Bruce Vilanch Hosts 2013 Nightlife Awards Jan. 14; Leslie Uggams, Marilyn Maye, Rupert Holmes Among Performers
14 Jan 2013
Photo by Kevin Alvey
The 11th Annual Nightlife Awards are presented by Max Weintraub and Scott Siegel Jan. 14 at Manhattan's Town Hall. The evening honors the best in cabaret, comedy and jazz.
The 7 PM event boasts no acceptance speeches – winners perform instead. Emmy winner Bruce Vilanch hosts.
A list of winners, who will all perform, follows:
Leslie Uggams - Nightlife Legend Award Marilyn Maye - Nightlife Legend Winner Catherine Russell - Outstanding Jazz Performer Emily Bergl - Outstanding Musical Comedy Performer Faith Prince - Outstanding Musical Comedy Duo or Group Jason Graae - Outstanding Musical Comedy Duo or Group Julie Halston - Outstanding Comedy Performer Jessica Kirson - Outstanding Standup Comedy Performer James Barbour - Outstanding Cabaret Performer Carole J. Bufford - Outstanding Cabaret Performer Lauren Fox - Outstanding Cabaret Performer Mark Nadler - Outstanding Cabaret Performer Bill Charlap - Outstanding Jazz Instrumentalist Kate McGarry - Outstanding Jazz Performer Jane Monheit - Outstanding Jazz Performer
Tony winner Rupert Holmes and Jim Caruso are guest performers, and New York's newest nightclub, 54 Below, is honored. Singing on the club's behalf is Nightlife Legend Award winner Uggams.
Tickets to the Nightlife Awards are priced $75 for orchestra & loge boxes, $50 for front balcony and $25 for rear balcony. Tickets are available via TicketMaster or at The Town Hall Box Office. For more information email SiegelEntertainment@msn.com.
Set in the magical world of La Belle Epoque Paris, where fashion, glamour, and passion prevail, Lerner and Loewe's celebrated musical is a romantic comedy about one young woman's journey to find her true self... and her true love.