Sweet Smell of Excess: Chef's Theater Serves Dessert Shows with Cavanaugh, Lippa, Ripley Starting April 16

News   Sweet Smell of Excess: Chef's Theater Serves Dessert Shows with Cavanaugh, Lippa, Ripley Starting April 16
Chef's Theater: A Musical Feast, the new hybrid event at the Supper Club that is part legit cabaret and part cooking show, will launch an 11 PM weekend dessert buffet and show April 16.
Michael Cavanaugh
Michael Cavanaugh

"After a night on the town, what better way to end the evening than with a sumptuous dessert and a hot musical performance?" the producers ask. The Dessert Show is served each Friday and Saturday evening at 11 PM and is billed as "the show after the show," with guests feasting on "a sexy buffet of decadent cakes, creamy confections and forbidden pleasures."

The Dessert Show is separate from the Chef's Theater dinner and brunch shows that play Tuesday Sunday with celebrity chefs (opening night is April 14).

Unlike Chef's Theater, the dessert buffet does not offer a cooking demonstration or a chef, but does have sweets and music and dancing.

Upcoming performers for the dessert shows include Michael Cavanaugh (of Movin' Out) April 16-17; Jason Robert Brown (Tony Award-winning composer, Parade, The Last 5 Years) April 23-24; Daphne Rubin Vega (Rent, The Rocky Horror Show) April 30 May 1; Andrew Lippa (composer, Off-Broadway's The Wild Party) May 7-8; Alice Ripley (Side Show, Sunset Boulevard) May 14-15; and Adam Pascal (Rent, Aida) May 21-22.

The Supper Club is at 240 W. 47th Street.


Chef's Theater is produced by West Egg Entertainment, Marty Bell, Greg Smith and Stephen Fass and executive producer Joe Allegro.

Tickets for Chef's Theater dinner performances are $115 to $125.  Brunch performances are $65, and The Dessert Show is $45.  Special Chef's Table seating is available.  All tickets can be purchased through Telecharge.com or by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting the Supper Club box office at 240 W. 47th Street.

Ticket price includes a complete dinner or brunch, performance, and complementing featured beverage. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased from a cash bar.

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