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Feinstein's/54 Below Tickets

Get closer than ever to your favorite Broadway stars at Feinstein's/54 Below, the hottest, swankiest nightclub in New York City. From Patti LuPone to the Skivvies, Feinstein's/54 Below's eclectic roster of performers has something for everyone. Located beneath the old Studio 54, this supper club offers terrific food, tasty cocktails and top-notch entertainment.

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Maria Friedman - September 19 - 23 at 7pm
$59.50 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

Rachel Tucker - September 27 - 30 at 7pm
$46.75 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

Andrea McArdle - October 10 - 14 at 7pm
$42.50 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

West Side Story 60th Anniversary Celebration - September 26 at 7pm
$38.25 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

Gloria Ruben: Great Ladies of Motown - September 27 at 9:30pm
$34 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

The Ed Sullivan Birthday Show - September 28 at 9:30pm
$38.25 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

54 Sings Rufus Wainwright - October 1 at 7pm
$38.25 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

Rachel Eskenazi-Gold - October 1 at 9:30pm
$29.27 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

The Newsboys' Variety Show - October 2 at 7pm & 9:30pm
$38.25 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

Lee Roy Reams: Celebrating 42nd Street - October 6 & 7 at 7pm
$42.50 Main Dining Room & Bar Rail Only

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About Feinstein's/54 Below - Off Broadway

Show Info

Running Time
1 hour and 20 minutes per show

Summary

Maria Friedman
September 19 - 23 at 7:00 pm
Three-time Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman makes her Feinstein’s/54 Below solo debut with an extraordinary concert. Maria explores the work of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim in her critically acclaimed show Lenny & Steve, comparing and contrasting songs from their separate catalogues, as well as their joint masterpiece West Side Story. Songs include “New York, New York,” “I Can Cook Too,” “Losing My Mind,” and “Send in the Clowns.” Book fast for this West End and Broadway star as she makes a very special New York appearance.

Rachel Tucker
September 27 -30 at 7pm
Following a triumphant run as Elphaba in Wicked the Musical, Rachel Tucker makes her Feinstein’s/54 Below solo debut with her first intimate solo show, transferring to New York after two sell-out London runs and UK Tour. Rachel has just finished reprising her role as Elphaba in London, as part of the show’s West End 10th Anniversary cast, having also previously played the role to great acclaim in London for 3 years, where she holds the title of longest consecutive running Elphaba and won the 2011 WhatsOnStage award for Best Takeover in a Role.

Andrea McArdle
October 10 - 14 at 7pm
An Evening with Andrea McArdle is a brand new show that celebrates The Great American Songbook, Broadway and contemporary music. With Andrea’s soaring vocals, audiences will be taken on a musical journey that is filled with anecdotes about the legends she has worked with and the songs that became the soundtrack of America.

West Side Story 60th Anniversary Celebration
September 26 at 7pm
Join us at Feinstein’s/54 Below to celebrate the groundbreaking musical masterpiece West Side Story on the 60th anniversary of the show’s Broadway opening. With an immortal score by Leonard Bernstein (music) and Stephen Sondheim (lyrics), West Side Story opened at the Winter Garden Theater on September 26, 1957. This tribute concert will feature some of the most beloved songs from the show: “Something’s Coming,” “Maria,” “Tonight,” “Cool,” “I Feel Pretty,” “Somewhere,” and others.

Gloria Reuben: Great Ladies of Motown
September 27 at 9:30pm
Join actress/singer Gloria Reuben for a fun night celebrating the fantastic Ladies of Motown! From The Supremes, to The Marvelettes, to Mary Wells, and more, Great Ladies of Motown will be sure to please everyone! Gloria’s first version of her template celebrating women in music began with her show LADIES’ NIGHT: Great Ladies of Song, which she performed at Feinstein’s/54 Below in March 2017, singing songs from KD Lang and Ella Fitzgerald to Alanis Morisette and Sade. Her new show Great Ladies of Motown is the first of many sequels to the original LADIES’ NIGHT!

The Ed Sullivan Birthday Show!
September 28 at 9:30pm
Yes, this is Ed Sullivan’s birthday! And what better day could there be to honor the gentleman who brought New York City’s vibrant world of live entertainment into the homes of America every Sunday night for decades! Elvis! The Beatles! Broadway shows! Spinning Plates! Everything and everybody with the talent to entertain performed for Mr. Sullivan and the nation. On his birthday, we’ll celebrate Ed Sullivan with a wide variety of entertainments that will mirror the incredible diversity of his show. You’ll hear famous pop songs that graced his stage, show tunes that, when performed on The Ed Sullivan Show, turned Broadway musicals into hits overnight, plus the classic songs performed by a parade of America’s greatest singers who appeared on his show. And maybe even a puppet and a juggler, but hopefully no dog acts.

54 Sings Rufus Wainwright
October 1 at 7pm
Join some of Broadway’s finest as we celebrate the glorious music of Rufus Wainwright, who Elton John has called, “The greatest songwriter on the planet”, in an evening of lush, romantic, witty, powerful and definitely dramatic songs from his brilliant and extensive catalog. Audiences can expect to hear favorites like “Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk”, “The Art Teacher”, “Oh What a World”, “Going to a Town” and many more. Music directed by Rufus’ former keyboard player, Jason Hart (music director of American Psycho on Broadway)

Rachel Eskenazi-Gold
October 1 at 9:30pm
Rachel Eskenazi-Gold, currently Christine at certain performances in The Phantom of the Opera, makes her Feinstein’s/54 Below and New York City solo concert debut in I Blame You: It’s Your Fault I’m Doing This Show. With music direction by Josh Kight and featuring a few Broadway guest stars, as well. It’ll be a night of songalogues and stories that will take you on a journey into Rachel’s life through her heroes, the people, places and things that have inspired her. Featuring songs from Phantom, Side Show, Wicked, and many others, including a few brand new ones by up and coming New York City musical theatre writers, never before seen on stage.

The Newsboys’ Variety Show
October 2 at 7:00 and 9:30
Exactly one year from closing, cast members from the touring company of Newsies are back at Feinstein’s/54 Below for an all new edition of the The Newsboys’ Variety Show! Join dozens of cast members for this one-night-only cabaret featuring a variety of musical styles, dancing, and other special talents on display. Complete cast to be announced shortly!

Lee Roy Reams: Celebrating 42nd Street
October 6-7 at 7:00pm
Broadway royalty Lee Roy Reams returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below with a brand new show celebrating his time with the legendary Broadway musical 42nd Street! Lee Roy originated the role of Billy Lawlor in the Tony Award-winning musical and will regale audiences with glorious songs and outrageous stories from this time. From “Lullaby of Broadway” to “We’re In The Money” and from David Merrick to Gower Champion, this is a view of 42nd Street like none other. Don’t miss Broadway’s “song & dance man nonpareil” (New York Times) as he comes back to the Feinstein’s/54 Below stage!