Sally Mayes and the Skivvies Lead Starry Lineup for Tonight's Drama Book Shop Benefit Concert

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The Broadway landmark is recovering from a burst pipe that damaged its inventory.
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Tony Award nominees Penny Fuller (Applause, Dividing The Estate) and Sally Mayes (Closer Than Ever, She Loves Me) lead the starry line-up for the March 26 Feinstein's/54Below concert of stories and songs to benefit The Drama Book Shop. Show time is 7 PM.

The theatre district landmark is recovering from a burst pipe that damaged part of its inventory Feb. 14.

Also part of the roster are Ali Stroker, who recently made her debut in Deaf West's revival of Spring Awakening, and composer Nancy Ford (I'm Getting My Act Together...). The evening also features Alex Boniello (Spring Awakening), Chuck Cooper (Tony Award winner, The Life, Caroline or Change, Amazing Grace), Bobby Cronin, David Cryer (The Phantom of the Opera, 1776, Chess), Patti Mariano (The Full Monty, Rags, original cast member of The Music Man), Gabrielle Ruiz (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, If/Then, In The Heights), The Skvivies, Phyllis Blanford, Britt Cryer, Janet Fanale, Kristen Gehling, James Horan, Polly McKie, The NYCity Slickers, Red Wine + Whiskey, Paul Thomas Ryan, Crystal Skillman, Vanessa Spica and Shawn Verrier with Steven Carl McCasland on piano.

The benefit also features various auction and raffle items, including two tickets to Hamilton, followed by a backstage meet-and-greet with the show's director, Thomas Kail.

Tickets are priced $40 (not including a $25 food/drink minimum), and all proceeds benefit The Drama Book Shop. Advanced reservations are strongly recommended as limited seating remains. For tickets, visit 54below.com/artist/a-benefit-for-the-drama-book-shop.

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