54 Below Podcast

On and off the stage at Broadway's Nightclub

Ep.15 Tonya Pinkins

Pinkins talks about landing her first role in Sondheim’s “Merrily We Roll Along”, an unexpected encounter with Michelle Obama, and her show based on the life and music of Ethel Waters, for one night only, on August 27th.

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August 27, 2012 · Leave a comment

Ep.14 Tituss Burgess

A conversation with Broadway and T.V. star Tituss Burgess, best known for his recurring role on “30 Rock” on NBC. Tonight he talks with 54Below’s program director, Phil Geoffrey Bond, about how he fell into theater, his upcoming show for one night only at 54Below, and his new album coming out in October.

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August 24, 2012 · Leave a comment

Ep.13 Faith Prince & Jason Graae

Before Broadway, Jason Graae was a singing telegram, and Tony award-winning Faith Prince was a waitress (and a terrible one at that). Hear a behind the scenes conversation with the hilarious duo that is the “Prince and the Show boy” at 54Below through August 25th.

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August 24, 2012 · Leave a comment

Ep. 12 Sing Harlem Sing

Tonight Vy Higginsen, creator of “Sing, Harlem, Sing” talks with Richard Frankel about creating “Sing, Harlem, Sing!” a celebration of African-American music, urban radio, and the energy of one of the world’s most legendary neighborhoods. The show, following the roots of Gospel music and its evolution through Rock and Roll, will kick off a series of Saturday Gospel brunches on August 25th.

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August 22, 2012 · Leave a comment

Ep.11 Victor Garber

Hear why this accomplished star, with six Emmy and four Tony nominations, finds the cabaret stage terrifying. And get an insight into James Cameron’s legendary “Titanic”…behind the scenes, Garber’s turn as a rock star in a 60’s Toronto-based band called The Sugar Shoppe. Plus, an exclusive preview from the first Sold Out show.

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August 22, 2012 · 1 Comment

Ep.10 Hilary Kole

Hilary Kole is the first jazz singer to play 54Below. But she wasn’t always destined for jazz singing. Hear how Ms. Kole went from dreams of becoming the next John Williams to being the youngest singer to ever perform at the Rainbow Room.

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August 10, 2012 · Leave a comment

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