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254 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019 | West 50s | 866-468-7916
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    Few songwriters are greeted as close friends as they walk the Manhattan streets. This lyricist was. Why wouldn’t he be? With Betty Comden, he put the words “New York, New...
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    By this time he’s done everything based on his songwriting, performing, conducting and arranging prowess. Perhaps he’s best known for his work on the Grease flicks, but...
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    If anyone can be said to own this John Lee Beatty-designed room, she’s it. The beloved diva opened it two years ago to acclaim and has now signed a contract to appear twice yearly for...
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    Many decades ago and counting there was a Golden Age of songwriting for movie musicals. Irving Berlin and Gershwin Brothers George and Ira were among the foremost of them, writing for the...
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    You’ve loved to hate her as coach Sue Sylvester on Glee these many moons. When she played Miss Hannigan in the recent Annie revival on Broadway, you loved to hate her then, too. Now...
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    Ginger Rogers didn’t like it when her Stage Door co-star Katharine Hepburn repeated her line about Fred Astaire giving Rogers class, while she gave him sex appeal. But Hepburn was...
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    It’s been quite a while since the Mitch Miller days, but she still has the ingenuous glow. Only now it’s tempered by show-biz sophistication. She has a huge repertoire from...
  • Sound of the City: Live
    For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Monday, 5/12: Ahrens & Flaherty 54 Below 7:00 p.m. & 9:30 p.m., $55-$65 These songwriters...
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    These songwriters wrote the great end-of-20th-century musical. It’s Ragtime, if your memory’s cloudy. Their track record since is less impressive, and includes the current...
  • Sound of the City: Weekend
    For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Friday, 4/25: EMA The Mercury Lounge 10:30 p.m., $15 Erika M. Anderson, better known as...
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    Mark Nadler, a prodigiously talented fellow, is a New Year’s Eve blow-out every night of the year all by himself. He calls his latest escapade “Runnin’ Wild Songs and...
  • Sound of the City: Weekend
    For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Friday, 3/7: Demi Lovato + Little Mix + Fifth Harmony IZOD Center 7:30 p.m.,...
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    With Nellie McKay brightening the Carlyle last month, and Stew parking himself into this tony boite for a couple of nights as the New Stew Review, could Uptown be the new Downtown? Not yet,...
  • Sound of the City: Listings
    For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Monday, 3/3: New York New Music Ensemble The DiMenna Center for Classical Music 8:00 p.m.,...
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    In 1987 she sang “I Dreamed a Dream” in Les Miserables with a dramatic intensity not since matched, neither on stage nor screen. Switching moods in 1990, she nailed the Tony for,...
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    Ever since he was the first winner on the pre-American Idol Star Search, Harri has made it clear that he’s not your father’s Oldsmobile of a singer. There are some who might say...
  • Sound of the City: Listings
    For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Monday, 1/6: Neil Young Carnegie Hall 8:00 p.m., $50-$200 Over four decades ago,...
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    If Burt Lancaster had been a singer, he would have sounded like this guy: The two share the same rare brand of masculine grace. Having concluded his extremely appealing “A Trip to...
  • Sound of the City: Weekend
    For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Friday, 11/1: Steve Aoki + Waka Flocka Flame + Borgore + Pharrell Williams Pier 94 9:00...
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    The silly witches flying in on their brooms for this immediately post-Halloween coven meeting are, in alphabetical order, Jackie Hoffman, Christine Pedi, Mary Testa, and Christine Zbornik....
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    Few have written as many hits as Ahrens and Flaherty, but few have collaborated for as long. During their 30 year partnership, there are, to name a few, Once on This Island, My Favorite...
  • Sound of the City: Weekend
    For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Friday, 9/20: Laura Benanti 54 Below 8pm, Friday & Saturday; 11pm, Friday,...
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    She’s strutted on Broadway musical stages and nabbed a Tony, she’s showing up as a hospital exec on USA’s Royal Pains, she was just at the Delacorte Theater for The...
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    A Broadway and off-Broadway fixture foolishly eliminated from TV’s defunct Smash, the lad may not be able to do everything, but he certainly gives the impression he can. In his first...
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    He can be Emile de Becque in South Pacific at the Beaumont, or he can be the noseless man in The Nose at the Met. Here, he’s simply a Brazilian crooner riffing through numbers from his...
  • Sound of the City: Listings
    For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.Monday, 7/22: Huntress Saint Vitus 8pm, $10/$12 The lead single off straight-ahead...
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    LuPone is calling her latest show “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda…(Played That Part),” and you better believe that if she didn’t, it wasn’t for lack of trying. So...
  • Sound of the City: Listings
    For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.Monday, 7/15: Dillon Francis Highline Ballroom 8pm, $15-$20 A true moombahton success...
  • Sound of the City: Weekend
    For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.Friday, 7/12: Hair Police + Pharmakon + Alberich 285 Kent Ave 8pm,...
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    Long before he was Mr. Schuester on Glee, he was a B’way regular playing roles like South Pacific’s Lieutenant Cable. Hence, of course, the Where It All began title he’s...
  • Sound of the City: Jazz
    These are the best jazz shows in NYC this month.Cécile McLorin Salvant Salvant's debut WomanChild (Mack Avenue) captures her rare gift as a vocalist and curator of song. Favoring an...
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    After the huge success of Michael Musto’s ’70s Disco Extravaganza in the basement of Studio 54 a few months ago, we knew no one would let him get away without an encore...
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    Her voice may be a darkened silver now that she’s comfortably in her eighties, but her acting chops haven’t faltered: If anything, Cook is better than ever. Having lost her last...
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    Ask anyone who knows Broadway—and even off- and off-off-Broadway—cast lists whether there’s a performer more versatile or reliable or just plain excellent, and the answer is...
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    Wopat has left Hazzard far behind but become even more hazardous in his recordings. With his subtle macho, he gets the most from the material included on his moody new I’ve Got Your...
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    True story: our ingenious columnist 
Michael Musto was once the leader of a Motown cover band in the ’80s. If you missed him then, you’ll get your chance to see his grand...
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    “Same Place: Another Time,” the show’s sassy title, refers to her celebrating Studio 54, the world-famous ‘70s dance hall that used to be above where the new and...
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    If you’re looking for rough-hewn masculine grace, this guy’s got it by the cartons. Yes, he was Luke Duke on the television series, but he’s driven a long way since then,...
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    He may be playing the retired cop, patriarch, and frequent household cook on CBS’s Blue Bloods,” but you can bet that he still has his Broadway leading man stripes in shiny...
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    The bookers at this new hit establishment continue their winning streak by inviting the first lady of jazz-classical piano to resume the series of brunch appearances she turned into...
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    When it comes to powerhouse pairings, you’re not going to do better than these two: She’s the Tony-winning, hearts-stealing Broadway leading lady who left us for the West Coast...
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    A strong argument can be made that he has the sweetest, most emotionally affecting pipes on Broadway, and his ventures into the intimate rooms are rather rare. Tonight, he may be reprise...
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    Architectural wiz John Lee Beatty designed this room to remind patrons of a speakeasy, not that many go back far enough to recall what one looked and felt like. Because the Broadway...
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    The hot news is that LuPone’s back warbling Great Songbook entries, some of which she may even have introduced, whether on Broadway or London’s West End. The maybe hotter news is...

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