|Sun, Feb 21||7pm||Doors 5:15pm||Tickets|
“The preternaturally witty Edward Hibbert, a theater vet and literary-agent lion best known to TV audiences as the withering restaurant critic from Frasier, reprises his charming collection of songs by the likes of Noël and Cole.” – Adam Feldman, Time Out New York
Edward Hibbert returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below after two years with his smart and sassy show, Can’t Something Be Done, following sold-out concerts! Following his starring role in It Shoulda Been You this past summer, Edward has returned to the Great White Way and is now starring in the smash hit Broadway musical Something Rotten.
Best known as Gil Chesterton the restaurant critic on TV’s Frasier, Broadway and Off-Broadway audiences have delighted in his varied performances in The Drowsy Chaperone, Curtains, Jeffrey and many more. In Can’t Something Be Done?, Edward presents an evening of irreverent stories and songs, from Cole Porter to contemporary songwriters of today. Enjoy stories of Edward’s travels from England to the Great White Way…and beyond. Featuring Musical Direction by Sam Davis and Direction by Mark Waldrop.