The series, which has returned to New York City for a three-month engagement, offered its final 11:30 PM show Jan. 16. The first show was held Nov. 21 and the second was held Dec. 19.
Hosted by Steve Rosen, Sarah Saltzberg and music director Dan Lipton — with a visit from David Rossmer, plus DJs Andrew and Andrew — Don't Quit promised an "array of special guests each month" where "Broadway and improv meet… and make out!"
Also joining Rosen, Saltzberg and Lipton at the Jan. 16 installment were Derrick Baskin (Memphis), Tony nominee John Ellison Conlee (The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence), Crawford (Annie, "Into The Woods"), Lea DeLaria ("Orange is the New Black"), Alexander Gemignani (Les Misérables), Jason Kravits (Relatively Speaking, "The Michael J. Fox Show"), Tony-nominated songwriters Pasek and Paul (A Christmas Story, Dogfight), Ephraim Sykes (Motown, Newsies), Tony nominee Mary Testa (Disaster! Queen of the Mist) and Danza (Honeymoon in Vegas).
Proceeds from the shows — presented with Shoshana Feinstein — benefit Open Doors, TDF's theatre arts mentoring program for high school students.
Don't Quit Your Night Job began in 2006 at Joe's Pub. The one-off benefit grew into a ten-month, sold-out run, and a commercial Off-Broadway production followed in 2007. Subsequently, Don't Quit Your Night Job has played the Zipper Factory, The Julia Miles Theater and (le) Poisson Rouge.
Don't Quit guests have included Huey Lewis, Hank Azaria, Julianna Margulies, Michael McKean, Marc Shaiman, Alicia Witt, Marvin Hamlisch, Anthony Rapp, Sara Ramirez, George Wendt, Bebe Neuwirth, David Hyde Pierce, Julie White, Patrick Wilson, Andrea Martin, Kelli O’Hara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Mo Rocca and Josh Gad.