Looking to take in a show but overwhelmed by the amount of choices? Look no further. "On Stage" host Frank DiLella will be curating a list of “must-see” shows every week, directing you to the best of Broadway, off-Broadway and beyond. Here's his picks for this week.
Multi Grammy, Emmy and Oscar winner Common makes his Broadway debut in The Pulitzer-winning play, "Between Riverside and Crazy". It's a dark comedy that looks into the life of an ex-cop living in a rent-controlled apartment in New York City. "Between Riverside and Crazy" is playing at The Hayes Theater through February 12.
The limited engagement of the 2022 Tony-winning revival of Richard Greenberg's "Take Me Out" continues its run at the Schoenfeld Theatre. Don't miss Tony Winner Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tony nominee Jesse Williams. "Take Me Out" will shutter on February 5.
"Songs From the Holocaust" at Carnegie Hall
At Carnegie Hall, "We Are Here - Songs From the Holocaust". The show will take place on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on February 26 at 7:30PM, and stars Broadway favorites, Joel Grey, Harvey Fierstein, Chita Rivera and Shoshana Bean. The concert will feature songs written in the ghettos and camps of Nazi-occupied Europe.
Performer Luke Hawkins brings an evening of singing and dancing to the Birdland Theater stage on Monday, January 23 at 7pm. Luke's show will pay tribute to the tap dance greats and then some.
Two-time Tony Award nominee, Jennifer Simard is in the spotlight at 54 Below with her show "Can I Get Your Number?". Simard will be performing some of her favorite Broadway showtunes.
Samantha Pauly at Chelsea Table + Stage
And on the heels of her royal run as Katherine Howard, the original fifth queen in the Broadway hit “SIX: The Musical”, Samantha Pauly, will be performing at Chelsea Table and Stage on Monday, January 23rd at 6pm. She’ll be singing everything from Broadway to pop.
John Cameron Mitchell at Joe's Pub
Playing downtown at Joe's Pub, "Hedwig" creator and star Tony Award winner John Cameron Mitchell joins forces with international cabaret performer Amber Martin for a world premiere evening of songs, stories and characters.