Where to See Your Favorite Broadway Stars Around the Country This February

Playbill Universe   Where to See Your Favorite Broadway Stars Around the Country This February
 
Tony winners Lillias White and Kristin Chenoweth, Tony nominees Carmen Cusack and Judy Kuhn, the ubiquitous Michael Feinstein, and more present solo shows and Valentine’s Day concerts.
Lillias White and Michael Feinstein
Lillias White and Michael Feinstein

Hey, Look Me Over!
February 7–11 at City Center, NYC
Presented as part of the Encores! series of concert revivals, the event will showcase Broadway stars performing a collection of songs from shows that have not yet been produced at Encores!, including All American, George M!, Greenwillow, Jamaica, Mack & Mabel, Milk and Honey, Sail Away, and Wildcat. Featuring a wide array of stars, including Judy Kuhn, Bebe Neuwirth, and Carolee Carmello.

Carmen Cusack
February 8–10 at Feinstein’s/54 Below, NYC
The Tony-nominated leading lady of Bright Star, plus the West End production of Les Misérables and touring productions of Wicked and South Pacific, will reprise “the stories and songs which brought her to Broadway.”

Will Roland — Loser Songs
February 11 at Bay Area Cabaret, San Francisco
Roland, who plays Jared in Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen, tells the stories of “nerds, mad scientists, awkward friends, robots, dorks, and second bananas through the geek anthems of theatre, folk, and rock.”

Read More: WATCH DEAR EVAN HANSEN’S WILL ROLAND SING FROM THE MONSTERSONGS CONCERT

Andrea Bocelli and Kristin Chenoweth
February 11 at American Airlines Arena, Miami
The platinum-selling classical tenor who successfully crossed over into the pop world teams up with the Tony-winning Broadway star for a special Valentine’s Day–themed concert.

Heart to Heart
John Lloyd Young
February 13–24 at Café Carlyle, NYC
Young, who took home a Tony Award for originating the role of Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys, makes his fifth return to this night-spot with a new show featuring songs and stories from throughout his performing life.

Lillias WhiteBaby-Makin’ Music
February 14, The Green Room 42, NYC
The Tony Award–winning star of The Life sings a Valentine’s Day concert of songs to get listeners in the mood for romance.

Michael FeinsteinThat’s Entertainment: The MGM Years
February 14 at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC
As part of his Standard Time concert series, Feinstein will explore the American Song-book classics that were first heard in some of the great Hollywood films of the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s.

Read More: MICHAEL FEINSTEIN IS STILL WOWING AUDIENCES AROUND THE WORLD

NSO Pops — West Side Story in Concert
February 14–17 at the Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.
Corey Cott, Solea Pfeiffer, Krysta Rodriguez, and Joel Perez will sing the roles of Tony, Maria, Anita, and Bernardo, respectively, in the National Symphony Orchestra’s concert version of the Leonard Bernstein–Stephen Sondheim score, timed to celebrate the centenary of Bernstein’s birth.

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