Sutton Foster, Marin Mazzie and James Naughton Set for Feinstein's in 2006

News   Sutton Foster, Marin Mazzie and James Naughton Set for Feinstein's in 2006
Feinstein's at the Regency, the posh nightclub named for cabaret veteran Michael Feinstein, has announced its 2006 winter and spring schedule.

Stage and screen star — and TV host — Tony Danza will kick off the New Year with "I'm Back," which features musical direction by Lenny LaCroix. Danza will play Feinstein's Jan. 31-Feb. 11.

Tony Award winner Faith Prince and recent Glengarry Glen Ross star Tom Wopat will join forces for a week-and-a-half of shows, Feb. 14-Feb. 25. And, Kitty Carlisle Hart will return with her acclaimed "Here's to Life" program Feb. 28-March 4. Hart will be backed by musical director David Lewis.

Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, who was seen this season in the out-of town tryout of The Drowsy Chaperone, will play her first extended engagement at a New York nightclub. Foster is set to sing at Feinstein's March 7-18.

Diahann Carroll will make a rare New York appearance in "The Life and Times of Diahann Carroll," which is set for April 18-May 6. The spring at Feinstein's will also see husband-and-wife actors Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley, who are set to play the club May 1-8. And, Rebecca Luker will return for a May 9 20 engagement.

James Naughton will conclude the spring season with "Looking for the Heart of Saturday Night." The two-time Tony Award winner is set to perform May 30-June 10. Feinstein's will also offer several one-night-only appearances: Bucky Pizzarelli (Feb. 13), Bobby Belfry (Feb. 27), Jane White (March 13), George Wein (March 20) and Tony DeSare (April 3). Feinstein himself will play two nights at his club, March 31 and April 1.

Feinstein's at the Regency is located in Manhattan at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street. For reservations call (212) 339-4095 or visit

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