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Steppin’ Out
July 17, 2014

Cover Charge: $25/$35/$50
Food & Beverage Minimum: $25

Cover Charge Additional $5 At Door
Thur, Jul 17 9:30 pm Doors 8:45 pm Buy Tickets

*Pricing subject to change at any time.
*Tickets on the day of performance after 2:00pm are only available by calling 646.476.3551.

International singing star Melanie Stace will perform her critically acclaimed one woman show Steppin’ Out at 54 Below. Melanie recently wowed audiences in her New York debut at The Metropolitan Room, and at Feinsteins, where her show was voted one of the top twelve shows to see in NYC by Edge Magazine.

Melanie has also played The Empire Plush Room in San Francisco, The Pizza On The Park in London, the Rrazz Room in San Francisco, and recently  completed six seasons starring as Madame Zinzanni for the World Famous Teatro Zinzanni, in both Seattle and San Francisco. In addition, Melanie has done 5 six month seasons in Europe for Palazzo in Munich, Amsterdam, Vienna, Rotterdam and most recently Nurnberg.

“Her voice is incredibly powerful, often siren-like, extremely engaging and enormously expressive!” – Lynne De Menna, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“She has a voice that can handle a tender ballad like “Embraceable You” but also belt out a brassy ‘How Lucky Can You Get.’ I am writing about the best British import since Shirley Bassey, Melanie Stace.” – Ron Forman, Sweet Sounds Radio, WKRB 90.3 FM

“On the off chance that there was anyone in the room who didn’t appreciate what extraordinary chops Melanie Stace possesses, they only had to listen to her powerful rendition of “Birth of the Blues.” Returning to the bridge twice, she escalated the volume and intensity each time before subsiding into Cole Porter’s “Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye,” ending on a gentle note for an exceptional evening”.  – Jerry Osterberg, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“Take the opportunity to go see and hear this wonderful, entertaining, joy and love filled show!” Jim Lahti, Riveting Riffs Magazine