Moser salutes the underrated queen of 1970s pop with help from pianist Drew Wutke and guest singers Molly Pope, Cathy Cervenka, Daryl Glenn and Jack Bartholet.
Sarah-Louise Young fangurls hard for Julie Andrews in a cabaret-theater show that surveys the life and career of the English grande dame of musical theater. Music director Michael Roulston (Fascinating Aida) is at the piano for this Brits Off Broadway presentation.
Though she has appeared in many productions since—including Broadway's Beauty and the Beast and Starlight Express—Andrea McArdle will probably always be remembered most fondly as the big-belting moppet who stole our hearts in the original Annie. ("Tomorrow" belongs to her.) In this new set at F/54, she performs contemporary songs alongside standards and show tunes, and shares stories from her long showbiz journey.
Everyone’s favorite spunky Broadway regular, Sutton Foster—the two-time Tony-winning star of shows including Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Drowsy Chaperone, Shrek, Anything Goes and Violet—brings her shine back to the Carlyle.
Singer-actor Tori Scott mixes classic musical-comedy warmth with a killer range. Armed with smart, saucy patter, she comes off as the best wild friend that a frazzled gay city boy could hope to find. Her Gay Pride–themed Joe's Pub show features tunes that range from Judy Garland to Beyoncé and beyond.
Broadway by the Year impresario Scott Siegel curates this monthly concert series, in which Broadway stars sing some of the Great White Way's best-loved tunes.
Litteer has made a career playing sexy women, including in a memorably lurid sex scene in Requiem for a Dream (not to mention her long-lived alter ego as nightclub personality and method go-go star Jessica Rabbit). Now she dives down the rabbit hole of her NYC adventures in a variety show presented by TWEED.
Vocalist, composer and producer Haley Fohr brings her shape-shifting avant-pop project Union Pool's Summer Thunder matinee series. Expect her to play from her most recent effort Reaching for Indigo and 2015's ultra-compelling In Plain Speech.
A demigod of the demimonde, Arias has entertained and scandalized the club world for decades with his fetish-drag getups, extravagant charisma, filthy patter and Billie Holiday stylings. For this set he is joined by pianist Jonos Mainelli.
After leapfrogging to Broadway in Grease as the winner of a reality-TV casting series, versatile soprano Osnes has proved the snobs and cynics wrong in a succession of winsome turns in shows including Bandstand, South Pacific and Cinderella; Broadway hoofer-actor-singer Yazbeck has brightened such revivals as Gypsy, A Chorus Line and On the Town. Having teamed up for a sucessful double act last year, the two stars reunite for another evening of Great American Songbook fare.