Christine Andreas, Kelli Barrett, Sharon McNight and Tony nominee Jarrod Spector, were honored at this year’s Bistro Awards. Cabaret’s oldest award is being celebrated at a gala at the Gotham Comedy Club March 8.
The annual awards recognize outstanding achievement in New York cabaret, jazz and comedy. Spector, who received a Tony nomination for his performance in the Carole King musical Beautiful, is sharing the Bistro honor for Major Engagement with his wife, Barrett, for their appearance at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
They are joined by jazz singer and lyricist Jon Hendricks (Five Guys Named Moe), who is receiving the ASCAP Bob Harrington Lifetime Achievement Award; Annie Ross, who is being honored with a Bistro Award for her Outstanding Contributions to the World of Jazz.
This year’s ceremony was hosted by stage and screen actor and four-time Bistro winner Jason Graae. The evening is directed by Shellen Lubin and is produced by Sherry Eaker.
A complete list of the winners is outlined below:
Jon Hendricks / ASCAP Bob Harrington Lifetime Achievement Award
Another Hundred People (KT Sullivan, Jeff Harnar, Sondra Lee) / Musical Revue
Rob Sutton / Vocalist