Dianna Agron's third residency at Café Carlyle concludes April 9, after starting March 29. The singer's setlist highlighted jazz standards from the 60s and 70s, focusing on the theme of love.
She performed the popular songs "Love for Sale," "Some Like It Hot," and "Moon River," among many others.
View photos from her Café Carlyle concert below.
Agron's stage credits include starring in the West End production of James Phillips' McQueen, directed by John Caird. The play premiered at St. James Theatre in 2015 and followed a young woman's heist to steal a dress from the late fashion mogul Alexander McQueen.
In our interview, Agron opened up about her want to return to the musical theatre scene. "I would love to. There is definitely a want and a wish for it. I don't know where that will come—if it will be on stage or a TV show or a film."
In addition to playing Quinn Fabray in Ryan Murphy’s television musical comedy Glee, she starred in the musical drama Burlesque. Other on-screen appearances include I Am Number Four, Shiva Baby, The Laureate, and the newly released Mayim Bialik-directed drama As Sick As They Made Us.