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Feinstein's at the Nikko welcomes Adam & Anthony Live, starring Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp, original stars of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning rock musical, RENT which is celebrating its 20th Anniversary. For this special intimate club engagement, original RENT stars Adam & Anthony come together in a pop/rock evening celebrating their individual musical careers as well as the Broadway cultural hit, RENT. Both stars come to Feinstein's at The Nikko direct from current Broadway star-turns: Anthony Rapp in Broadway's If/Then (currently on a National tour) and Adam currently starring in the hit musical Disaster. These two friends will share stories about the hit show that brought them together 20 years ago and perform songs from the Pulitzer Prize-winning show, as well as their individual material.
Jim and Pierce became friends when they were cast as the celebrity singing duo "Wallace and Davis" in the hit stage version of the classic film White Christmas made famous by Danny Kaye and Bing Crosby. Receiving rave reviews from audiences and critics, Ambler and Brandt's chemistry onstage was apparent enough that they knew they had to continue collaborating. Now having joined forces with musical director Eryn Allen, Ambler and Brandt are ready to return to Feinstein's at the Nikko with "Not All Who Wander Are Lost" after their triumphant debut in September 2015.
Barrett Foa has a problem. After seven seasons of spouting intricate technical geekery on the CBS hit television show NCIS: Los Angeles, Barrett misses the immediate gratification that only a live audience can provide. Your hearty laughter and thunderous applause can help feed this needy performer's soul and set him on a path towards artistic balance. Please won't you purchase your ticket today?
Feinstein's at the Nikko presents Tony and Drama Desk Award winner Ben Vereen in his critically acclaimed one man show Steppin' Out featuring stories and songs from his immense repertoire that include "Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries," "Mr. Bojangles," "Defying Gravity" "Stand By Me" and "My Way."
In this classic American musical comedy, follow three wartime soldiers on 24-hour shore leave around the Big Apple, with music by Leonard Bernstein, and book and lyrics by the famous Betty Comden and Adolph Green. A talented musical theater cast will join the Symphony for this semi-staged event, with unforgettable show tunes like "New York, New York (it's a helluva town!)."
Feinstein's at the Nikko is transformed into Harmonia Gardens as we proudly present Hello Dolly in Concert. Directed by F Allen Sawyer with Musical Direction by Joe Wicht, these gifted theatre artists will lead an incredible local cast starring Wesla Whitfield as Dolly Levi, Mike Greensill as Horace Vandergelder, Alex Rodriquez as Cornelius Hackl, Nick Quintell as Barnaby Tucker, Heather Orth as Irene Malloy and Katrina McGraw as Minnie Fay. Audiences will delight in the familiar story of the meddling widow who just wants to bring romance to everyone around her as well as the beloved score of favorites including "It Takes a Woman," "Put on Your Sunday Clothes," "Ribbons Down My Back" "Before the Parade Passes By," "So Long Dearie," and, of course, "Hello Dolly."
Holly Penfield, a luminary on the London jazz cabaret scene for over fifteen years, is a native of San Francisco. She returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with her all new show, the Rhythm of Life following a sold-out debut last fall.
Penfield lived in Los Angeles and studied with the legendary vocal teacher Judy Davis who coached Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr before being lured away by the mystique and adventure of London. She appeared at Cafe de Paris, Beach Blanket Babylon, Pizza Express, China Jazz, and Scott's on Mount Street - where she was, (like Sally Bowles) the toast of Mayfair!
Acclaimed jazz vocalist James Tormé – the son of The Velvet Fog, Mel Tormé – will bring his incomparable vocal gifts and showmanship to Feinstein's at the Nikko with his show, James Tormé Celebrates the Greats. Infusing jazz and pop classics with current influences, Tormé celebrates music's greatest legends in an unforgettable evening with salutes to Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles, Peggy Lee, Nat "King" Cole," Miles Davis, Frank Sinatra and, of course, his own father, three-time Grammy Award winner Mel Tormé. Take a musical journey through stage and screen as James reveals layer after layer of Hollywood luminaries. It is an exciting evening of great memories…a celebration not to be missed!
