On November 24, a host of Broadway performers previewed their upcoming concerts for the press at 54 Below. On hand were Laura Osnes (Cinderella), James Snyder (If/Then), Liz Callaway (Baby), composer Frank Wildhorn, Adrienne Warren (Bring It On), Amy Spanger (Chicago), and Charles Busch (The Tale of the Allergists's Wife).


Laura Osnes brings her latest concert to the venue December 9-15.
Laura Osnes sings "Green Finch and Linnet Bird" from Sweeney Todd, part of her new show, The Paths Not Taken.
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Laura Osnes plays 54 Below December 9-15.


James Snyder performs his new show on December 1.
James Snyder (If/Then) sings "Please Come Home For Christmas" from his concert A First New York Holiday Road With Friends.
(© David Gordon)

If/Then star James Snyder plays 54 Below December 1.


Liz Callaway performs "Grown-Up Christmas List" from her concert, Celebrate.
Liz Callaway performs "Grown-Up Christmas List" from her concert Celebrate.
(© David Gordon)

Liz Callaway plays 54 Below December 22-27.


Amy Spanger performs her own solo show January 6 and 17, as well as in A Very Broadway Holiday on December 30.
Amy Spanger performs her solo show January 6 and 17, as well as in A Very Broadway Holiday on December 30.
(© David Gordon)

Click here for more information on Amy Spanger at 54 Below.


Frank Wildhorn introduces 54 Below Celebrates Frank Wildhorn, December 2-6.
Composer Frank Wildhorn introduces a series of concerts titled 54 Below Celebrates Frank Wildhorn.
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Bring It On star Adrienne Warren is one of the many performers who will take part in 54 Below Celebrates Frank Wildhorn.
Bring It On star Adrienne Warren is one of the many performers who will take part in 54 Below Celebrates Frank Wildhorn.
(© David Gordon)

54 Below Celebrates Frank Wildhorn takes place December 2-6.


Playwright/performer Charles Busch brings his act to 54 Below on New Year's Eve.
Playwright/performer Charles Busch brings his act to 54 Below on New Year's Eve.
(© David Gordon)

Click here for more information on Charles Busch's December 31 concert.