Special Performances

The following performances will be presented on the Mainstage with SD seating.

Marilyn Maye: Party Time

Sponsored by Judy and Marty Isserlis

Monday, August 24 at 7:30pm

Run, don’t walk to hear one of the greatest cabaret performers ever. At 92, Marilyn Maye “has a theatrical flair that captivates and enthralls, and jazz-spiced chops that can reach notes most singers a third her age can’t even hit in their dreams. She’s the real deal, the surviving artist of the American popular singer,” says Rex Reed. An evening of her songs and stories will show you why she is the best in the biz!

Presented without intermission to maintain social distancing.
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Photo by Bill Westmoreland

Ann Hampton Callaway: The Linda Ronstadt Songbook with Billy Stritch

Sponsored by Violet and Chris Eagan & Suzan Grandt and Stanley Kaplan

Monday, August 31 (SOLD OUT) & Tuesday, September 1 at 7:30pm

DATE ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND!

One of the leading pop/jazz singers of our time, Ann Hampton Callaway has created an exciting night in celebration of one of America’s most beloved artists, Linda Ronstadt. The show celebrates the many faces of Ronstadt’s iconic songs from her Stone Poneys days like “Long, Long Time” to pop/rock classics like “You’re No Good” to unforgettable classics like “What’s New” and “Am I Blue,” to her iconic duets performed with Callaway’s brilliant music director, Billy Stritch. An evening not to be missed — Joyous, Romantic and Rousing!

Presented without intermission to maintain social distancing.
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Eleanor: A Staged Reading of a New Play

Sponsored by Sydelle and Lee Blatt

By MARK ST. GERMAIN
Starring Tony Award-winner HARRIET HARRIS
Directed by HENRY STRAM

Friday, September 4 & Saturday, September 5 (LIMITED AVAILABILITY) at 7:30pm

Eleanor brings to life Eleanor Roosevelt, the most influential First Lady the world has ever seen. From her “Ugly Duckling” upbringing to her unorthodox marriage to Franklin, Eleanor puts her controversial life, loves and passions on the stage.

Presented without intermission to maintain social distancing.
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Leslie Kritzer as Delia in Beetlejuice: The Musical, Broadway, 2020. Photo: Matthew Murphy.

Leslie Kritzer: Is It Over Yet? with Vadim Feichtner

Sponsored by Gregory Bulger and Richard Dix

Sunday, September 6 at 7:30pm

Straight from playing Delia in Beetlejuice: The Musical on Broadway, BSC’s favorite diva is back! Take a wild ride with Leslie Kritzer as she navigates how to move forward with fabulous songs, crazy, wonderful stories and hilarious hijinks — accompanied by her favorite pianist (and husband) BSC Associate Artist Vadim Feichtner.
Presented without intermission to maintain social distancing.
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