Who has performed at 54 below?

Feinstein’s/54 Below is a cabaret and restaurant in New York City owned by Broadway producers Steve Baruch, Richard Frankel, Marc Routh and Tom Viertel. It has hosted shows by such performers as Patti LuPone, Ben Vereen, Sierra Boggess, Marilyn Maye and Barbara Cook.

How do you perform at Feinstein 54 below?


  1. SUBMISSIONS: Contestants must submit an audition video, with headshot and resume, to [email protected]
  2. PRELIMINARIES: If selected to participate in the prelimary round, contestants will perform one 2-4 minute song on the 54 Below stage.
  4. FINALS:

Are Studio 54 and 54 below the same thing?

But the ghosts of the celebrities who danced at Studio 54, the renowned late-’70s New York nightspot, will get some company this spring with the opening of a new nightclub and restaurant called 54 Below, located downstairs from the former club on West 54th Street.

Does 54 below have a dress code?

Guests of Feinstein’s/54 Below are encouraged to wear smart casual attire. We ask that guests do not hang their coats on the back of their chairs and instead utilize our complimentary coat check facilities. Guests are discouraged from bringing large personal items or bags with them to the club.

How many seats does 54 below have?

147Feinstein’s/54 Below / Capacity

Why is it called 54 below?

The Midtown Manhattan supper club, nicknamed “Broadway’s living room,” in the basement of the former disco Studio 54, will be renamed Feinstein’s/54 Below. And Mr. Feinstein, the singer and pianist known as the ambassador of the Great American Songbook, will play his first engagement there, Dec.

Is NYC Broadway Open?

Happily, Broadway reopened in summer 2021. Below is the current status of every production that was already running or set to open on Broadway in spring, summer or fall of 2020, plus brand-new 2021-2022 shows. Click here for up-to-date COVID-19 rules for Broadway shows.

What was a popular disco club in New York?

Studio 54. At 254 West 54th Street, Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager converted a former opera house into the most notorious nightclub of the disco era.