Michael Feinstein and Betty Buckley: Showstoppers
Sept. 1–3 at Feinstein’s/54 Below
The singer, pianist, storyteller, and Playbill Cruise star wraps up an engagement at his home base in Manhattan performing the show tunes that made audiences stand up and cheer, from the 1920s to today. His special guest for the final week: Tony Award–winning original Cats star Betty Buckley.
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Vanessa Williams: Broadway Bares Soul
Sept. 9 at the Sheen Center
The singer and actor (Into the Woods, The Trip to Bountiful) sits down with playwright and priest Edward L. Beck to discuss her influences and life, as well as to sing a few songs.
The Beat Goes On: Liz Callaway Sings the ’60s
Sept. 10 at Feinstein’s/54 Below
The Tony-nominated star of Baby finds unexpected new resonances in the pop hits and Broadway melodies of the Flower Power decade.
Christine Ebersole: After the Ball…
Sept. 11 and 18 at Feinstein’s/54 Below
The two-time Tony Award winner (and a 2017 nominee for War Paint) will sing Broadway standards by the Gershwins, Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern, and their colleagues.
Tommy Tune and Chita Rivera: Two for the Road!
Sept. 16–17 at Enlow Hall/Kean University in Union, N.J.
Ten-time Tony winner Tommy Tune and two-time winner (ten-time nominee) Chita Rivera launch their national song-and-dance-and-story tour in New Jersey, en route to Texas, Florida, Oklahoma, California, and other points west.
Songs From the Broken Heart
Sept. 23–24 at Joe’s Pub
The star of Chicago returns to the Public Theater to share “stories of life, wonder, love, doubt, and loss,” sing-ing songs by Charles Bukowski, Paulo Coelho, Jacques Brel, Nick Cave, and Tom Waits, as well as her own original compositions.
New York Pops Underground
Sept. 25 at Feinstein’s/54 Below
The star of They’re Playing Our Song and Pippin will solo with her band to raise money for the Pops’ music education programs, which reach more than 5,000 New York City students each year.