Nightlife impresario Daniel Nardicio is bringing Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming to the Manhattan stage together for the first time when the two perform live at Town Hall on Wednesday, March 13 in a transfer of their two sold-out shows in Fire Island's historic Ice Palace nightclub. The concert takes place a day after Minnelli's 67th birthday.
Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming are two theatrical powerhouses who act, sing and both
happen to be closely identified with the landmark musical "Cabaret." Liza famously won
an Academy Award for the movie version and Alan won a Tony Award for the acclaimed
At Town Hall these incomparable stars will duet on familiar songs from "Cabaret" and Liza
will dip into her repertoire of signature songs known the world over. Alan will perform his
renditions of songs – from Annie Lennox to his own original compositions. These two old
friends will also interact on stage together—sharing stories, songs, and banter— of their
adventures in life and show-business.
Nardicio says: "It had always surprised me that no producer had thought to put these two
long time friends on stage together- considering their consummate performing skills, their
history with "Cabaret" and their friendship. It's a no-brainer. That's what people saw on the
stage on Fire Island- two good friends having fun. I dare say that this show is a celebration of
friendship in general."
The evening will be under the musical direction of Emmy-winning composer Lance Horne.
Tickets are $110 - $200 (Loge seating) and go on sale December 12th. To buy tickets visit