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News 42nd Street Tony Winner Makes Feinstein's Debut in February Christine Ebersole, who won a Tony Award for her performance in the hit revival of 42nd Street, will make her Feinstein's at the Regency debut next month.
Christine Ebersole
Christine Ebersole

From Feb. 17-March 6 Ebersole will offer her new show, In Your Dreams, at the intimate Manhattan cabaret. Ebersole will be joined onstage by her 42nd Street co-star, jazz pianist/singer Billy Stritch.

Most recently in Talking Heads at the Minetta Lane Theatre, Christine Ebersole received a 2003 Tony nomination for her performance in Lincoln Center’s recent production of Dinner at Eight. She also received a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for her work as Dorothy Brock in the hit revival of 42nd Street. Ebersole’s other Broadway credits include The Best Man, Getting Away with Murder, Harrigan 'n Hart, Camelot, Oklahoma!, On the Twentieth Century, I Love My Wife, Angel Street and the City Center Encores! productions of A Connecticut Yankee, Ziegfeld Follies of 1936, Lady in the Dark and Allegro.

A composer, pianist and singer, Billy Stritch has performed in night clubs and concert halls around the world and made his Broadway debut in 42nd Street. His recordings include "Jazz Live," "Water of March" and "Billy Stritch," and he also composed Reba McEntire's quintuple-platinum hit "Does He Love You." Stritch's TV appearances include "The View," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" and the Stephen Sondheim celebration at Carnegie Hall. His musical with Mark Waldrop and Mark Bramble is entitled Lily & Lily.

Ebersole and special guest Stritch will offer shows Tuesday through Saturdays at 8:30 PM with late shows on Fridays and Saturdays at 11 PM. There is a $60 cover and a $30 minimum. Feinstein's at the Regency is located within the Regency Hotel at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street; call (212) 339-4095 for reservations.

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