Tony Award winner John Lloyd Young, Tony nominees Howard McGillin and Rebecca Luker and Amanda McBroom are the latest stars to book appearances at Cafe Carlyle, the popular nightclub in the Carlyle Hotel.
McGillin, who holds the title of world's longest running Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera, will kick off the spring season alongside Luker (Mary Poppins) with their Broadway Romance concert series. The engagement will run January 16 through 26, with Ted Sperling serving as musical director.
Amanda McBroom, best known for writing the song "The Rose," will follow the duo with A Valentine Rose, running January 29 through February 9. Michele Brourman will serve as musical director.
Young's two-week cabaret engagement, which runs February 12 through 23, will feature songs from his new album My Turn, as well as other classic songs from the '60s era. Young is also set to return to his Tony-winning role of Frankie Valli in Broadway's Jersey Boys on January 11.
On Monday nights through June 17, director/musician Woody Allen will be in residence at the Carlyle with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band.