Egan will take part in a talkback session and will also perform a few numbers from her newest solo recording, "Coffee House." The singer-actress will also autograph copies of the new CD. She will be accompanied on piano by musical director Christopher McGovern. Show time is 7 PM. Susan Egan received Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations for her work in Beauty and the Beast, and her other theatre credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie, Cabaret, Triumph of Love, Putting It Together and Hello Again. Her debut solo recording was titled "So Far" and includes tunes from her many theatrical outings.
Produced by McGovern, "Coffee House" features such tunes as "Both Sides Now," "Taylor, the Latte Boy," "Oh Very Young," "Someone to Lay Down Beside Me," "French Waltz," "Across 9th Avenue," "Where in the World Is My Prince," "I Can't Believe My Heart," "Roses," "Oh, How I Loved You," "Wuthering Heights," "There Are No Words" and "Sing Me a Happy Song." Several of the songs have previously never been recorded.
Barnes & Noble is located at 1972 Broadway at 66th Street. Admission to the event is free.