And So It Goes...Life & Love, Lost & Found
September 24 - 25, 2021
If you are finding it a little challenging navigating the current waters of life in our beloved USA….well…so am I. To encourage myself, I put together And So It Goes…Life & Love, Lost & Found. A night of soulful and encouraging music that will keep your heart resilient, buoyed and on course; Songs from Broadway and the American Songbook, both Classic & Contemporary…Billy Joel, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Yip Harburg & Burton Lane, John Lennon, Cahn & Van Heusen, Leonard’s Bernstein & Cohen & more.
(And should you need to be reminded how well you will be entertained….)
Christine Andreas’ shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Love Is Good, be-Mused, Cafe Society, and most recently PIAF – No Regrets, received unanimous raves, leaving The New York Times “thunderstruck” and audiences “electrified!” Ms. Andreas is a multiple award-winning singer, actress, two-time Tony Award® nominee and recipient of the Mabel Mercer, Bistro & Donald F. Smith Lifetime Achievement Awards. She won theatre-goers’ hearts on Broadway as Eliza in the 20th anniversary production of My Fair Lady (Theatre World Award), Oklahoma! (Tony Award® Nomination) and On Your Toes (Tony Award® Nomination). She created the role of Marguerite St. Just in The Scarlet Pimpernel and starred as Jacqueline in La Cage aux Folles with Kelsey Grammer. Concerts in NY’s finest cabaret rooms to The White House to Carnegie Hall were the basis for her award-winning CDs: Love is Good, Here’s to the Ladies, The Carlyle Set, and PIAF – No Regrets. Intrigued…..? Visit christineandreas.com
Christine will be joined by a special guest, direct from Naples, Italy to Feinstein’s/54 Below. Marco Romano is a full-bodied tenor who knocked your socks off once and will do it again! Learn more at marcoromanoshow.com.
Photo credit: Cliff Lipson
Please note that all artists and acts are subject to change at any time.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter the club.
Her engagement with lyrics is so intense….you feel you are HER, living the song she is performing
Stephen Holden, The New York Times