Sunday, March 20: The Meeting*, the comedy-variety show hosted by Justin Sayre, returns to Joe's Pub for an evening of comedy, politics, culture, music and more. The long-running show has featured the likes of Tonya Pinkins, Justin Vivian Bond, Lea DeLaria and Bridget Everett. Tickets from $20; 9:30 PM.
Monday, March 21: See your favorite Broadway performers singing songs traditionally sung by the opposite gender in the annual Broadway Backwards fundraising concert. This year’s star-studded cast includes Tituss Burgess, Chita Rivera, Danielle Brooks and Stephanie J. Block, among others. Proceeds go towards Broadway Cares. Tickets from $85; 8 PM.
Matt Doyle, Kate Baldwin and Jessica Vosk will be among the Broadway stars celebrating the music of contemporary music composer Will Van Dyke at downtown’s Sheen Center. Kate Baldwin & Friends: The Girl Who Stayed – The Songs of Will Van Dyke will also feature Van Dyke himself as well as his band, The Whiskey Five. Tickets from $25; 7:30 PM.
Tuesday, March 22: Following its world premiere at the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, the new musical Mann…And Wife arrives in New York City for a one-night-only concert presentation at Feinstein's/54 Below featuring the original stars. The story follows 32-year-old Henry who is forced to attend the love of his life’s wedding to another man. Tickets from $25; 7 PM.
Wednesday, March 23: Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Steven Page makes his Café Carlyle debut with a two-week run titled Steven Page – Heal Thyself: Past, Present and Future. As well as featuring songs from his new album, the concert celebrates his 20-year career. Tickets from $80; 8:45 Pm.
Thursday, March 24: Kathryn Allison returns to the Feinstein's/54 Below stage with her show Sirens, Songs and Muses, featuring numbers from her favorite female vocalists – from Lady Gaga to Bernadette Peters. The talented performer was crowned NYMF’s Next Broadway Sensation and made her Broadway debut not long after in Aladdin. Tickets from $25; 11:30 PM.
Friday, March 25: The stripped-down musical duo, The Skivvies, return to Feinstein’s/54 Below with a slate of scantily-clad Broadway guests including Molly Pope and Daisy Eagan. Tickets from $35; 9:30 PM.
Saturday, March 26: Help the Drama Book Shop repair the damage caused by a burst water pipe at a star-studded benefit concert at Feinstein's/54 Below. The line-up of performers includes Ali Stroker, Chuck Cooper, Alex Boniello and Gabrielle Ruiz, among others. Tickets from $40; 7 PM.