Alan Cumming and Liza Minnelli
Alan Cumming and Liza Minnelli
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Tony Award winners Alan Cumming and Liza Minnelli will bring their acclaimed concert act to Broadway's Marquis Theatre this December, Out.com reports. The show originated last summer on Fire Island and played The Town Hall earlier this year.

Billy Stritch and Lance Horne will serve as the duo's musical directors for the twelve-performance run, which will be produced by Daniel Nardicio, who presented the show on Fire Island. The concerts will feature the two stars sharing stories, performing songs from the Kander and Ebb musical Cabaret (for which Minnelli won the Oscar and Cumming won the Tony). Minnelli will also perform many of her signature tunes, while Cumming will sing his own music and pop favorites.

Minnelli won Tony Awards for Best Actress in a Musical for Flora the Red Menace and The Act. Her most recent Broadway show, Liza's at the Palace, won a 2009 Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event. Cumming recently appeared on Broadway in Macbeth, and has been seen on stage in Design for Living and The Threepenny Opera. He currently co-stars as Eli Gold on CBS' The Good Wife, for which he has received multiple Emmy Award nominations.

Official information about the concerts has not been announced.