On and off the stage at Broadway's Nightclub
54 Below Podcast | August, 10 2012 | More at 54Below.com
Victor Garber is one of the most respected and talented actors of his generation, with six Emmy and four Tony nominations for memorable roles on the Broadway stage and big and small screen in shows like “Noises Off” the original “Sweeney Todd”, on T.V. in “Alias” and “Eli Stone,” and famous movies including “Milk” and “Titanic”. But his show at 54 Below, his debut cabaret performance, is the first time audiences can see Victor Garber playing only himself.
Tonight, in his conversation with Richard Frankel, hear why this accomplished star finds the cabaret stage so 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, and how Sondheim inspired him early in his career.
Plus, an exclusive preview from the first Sold Out show at the club on August 13th.
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