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News Spider-Man's Robert Cuccioli Plays 54 Below Feb. 6 Robert Cuccioli, who recently returned to Broadway in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, makes his debut at the Manhattan nightspot 54 Below Feb. 6.

Robert Cuccioli
Robert Cuccioli

The acclaimed singing actor's show begins at 9:30 PM. The evening, which is entitled A Standard Love, features musical direction by Barry Levitt with Jon Burr on bass and Alvester Garnett on drums.

The show, according to press notes, reflects Cuccioli's "love of music from ballad to swing. [The Tony nominee] will take audiences on a musical journey of loving and losing and loving again, through musical standards from the 30's and 40's lending his rich voice to some of the most endearing American standards ever written."

Song selections include "The Look of Love," "I’ve Got You Under My Skin," "How Do You Keep the Music Playing," "Zing Went the Strings of  My Heart," "Witchcraft," "For All We Know," "A Fine Romance" and "I Wanna Be Around" as well as Jekyll & Hyde's "This Is the Moment."

Cuccioli, who received a Tony nomination as well as Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for his performance in Jekyll & Hyde, made his Broadway debut as Inspector Javert in Les Miserables. His Off-Broadway credits include Temporary Help, Enter The Guardsman, And The World Goes 'Round (1991 Outer Critics Circle Award), Gigi, The Rothschilds, Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris and Dietrich & Chevalier. Visit his page at the Playbill Vault.

54 Below is located at 254 W. 54th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue. For tickets, reservations and club information call (646) 476-3551 or visit 54below.com or ticketweb.com. The show has a $30 (bar seating) or $40 (table seating) cover. There is an additional $25 food and beverage minimum. To receive $5 off cover charge in the main dining room, enter code CUCCIOLI5 upon purchase of tickets.

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