Two-time Tony winner Katie Finneran will make her nightclub debut at 54 Below with five performances from May 28-31. The show, titled It Might Be You — A Funny Lady's Search for Home, offers a peek into the Broadway and television actress' life as a performer juggling career and family.
Finneran will share backstage stories while singing tunes ranging from Stephen Sondheim to Ingrid Michaelson, with homages to Betty Hutton and Julie Andrews thrown into the mix. Broadway actress and Finneran's longtime friend Andréa Burns will direct, with musical direction by Steve Marzullo.
Katie Finneran recently starred on NBC's The Michael J. Fox Show and last appeared on Broadway as Miss Hannigan in the 2012-13 revival of Annie. She earned Tonys for her performances in the 2010 production of Promises, Promises and the 2002 production of Noises Off. Her other Broadway credits include Mauritius, Cabaret, The Iceman Cometh, Proposals, The Heiress, In the Summerhouse, My Favorite Year, Two Shakespearean Actors, and On Borrowed Time.