Shows & Events Theater, Cabaret & Film
Explore the jazz folklore, mythologies and backstage stories of the 40’s and 50’s at a gathering to commemorate the passing of jazz legend Charlie Parker. A place where music and mythology mingle in one unforgettable evening.
Fresh from directing the critically-acclaimed production of Sondheim’s Follies on Broadway, Eric Schaeffer brings a new production of the musical comedy Company to Signature–produced here for the first time in 20 years.
Director, Bruce Kimmel
Songstress Sandy Bainum returns to the New York cabaret stage to debut her newest show entitled Sandy Bainum: Something to Sing About. The performance is a celebration of positivity, featuring songs that are engaging, entertaining, and ultimately uplifting. The eclectic musical collection brilliantly weaves together the melodies of several decades and musical genres and features tunes by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Dorothy Fields, Stephen Sondheim, Irving Berlin, David Friedman, Randy Newman and John Sebastian.
An entertaining evening of cabaret featuring once familiar classics, fabulous and forgotten pop hits and obscure songs by legendary composers. Great Songs is a celebration of an exceptional, though rarely performed, group of tunes by legendary composers.
Sandy celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Roger L. Stevens—founding Chairman of both the Kennedy Center and the NEA—with a program featuring songs from musicals he produced. Her accompanist is Lanny Meyers. Watch the video here.
“The show that brings Sandy Bainum’s CD, of the same name, to life. Covering an impressive gamut of musical styles and genres, Believe is a tribute to the power of belief in one’s self, one’s family and one’s dreams.”
An evening featuring the incomparable melodies of Irving Berlin, accompanied by the tunes of several other legendary composers, is filled with jazz standards, romantic ballads and memorable theater classics. You’ll even hear some “unsung” Berlin gems that have been re-discovered after years in hiding.