Rob McClure, Cristin Milioti and a Sneak Peek at Taylor Mac's Epic New Show

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Cristin Milioti Monica Simoes

Thursday, June 30: Lady Day fans need look no further than Analisa Bell to get their fix. The Australian cabaret star takes to the stage at Metropolitan Room with a moving tribute to the late songstress. Tickets from $24; 9 PM.

Taylor Mac
Taylor Mac Dan Norman

Friday, July 1: Tony nominee Rob McClure makes his New York City solo concert debut on the Feinstein’s/54 Below stage alongside a swinging band and special guests including Jenn Colella. The singing actor performs his favorite tunes while recalling hilarious moments from past shows, such as Honeymoon in Vegas, Noises Off and Avenue Q. Also performing July 2. Tickets from $40; 7 PM.

Saturday, July 2: Judy Garland impersonator Tommy Femia has been performing as the diva for so long, one starts to forget who’s who. Catch the weekly Saturday night show, Judy Garland Live! at Don’t Tell Mama. Tickets $25; 8 PM.

Sunday, July 3: Catch a glimpse of Taylor Mac’s much-talked-about new show, A 24-Decade History of Popular Music, before its world premiere at St. Ann’s this fall. The epic solo work, told through 240 songs and over 24 hours, charts American history from 1776 to present day. The artist returns to Joe’s Pub with two special 80-minute previews from the show. Tickets $30; 6 PM and 9 PM.

Monday, July 4: Get cozy and romantic at Birdland this Independence Day. The Broadway concert series continues with George Abud in Change Partners: A Broadway Love Affair. For one night only, Abud teams up a string of talented stars to perform duets both familiar and rare. Tickets $30; 7 PM.

John Lloyd Young
John Lloyd Young

Tuesday, July 5: Original Jersey Boy John Lloyd Young makes his Feinstein’s/54 Below debut with a series of solo concerts incorporating old-time classics and contemporary favorites. The Tony winner is performing at the cabaret hotspot through July 9. Tickets from $75; times vary.

Wednesday, July 6: Head to Joe’s Pub to see a preview performance of Green Card, a new musical with a fresh twist on the trials and tribulations of immigration. Written by Dimo Hyun Jun Kim and Ishmael Robinson, with music by Bryan Michaels and TaeHo Park, the new work will be staged at Theatre at St. Clements this summer. Tickets $12; 7 PM.

Thursday, July 7: Once and Lazarus star Cristin Milioti takes her live show, filled with her favorite songs, to Joe’s Pub for three nights. The Tony nominee’s solo concerts are intimate and personal. Tickets $30; 7:30 PM.

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