About This Event
“A spectacular, intriguing evening created by a performer who is completely captivating on every level.” - BroadwayWorld
An evening of Broadway leading-men’s songs and sassy standards, served up with a twist of SHE.
New York stage & screen actor, Lianne Marie Dobbs, returns to her native San Francisco, bringing her hit solo show direct from 54 Below to Feinstein's at the Nikko.
Join Lianne as she raises a glass to the musical strength and lyrical beauty of women through classic Broadway songs and sassy standards - many originally intended for the male voice - including “Something’s Coming”, “How to Handle a Woman”, and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face,” bookended by humorous and thought-provoking insights from celebrated feminists.
Powerfully arranged and music directed by Ron Abel, with guest vocals and choreography by Luis Villabon (A Chorus Line).
MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST
“When she sings, brilliance is in the air….” - SF Weekly
"Saucy and sunny” according to Variety, Lianne is a familiar face from her performances at TheatreWorks, ACT, 42nd Street Moon and San Francisco Symphony. Now a New Yorker, but still a genuine feminist with a degree from SFSU in Theatre Arts and Women's Studies, she has a penchant for used bookstores and a love for songs from the Golden Era. Major acting credits include The Gilded Age (HBO), Law & Order, and The Equalizer, Les Misérables, Always… Patsy Cline, Jane Austen's EMMA, Million Dollar Quartet.