They’re still known as “the longest-running nightclub act on Broadway!” Terese Genecco and her eight-piece “Little Big Band” are back at The Iridium, 1650 Broadway at 51st Street in New York City to celebrate the holiday season in swinging style on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015
ScoBar Entertainment is proud to announce that after captivating audiences at Madison Square Garden, The Montreal Jazz Festival and The Rrazz Room at The Prince, singer-songwriter Rhonda Ross, along with her slamming jazz band will be returning to The Iridium NYC Sunday December 6th at 8:30PM.
The great Marilyn Maye delivers her annual one-two punch to ring in the new year at The Metropolitan Room with back-to-back shows on New Year’s Eve, followed by a week of her incomparable “Marilyn by Request” party-shows through January 10.
“Our Sinatra: A Musical Celebration,” the critically acclaimed musical saluting and honoring the music of Frank Sinatra, will mark its 15th Anniversary (2000-2015) and celebrate the Centennial (1915-2015) of one of our greatest American vocalists
Café Noctambulo is proud to present The Danny Lerman Experience on Wednesday, December 16th at 8:00 p.m. Having just returned from a well received mini tour of the Netherlands last week, this newest show will feature material from Danny’s new upcoming recording, mixed with some favorites from the pop and classic songbook.
Celebrate the Holiday Season on the stage and screen!! Join host and Helpusadopt.org board member Robin Westle, headliner Jessica Grové, known for originating the role of ‘Dorothy’ in the Madison Square Garden production of The Wizard of Oz,
This month in Cabaret, featuring The Mable Mercer Foundation presents the 26th Annual New York Cabaret Convention, Gabrielle Stravelli, Rain Pryor, Paul Shapiro's Ribs & Brisket Revue, and Nicole Henry. Click the video for more information.
The Jewish Channel will continue its second season of its popular theateroriented monthly TV show, “Row J,” beginning on Wednesday, October 28. “Row J” is hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton.
For the umpteenth year in a row, the Metropolitan Room prepares for Judgment Day as the Grande Dame of Cabaret, Baby Jane Dexter, blows in for the holidays. Every bird will be stuffed, every stocking filled and gifts will be left under every tree,
Jan Wallman, the “Godmother of Cabaret,” passed away on Thursday, October 8, 2015, of natural causes in New York City. The recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs and one of the organization’s founders, Wallman was 93.
Here’s someone who knows how to pour it on thick, but who goes down easy. Eric Yves Garcia, the Margaret Whiting Award-winning pianist and singer, will play the Metropolitan Room in a long-lasting run of his brand new show, “Pour Spirits,”
Ruby Rims & Friends do the Can Can to benefit Rauschenbusch Food Pantry and Judson Memorial Church. John McMahon music directs this holiday extravanganza featuring 35 performers from the Broadway and Cabaret world, including Karen Mason
LEA DeLARIA will perform selections from her innovative new album, House of David: delaria + bowie = jazz – which boldly reexamines the work of music icon David Bowie – in a series of concerts at Smoke Jazz Club (2751 Broadway at 106th Street).
The husband and wife cabaret team of David Alpher & Jennie Litt provided an afternoon of entertainment and education in their show The Elegant & The Immigrant: Cole Porter & Irving Berlin Together at Don't Tell Mama.