CAN'T SOMETHING BE DONE? AN EVENING WITH EDWARD HIBBERT at 54 Below
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Broadway's Edward Hibbert premieres his debut cabaret show on the stage of 54 Below for three special Monday nights only! Known to many as Gil Chesterton, the restaurant critic, on TV's Frasier, Broadway and off-Broadway audiences have delighted in his varied performances in The Drowsy Chaperone, Curtains, Jeffrey, and the upcoming It Shoulda Been You. In Can't Something Be Done?, Edward presents an evening of irreverent stories and songs by Cole Porter, Noel Coward, and also contemporary songwriters. Enjoy stories of Edward's travels from England to the Great White Way…and beyond. Featuring Musical Direction by Sam Davis and Direction by Mark Waldrop.
Venue Description: Only a year old, the popular nightspot with the in-theatre crowd 54 Below has undergone a complete reinvention by multiple Tony Award-winning producers Tom Viertel, Marc Routh, Richard Frankel and Steve Baruch (Hairspray, The Producers). The intimate 114-seat venue features up to three shows nightly as well as a late night lounge. Performers there have included Tony winner Patti LuPone, Rita Wilson, the Tony award-winning cast of Once, and Glee's Matthew Morrison. 54 Below is easily reachable by subway, C, E, or 1 to 50th Street, or N, Q, R. to 57th Street.