Tony winner Kelli O'Hara will perform at Manhattan Theatre Club's Winter Benefit, set for January 23 at the Ziegfeld Ballroom. The annual event supporting MTC will begin with a cocktail reception at 7 PM.
Accompanying O'Hara will be Dan Lipton for the evening, which will also feature a dinner. O'Hara's Broadway credits include The King and I, for which she earned the 2015 Tony Award as well as Grammy and Olivier nomination; Kiss Me, Kate; and The Bridges of Madison County. Her work can also be seen on screen in The Gilded Age, The Accidental Wolf, and more. O'Hara and Lipton have a history of collaborating together, including the They Don’t Let You In the Opera (If You’re a Country Star), which Lipton wrote for O'Hara.
Manhattan Theatre Club's 2022-2023 Broadway and Off-Broadway season features Cost of Living starring Kara Young, David Zayas, Gregg Mozgala, and Katy Sullivan; Where the Mountain Meets the Sea starring Chris Myers and Billy Eugene Jones; the U.K. transfer The Collaboration starring Jeremy Pope and Paul Bettany; Summer, 1976 starring Laura Linney; the world premiere of Emily Feldman's The Best We Could (A Family Tragedy); King James starring Glenn Davis, Chris Perfetti, and Khloe Janel; and the world premiere of Jocelyn Bioh's Jaja's African Hair Braiding. The season marks Lynne Meadow's 50th as artistic director.
For tickets and more information, visit ManhattanTheatreClub.com.