|Wed, May 20||9:30pm||Doors 8:45pm||Tickets|
STARDUST: A NIGHT IN THE COSMOS
“If the quirky world of New York cabaret were a high school class, Jennifer Sheehan would qualify for valedictorian, prom queen and the person most likely to succeed. Her new show, “Stardust: A Night in the Cosmos,” which she performed at 54 Below on Saturday, is a leap forward.” –The New York Times
Multiple award-winning performer Jennifer Sheehan and her stellar quartet celebrate the beauty, wonder and romance of the night sky in a song-studded 54 Below evening featuring songs as dazzling and diverse as the stars above — including music from Pink Martini, Duke Ellington, Sergio Mendes, Melody Gardot, David Bowie, Joni Mitchell and Kurt Weill, just to name a few!
It’s a celebration of the many ways we come to love the night sky — as wide-eyed children who look up in wonderment, as young lovers who fall under its enchantment, and as star-gazers of all ages who contemplate love and life on this small blue dot in the universe. And, of course, the stars spark our imagination about what lies beyond… so the show also features some fascinating stories about new discoveries about our star-studded cosmos!
One might say it’s a show that goes where no show has gone before!
Jennifer Sheehan, a critically acclaimed, multi-award winning vocalist, starred in the premiere episode of the new WNET/WLIW (PBS) TV series, “66th and Broadway,” which aired throughout February 2015. It is now available for online streaming!
Jennifer Sheehan | 66th and Broadway | Watch | THIRTEEN – New York Public Media
Sheehan has performed at Carnegie Hall, as the guest of Michael Feinstein, and at Jazz at Lincoln Center, 54 Below and Town Hall in New York, among other renowned venues. Her solo shows have entertained audiences at Café Carlyle, Feinstein’s, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, the Savannah Music Festival, Ely Cathedral (U.K.), the Historic Asolo Theatre in Sarasota, The Royal Room in Palm Beach, the Juilliard in Aiken Festival, The Gardenia in L.A., The Metropolitan Room, The Laurie Beechman Theatre, the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis and many other concert and cabaret venues around the country.
The winner of the first Noël Coward Competition Award and the first-ever recipient of the Margaret Whiting Award, Sheehan also is the recipient of the Dorothy Loudon Award, the Julie Wilson Award and the Donald F. Smith Award for outstanding interpretation of the Great American Songbook.
Sheehan also performs in concerts and in the theater, most recently in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular as one of six vocalists, and regionally, starring as Betty Haynes in White Christmas. She has performed in shows at the 92nd Street Y, Guild Hall in East Hampton, the York Theater in New York, the Bard Summerscape Festival, Boston Musical Theater, and on national tours.
A Cabaret Scenes review of her debut album, You Made Me Love You, proclaims, “It is rare that one singer has as much going for her as Jennifer displays on this disc.”