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54 SINGS HOW TO SUCCEED
JUNE 5  7pm $30-$40 Tickets

Have you always wanted to learn How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying? If so, come join us when Feinstein’s/54 Below brings one of Broadway’s funniest musicals to vivid life. A cast of Broadway’s greatest musical comedians will be on hand to sing such Frank Loesser hits as “I Believe in You”, “Coffee Break”, “Brotherhood of Man”, and many more in celebration of this hysterical, Pulitzer Prize winning musical comedy!
Produced and Directed by Robert W. Schneider

STARRING
Josh Grisetti (It Shoulda Been You)

Nick Wyman (Catch Me If You Can)
George Salazar (Be More Chill)

Eddie Korbich (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder)
Ginna Claire Mason (Wicked)
Luba Mason (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying)
Allison Guinn (On the Town)

Bryonha Marie Parham (After Midnight)

Timothy Jerome (Me and My Girl)

WITH
Allison Griffith
Kristen Kane
Cori Solbun
Deirdre Donohue
Erin Rice
Jennifer Reed
Jeremy Konokpa
Matthew McFarland
Michael Hajjar
Roger Dawley
Sean Switser 
Sean White
Featuring
The Voice of Robert Morse (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying)
HOST

Jo Sullivan Loesser (The Most Happy Fella)

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 Off-Broadway League's LUCILLE LORTEL NOMINATION
And the DRAMA DESK NOMINATION
OUTSTANDING FEATURED ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL 2015

Wednesday
May282014

May 20 2014 at 54 Below with Vivian Reed

From Fred Barton, on Facebook:
Vivian Reed, Luba Mason, Anastasia Barzee, and Bertilla Baker singing my arrangement of "Stormy Man" (i.e. "Stormy Weather" and "Man That Got Away" mixed, mashed, and counterpointed) in Vivian's show last night at 54 Below. I'm at the piano out of sight. This number is the Act Two highlight of Scott Thompson's and my Harold Arlen musical ONE FOR MY BABY, and we designed it to air Arlen's two most famous songs in a new way to avoid the ghosts of their respective original singers weighing on the action. Liza Minnelli was in the audience and gave me a big thumbs up afterwards – of course her mother introduced "Man That Got Away," but also had a smash with "Stormy Weather" at Carnegie Hall in 1961. Vivian also sang my arrangement of "Blues In The Night," her closing number from ONE FOR MY BABY – and Judy Garland had been there the night Arlen and Mercer first played their new 1941 creation, hot off the press.

And from Vivian Reed:
I had such a wonderful time in my show last night and enjoyed all of my special guests and singers. You have been a blessing to me on this musical journey. Bravo to you all....Thank you Epatha for coming to see me last night....I so enjoyed spending time with you after the show and I meant every word I said about you during the show. You are a gifted actress and a pleasure to watch. — with Bertilla BakerAnastasia BarzeeLuba Mason and S Epatha Merkerson.

Thursday
Apr242014

Playbill April 2014: Their Favorite Things

THEIR FAVORITE THINGS: Nicholas Nickleby, A New Musical Star Luba Mason Shares Her Theatregoing Experiences

Playbill.com's feature series Their Favorite Things asks members of the theatre community to share the Broadway performances that most affected them as part of the audience.

This week we spotlight the choices of Broadway singing actress Luba Mason, who can currently be seen in Theater for the New City's Nicholas Nickleby, A New Musical through May 5 at the Joyce and Seward Johnson Theater.

Thursday
Jan232014

New year, new appearances in 2014

 

APRIL 17 - May 4  NICOLAS NICKLEBY 
Robert Sickinger's musical adaptation
of Charles Dicken's novel
Theater For the New City 155 First Avenue, NYC

Wednesday - Sunday, April 17 - May 4

 

Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 3pm

No performance Sunday, April 20

All Seats $18  

Children under 12 $12

Tickets

I have been invited to play the cameo role of Mrs. Squeers and told I have a deliciously, wicked song to accompany her evil character.

 

"Ms. Mason had a great time with the full-bodied nastiness." - theaterpizzazz.com 

More reviews:

mystagehost.com 

Theater Is Easy 

 

 

 

 


MARCH  31 at 54 BELOW
AN EVENING WITH VIVIAN REED, with special guests

March 31st  7PM
254 W. 54th St.
New York, NY
Tickets & info 646-476-3551
Vivian has invited me to be a guest artist that evening in her vibrant, powerful solo show.

FEBRUARY:
CHICK FLICK, THE MUSICAL
Up next for me..a new musical with book, music, lyrics by Suzy Conn. Produced by Your Theatrics International,"Hopes, dreams and disappointments are revealed when 4 women get together for their monthly Friday night Chick Flick Fest." Performances are:

FEB. 13th @ 8PM
FEB. 14th @ 2 & 8PM
FEB. 15th @ 8PM
LOFT 227
227 W. 29th ST.

 Jenna Leigh Green, Luba Mason & More to Lead CHICK FLICK THE MUSICAL Showcase at Loft 227, 2/13-15

BroadwayWorld.com
  


 

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