By Ben Rimalower
01 Mar 2014
Tony Award winner Randy Graff has been a fixture on Broadway for several decades, and with good reason. The versatile actress and singer is equally at home in plays and musicals, comedy and more serious fare. You could cast Graff in virtually anything, and no one would wonder what she was doing there. Indeed, her resume boasts a wide range of diverse projects, including revivals of classic chestnuts as well as original contemporary material, where she has consistently made a shining impact.
Graff's legacy in musicals is particularly lustrous, where her compelling acting is complemented by a powerful belt voice of great expressiveness and range. I'm tremendously excited about her recent solo cabaret debut at Manhattan's 54 Below, which she will reprise on March 5 at 9:30 PM.