From Robert Goulet and Gene Kelly to Gordon MacRae and beyond, cabaret artist James Cichewicz pays musical tribute to the great leading men of the silver screen and New York stage. The Tony-winning Goulet shot to stardom in 1959, in what would become his signature song and show, "If Ever I Would Leave You," from Broadway's Camelot
, which kicked off a more than 40-year career as a TV, stage and film actor and best-selling recording artist. MacRae was best known for his roles in the film versions of Oklahoma!
, and his hits "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" and "Hair of Gold, Eyes of Blue." And of course, Gene Kelly was the dancing-singing-acting superstar who lit up the stage and screen in Pal Joey
and Singin' in the Rain
. Enjoy tunes from these entertainment giants in the intimate Club Plaza, overlooking the intracoastal.
* Additional fees apply. No coupon or promo codes necessary to enjoy the displayed discount price.