Four time Tony Award Nominee, Judy Kuhn's new show celebrates a century of American Song from one remarkable family: Richard Rodgers, his daughter Mary Rodgers and her son Adam Guettel. When the show premiered to a sold out crowd at Lincoln Center's American Songbook, the New York Times called Kuhn a "top of the line singer [who] portrayed the lineage of the composer Richard Rodgers as more than bloodline, [but] a proudly romantic musical tradition." Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel features music direction and arrangements by Todd Almond.
San Francisco's favorite Russian redhead, Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with her newest show, Katya…Live from the Continental Baths! Join the countess on an operatic Disco cabaret voyage, as she recreates her infamous final performance at the famed "Continental Baths" forty years later. The year was 1976, and Eastern Europe's most famous Mezzo Soprano understudy played the Tuesday matinees at New York City's most decadent gay bath house. With songs ranging from Jule Styne to Donna Summers, this cabaret has something for everyone, and a disco beat that will take you back to a time when the boys were beautiful, the drinks flowed with reckless abandon, and love was free. Joined by her band the "Spectacle Players" – and under the musical direction of Tom Shaw – this all new show is not to be missed.
The sumptuously talented Leanne Borghesi returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko in her new comedic show, BDSM (Beautiful Dirty Sexy Me). Borghesi returns with a twist, whipping her strengths, truths, fears and desires into shape with a daring new solo show! Under the direction of- Nicolas Minas (NYC), this powerhouse femme leads the audience through songs from prim and proper to sexy from the 20's- 40's, Broadway, Jazz & Pop, with significant focus on the original Red Hot Mama- Sophie Tucker. Accomplished Musical Director, Michael Ferreri (NYC) joins the evening to lead a swingin' trio featuring SF's finest- Roberta Drake on drums. A one of a kind comedic musical evening not to miss
Legendary Broadway star, Lee Roy Reams, will make his Feinstein's at the Nikko debut with his one-man show, Song and Dance Man. Hailed as "Broadway's song and dance man nonpareil" by The New York Times, Reams will celebrate his expansive Broadway career with songs and stories from his ten Broadway shows, including 42nd Street, The Producers, Hello, Dolly!, Applause, La Cage aux Folles, and Sweet Charity, while sharing intimate reminisces of Lauren Bacall, Carol Channing, Juliet Prowse, Gwen Verdon and more!
Feinstein's at the Nikko is pleased to present the acclaimed Los Angeles musical theatre series A Little New Music. This fast paced presentation of the best new or unheard musical theatre songs is performed by a talented cast of West Coast performers and is guaranteed to not only entertain but to keep your finger on the pulse of the future of the artform.
Since 2013, A Little New Music has introduced an impressive array of over 150 songs by established and emerging composers alike, presented by stars of stage and screen including Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan (The Secret Garden); Tony Award Winning Writer Jeff Marx (Avenue Q); Tony, Drama Desk and Emmy nominee John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, Shrek the Musical); Tony Award Nominee Kevin Chamberlin (Seussical the Musical, Disaster The Musical) Shoshana Bean (Wicked); Eric Peterson (Shrek the Musical); Barrett Foa (25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; NCIS: Los Angeles) Nicole Parker (Wicked, MADtv) and Michael Sheppard (Little Shop of Horrors).
Feinstein's at the Nikko continues the celebration of Composer and Lyricist Jerry Herman with a concert production of Mame on the 50th Anniversary of this beloved musical which won three Tony Awards including nod for Best Performances by a Leading and Featured Actress for Angela Lansbury and Bea Arthur.
Based on the book "Auntie Mame" Mame is set in new York during the Great Depression and tells the story of Mame Dennis, an eccentric bohemian whose life is interrupted when she becomes the guardian for her nephew Patrick.
Meg Mackay, Jesse Cortez and Sharon McNight lead our cast that also features Darlene Popovic, Laura Arthur, Branden Noel Thomas and Teresa Attridge.
The Montclair Women's Big Band is a Bay Area treasure. Founded in 1997 by veteran trumpeter Ellen Seeling and saxophonist Jean Fineberg, the group is an alliance of some of the region's most formidable jazz women. Forging a singular blues-drenched sound with a deep Latin pocket and captivating original material, audiences are electrified by the band's powerhouse ensemble, addictive grooves and inspired solos. This extraordinary swing machine will blow you away!
Feinstein's at The Nikko is proud to welcome Broadway's Nick Adams to their stage to celebrate his 30"ish" Birthday…. for the first time, sharing stories from his life on Broadway and on the road. It's a gamut of Broadway, pop and songs that have inspired this actor, dancer and concert performer.
Nick Adams most recently starred as Fiyero in the First National touring production of the Broadway hit Wicked. Most notably, he originated and starred as Adam/Felicia in the Tony Award-winning, Bette Midler-produced Broadway musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert for which he was honored with a fellowship by the American Theater Hall of Fame for his "Breakthrough Performance," received a nomination for the 2011 Astaire Award for Best Dancer on Broadway and won two Broadway Audience Choice Awards.
Paradox Vocal Band, having just celebrated their two year anniversary, is a professional San Francisco a cappella group, singing original arrangements and mash-ups of the current hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
Ro Sham Bo is a dynamic sextet singing original arrangements of jazz, latin, and funk tunes, all a cappella. This award-winning group has been entertaining the Bay Area for two decades. In 2013, Ro Sham Bo took home the 1st place championship at the SF Bay Area Regional Harmony Sweepstakes.
Ro Sham Bo has performed to sold-out audiences at Anna's Jazz Island and the historic La Pena Cultural Center. You can also find them serenading listeners at the eclectic and personality filled Omega Salvage, the quirky Van Kleef bar in Uptown Oakland and at the family friendly Montclair Farmers Market.
Rumer Willis makes her Feinstein's at the Nikko debut direct from Manhattan's Cafe Carlyle where she received a rave review from the New York Times. Music Critic Stephen Holden called Willis "a natural" and praised her strong voice and emotional connection to the diverse set list ranging from Fiona Apple to Billie Holiday to Amy Winehouse.
Willis began her acting career as a child appearing in films with her parents Demi Moore and Bruce Willis. Recently she won Season 20 of Dancing With the Stars on ABC and appeared on Broadway as Roxie Hart in Chicago. She is presently recording her debut album under the guidance of legendary music icon Linda Perry.
Seth Sikes, one of New York's most-talked-about performers, will make his Feinstein's at the Nikko debut in celebration of the life and career of Liza Minnelli, singing many of the show-stopping standards for which she's known along with some lesser known gems. Sikes, whose previous was a tribute to the music of Judy Garland which garnered him a Broadway World award, has sold out each time he performed and won raves along the way.
Sono Musette recaptures the moody, melancholic sound and spirit of mid twentieth-century Paris. French chanteuse, musette accordion, gypsy-jazz guitar, upright bass, and drum kit combine to revive the enchanting songs of that era. This music has retained its power to charm and transport listeners, and SonoMusette taps that nostalgia with artistry in both vocals and instrumentation. Inspired by the great performers of that era, such as Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, and Django Reinhardt, along with contemporary artists such as Zaz, SonoMusette brings bal-musette to the "moderne" era.
Pop, jazz and blues Phenom Suede has been described like "Adele meets Diana krall meets Bette Midler-sassy, smooth and intoxicating." No pressure, right? Please. she was Joan Rivers' opening act, people. She's up to it. Expect to be swooned. Expect to be moved to tears. Expect to laugh. Expect the unexpected in her show Anything could Happen.
Suede plays piano, guitar and trumpet but voice is her first instrument and entertaining is clearly her first love. She is a consummate performer and song stylist celebrating her 25th year as an independent artist on her own label, Easily Suede Music.
Join Musical Director Joe Wicht and the fabulous Katya Smirnoff Skyy as Feinstein's at the Nikko celebrates Broadway's biggest night. The fun starts at 7 PM with pre show games like Name that Showtune, an abbreviated version of Broadway Bingo and trivia from the 2015-2016 season. Study your history because we think we will be talking about Hamilton a lot!