Faulkenberry To Appear At Broadway Nightclub

April 27, 2013

faulkenberryBermuda actress/singer Rebecca Faulkenberry — currently co-starring in “Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark” – will be appearing with Tony, Oscar, Grammy and Emmy Award-winning orchestrator Jonathan Tunick ["A Chorus Line", "Follies", "A Little Night Music", "Blazing Saddles", "Sweeney Todd"] at an upcoming engagement at New York’s prestigious 54 Below club.

Known as “Broadway’s living room” and “Broadway’s nightclub”, 54 Below combines performances by Broadway’s best with world class dining in an elegant and intimate setting.

Ms Faulkenberry will be teaming with Mr. Tunick’s Broadway Moonlighters band and special guest Doc Severinsen — former musical director of “The Tonight Show” — for a series of 10 shows between May 28 and June 1.

“Join us for an evening of tunes ranging from unique interpretations of the Great American Songbook to some of the most memorable tunes of the Great White Way,” said Mr. Tunick’s publicist. “Joining the festivities is special guest vocalist Rebecca Faulkenberry, taking a break from her onstage duties at ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’.

“With Doc Severinsen — making his first NYC club appearance in more than 50 years — on trumpet, 14 of Broadway’s world-class musicians, and Jonathan Tunick with clarinet at the ready and baton in hand – what could be more thrilling?”

Ms Faulkenberry. who attended the Bermuda High School for Girls, made her theatrical debut as a youngster in Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society and Bermuda Gilbert & Sullivan Society productions.

She first appeared on Broadway in the jukebox musical “Rock Of Ages” in 2011 after appearing in its US national touring production.

Located on West 54th Street, contact the club’s Maitre D’ for reservations at [646]-476-3551. Tickets can also be purchased at TicketWeb.com

Rebecca Faulkenberry performing “Broadway Baby” during a 2012 club appearance

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  1. EROGENIX says:

    Yes I like “The Tonight Show” and Ms Faulkenberry ;)