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– Two charcuterie boards per table
– Two bottles of wine per table
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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.
Jessica Vosk: Wild and Free
During Women’s history month we celebrate women who know who they are, what they want and go for it with gusto. Jessica Vosk left a high paying job on Wall Street to pursue her dream of being on Broadway. Flash forward—she has been covered in green after starring as Elphaba in Wicked. Jessica will guide us on a musical tour of her crazy career that started on Wall Street and ended up in Oz by way of The Bridges of Madison County, Finding Neverland, Fiddler on the Roof, the Grammy-nominated West Side Story, Merrily We Roll Along, and Company (with Neil Patrick Harris). Dubbed a “bodacious riff monster” by Jason Robert Brown, Jessica offers an eclectic evening of songs, hilarity, and a swear jar.VISIT JESSICA'S WEBSITE
Presented by David & Ellen Schwartz
Supported by The Lacy Foundation
All shows in the Glick Philanthropies Broadway at The Cabaret series are made possible in part by Glick Philanthropies.
See Jessica in action.
“This stunning concert is hands down one of the absolute BEST things I have ever seen done in Feinstein’s 54 Below!”
— DAVID CLARKE, BROADWAYWORLD