Tickets Prices by section: $105 – Premium 2-Top $100 –
Located in the Main Floor & High Cocktail sections only
Limited number available per show
Student ID must be shown at door when checking in
SophistiTIX (Young Professionals Group)
Members enjoy 25% off per ticket on up to two (2) tickets per show.
Membership is free – click here to join!
For ages 35 and under only
Groups of 12+ can enjoy:
– Two 6-top tables, side-by-side
– Two charcuterie boards per table
– Two bottles of wine per table
– 10% off per ticket
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Food & Drinks
If you plan on dining with us, we recommend arriving at least one hour prior to showtime.
Our menu, created by our friends at the Jazz Kitchen, was designed to suit the refined tastes of our patrons and features everything from small plates to full entrees and desserts. Our facility also features a full-service bar with craft cocktails, curated wine lists, and more.
About the show.
Beth Leavel: Thirteen Shows and Counting
Catch this diva before she stars as Miranda Priestly in Elton John’s upcoming Broadway musical adaptation of The Devil Wears Prada! One of Broadway’s biggest and beltiest divas shares an evening of songs and stories from her thirteen-show showbiz journey. From her Tony-nominated star turn in The Prom, to her Tony-winning, scene-stealing performance as the title character in The Drowsy Chaperone, to her spandex and spangles clad lead in Mamma Mia! Beth has also starred on Broadway in Baby It’s You, Elf, Young Frankenstein, The Civil War, Show Boat, 42nd Street, and more. Don’t miss this Broadway powerhouse in an evening of her favorite roles, the ones that got away, and the ones she’s still chasing after.
Ms. Leavel was nominated for a 2019 Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League and Outer Critic’s Circle award for her performance in the critically-acclaimed Broadway show The Prom. She has also received Tony nominations for The Drowsy Chaperone and Baby, It’s You, winning the Tony Award for The Drowsy Chaperone.
Supported by Sherman & Phyllis Winski
All shows in the Glick Philanthropies Broadway at The Cabaret series are made possible in part by Glick Philanthropies.