The beautiful Melissa Errico has a sweetness to her that combined with her glorious vocals transports you to another era. Picked out of Yale to star in the first national touring company of Les Miserables she moved onto Broadway starring in My Fair Lady (Eliza, 1993 revival), High Society, Amour (Tony nomination) and, most recently, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Kennedy Center audiences applauded her performance as Dot opposite Raul Esparza’s George in Sunday in the Park with George. Having sung throughout the world in some of the most prestigious concert halls, and having released three critically-heralded CDs, Blue Like That, Lullabies
and Wildflowers and A Legrand Affair (produced by Phil
Ramone). Melissa comes to 54 Below with a brand new evening of tales and tunes along with musical director by John Oddo. starting October 30th unless Hurricane Sandy keeps New Yorkers away, but no worries Melissa comes right back on the 31st, November 1, 2 and 3rd at 8:30.
Hurry up and catch Melissa by herself before she starts rehearsals for the first New York revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Passion! Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander.