The year will begin with Lucie Arnaz in Latin Roots (January 5-8), followed by an original cast reunion of Our Sinatra: A Musical Celebration starring Eric Comstock, Christopher Gines, and Hilary Kole (January 17-21).
Additional artists featured in 2012 will include Petula Clark (January 24-February 4), Ruben Studdard (February 7-11), Little Anthony & The Imperials (February 14-18), Eric Michael Gillette and La Tanya Hall (February 21-25), Gloria Reuben (February 28-March 3), Linda Eder (March 13-17), Barbara Cook (March 20-31), Marilyn Maye (April 24-May 5), Marni Nixon (Sundays in April), and Sheera Ben-David (May 15-19).
Special concerts or events will also feature Kim Garfunkel (January 4), Jenna Esposito (January 11), Jake LaMotta and Denise Baker (January 12), Anna Bergman (January 13 & 14), Tamela D'Amico (January 15), Caroline Jones (January 22), Brendan James (January 23), Mark Ballas (January 29), and Bette Sussman and Elaine Caswell (January 30).
In addition, Arbors Records will present Harry Allen's Monday Night Jazz on Mondays, January 2, February 7, March 5, and April 2 . Magical Nights at Feinstein's will feature New York's Top Magicians come to Feinstein's every Sunday night.
Finally, as previously reported, TheaterMania contributor Scott Siegel will produce and host The Broadway Hootenanny on Thursday nights.
The venue is currently presenting Michael Feinstein & Barbara Cook in concert through December 30, although as previously announced, Tony Danza will join Feinstein on December 1 and 2, while Cook heads to Washington, D.C., where she will receive a Kennedy Center Honor. Feinstein will now solo for the two shows on December 3. Also as previously reported, Feinstein will be joined by Kelli O'Hara for two shows on New Year's Eve.
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