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The Lady With The Torch

April 2-14

Cover: $95 – $105
Premiums: $150 – $155

Cover charge at the door will be an additional $5

Minimum: $30
“Rivetingly charismatic with an eruptive volatility that is just below the surface.”


Thu, Apr 2 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets
Fri, Apr 3 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/155 Tickets
Sat, Apr 4 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/155 Tickets
Mon, Apr 6 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets
Tue, Apr 7 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets
Wed, Apr 8 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets
Thu, Apr 9 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets
Fri, Apr 10 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/155 Tickets
Sat, Apr 11 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/155 Tickets
Sat, Apr 11 9:30pm Doors 8:45pm $95/100/105/155 Tickets
Mon, Apr 13 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets
Tue, Apr 14 7:00pm Doors 5:15pm $95/100/105/150 Tickets


“FOUR STARS. Patti LuPone has a miracle of a voice. It can be as big and bold as a brass band or as plaintive as a solitary woodwind. Here it is, in all its glory, in a collection of torch songs.”
– People Magazine

Patti LuPone’s appearances at 54 Below have already achieved the status of legend. Experiencing the great diva in the intimate atmosphere of 54 Below is not only a never-to-be-forgotten experience but is one you will want to repeat again and again. This April, the two-time Tony Award winner returns to 54 Below with her critically-acclaimed show The Lady with A Torch. LuPone performs an eclectic collection of torch songs by such composers and lyricists as Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz, Jule Styne,Sammy Cahn, Billy Barnes, Harold Arlen, George and Ira Gershwin, and Cole Porter. Enjoy what Don Heckman of The Los Angeles Times described as “a beautifully paced, marvelously delivered torch-song exploration of the pleasures and pains of love; LuPone’s remarkable, larger-than-life qualities and stunning musicality are distilled into the pure essence of her art.”

Conceived and Directed by Scott Wittman
Musical Direction by Joseph Thalken
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Dialogue by Jeffrey Richman