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PNC Broadway Series- Steve Ross

PNC Broadway Series- Steve Ross
Check out some of Steve Ross' wonderful performances below:

“The very personification of the spirit of Cole Porter"

     - The New Yorker

"The suavest of all male cabaret performers"

     - New York Times

"When Steve Ross performs, the setbacks, laughs, loves and bawdiness all glide past as seen through the windows of a 1930's Rolls Royce.”

     - Sydney Morning Herald

"The smoothest cabaret act in the world"

     - London Times

An Evening with Steve Ross

The “Crown Prince of New York Cabaret” (New York Times) performs the music of the Transatlantic Songbook with songs by and stories about such classic composers as the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Charles Trenet and Noel Coward – with special nods to Edith Piaf and Fred Astaire.He will make you smile with his delivery of the humorous numbers and touch your heart with the love-songs.

Before purchasing an individual ticket to a PNC Broadway Series performance, consider these money-saving packages:

The PNC Broadway Series Full Package allows you to pick the same seats for our 4 Broadway Series shows and attend each after-party where you can meet the performer, all for $168.00 (regularly $210.00).

The PNC Broadway Series Summer Package allows you to pick the same seats for our 3 summer Broadway Series shows and attend each after-party where you can meet the performer, all for $135.00 (regularly $157.50).

Steve Ross has been a fixture of the cabaret community in Manhattan for over forty years. He was born “forty-five minutes from Broadway” in New Rochelle, NY, and was raised in Washington, DC with an opera-loving father and a mother who played on the piano the songs of Gershwin, Porter and Irving Berlin. His first major job in New York was as a successful singer/pianist at the now famous piano bar Ted Hook’s Backstage.

In 1981 he re-opened the legendary Oak Room at Manhattan’s famed Hotel Algonquin where he held forth off and on for more than 15 years. He has appeared on Broadway in Noel Coward’s Present Laughter and off-Broadway in his tribute to Fred Astaire entitled I Won’t Dance. Internationally, he has performed in London, Paris, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Melbourne and Sydney as well as cabarets and theatres across America and on the high seas. He’s hosted programs on the BBC and American public radio and was on the lecture/performance roster at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for eight years. His last show at the Algonquin, Puttin’ on the Ritz – the Songs of Fred Astaire, prompted Stephen Holden of the New York Times to describe Steve as “the personification of the bygone dream world that his music summons.”

AWARDS: Lifetime Achievement (National Arts Club); New School Film-Maker Series Special Award; Manhattan NiteLife Award; Manhattan Association of Cabarets Lifetime Achievement Award

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