertainer returns to New York with her latest show, To “L” and Back.
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Lorna Luft

Lorna Luft will return to Feinstein’s/54 Below with her new nightclub act To “L” and Back, running October 23–25.

The daughter of entertainment icon Judy Garland will perform classics from the American songbook and more. To “L” and Back marks Luft’s return to the New York concert stage after undergoing surgery for a brain tumor earlier this year.

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Luft made her professional singing debut on TV’s The Judy Garland Show and went on to featured roles on film and television, including Grease 2, Where the Boys Are ’84, and Murder, She Wrote. Luft technically made her Broadway debut in 1967 when she joined her mother onstage in her 1967 Palace Theatre concert, but she took the stage on her own in 1971 as a replacement as the female lead in the musical Promises, Promises. Other stage appearances include the 1981 national tour of They're Playing Our Song, the 1992 tour of Guys and Dolls, and both U.S. and U.K. tours of Irving Berlin's White Christmas. Her 1998 family memoir Me and My Shadows was adapted as an Emmy-winning TV miniseries.

For tickets, priced $60–$70, visit 54Below.com.

Luft has been a special guest on Playbill's Broadway on the High Seas cruises. Cabins are now on sale for Playbill’s Broadway on the Rhône River 2 cruise April 7–14, 2019, featuring Melissa Errico, Norm Lewis, Rebecca Luker, Marc Kudisch, and Seth Rudetsky, and Broadway in Bordeaux With Michael Feinstein September 1–9, 2019, with other celebrity guests to be announced! Call Playbill Travel for tickets at 866-455-6789 or visit PlaybillTravel.com.

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