Two-time Tony Award nominated and Emmy Award winning performer André De Shields returned to the cabaret stage for his latest theatrical concert, I PUT A SPELL ON YOU on Friday, October 5, at The Laurie Beechman Theatre Downstairs at The West Bank Café in New York.
The joint was jumpin’ at 54 Below for Tony award-winner Tonya Pinkins on the last Monday in August, where she channeled Ethel Waters, the legendary African-American actress, jazz-era singer and entertainer who was America’s first International superstar of any race, in an evening featuring excerpts from Hurricane Ethel, Ms. Pinkins upcoming one woman show written in collaboration with Dennis Courtney.
André De Shields Returns to The Laurie Beechman Theatre with I Put A Spell on You, October 5 and 12
Tonight, I’m going to my new favorite cabaret club, 54 Below in New York, to see Tony award-winner Tonya Pinkins, where she’ll be performing signature anthems celebrating the life and music of Ethel Waters at 9:30pm.
Black By Popular Demand’s André De Shields on Seth Rudetsky’s Sirius XM radio show “Seth Speaks” & in person at Don’t Tell Mama for Chatterbox on May 3