Marin Mazzie & Jason Danieley: "Opposite You"
MARCH 25 APRIL 4
FEINSTEINS AT LOEWS REGENCY, the nightclub proclaimed Best of New York by New York Magazine, and an invaluable New York institution by The New York Post, continues its 10th Anniversary season with the debut engagement of one of Broadways leading couples MARIN MAZZIE and JASON DANIELEY from March 24 to April 4. Their show Opposite You embraces composers from Irving Berlin and Harold Arlen to Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim. Throughout, Mazzie and Danieley display the soaring voices, engaging charm, and natural chemistry that led the San Francisco Chronicle to call their performances Broadways golden couple in music they were born to sing. The evening was first presented at Lincoln Centers American Songbook Series and was released as a CD by PS Classics. All shows are at the Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street).
MARIN MAZZIE, the critically-acclaimed actress and singer, has been heard in many of the countrys major symphony halls, concert venues, and starred in some of the most memorable musicals on the Broadway stage and Londons West End. Having most recently starred on Broadway and in London as the Lady of the Lake in Monty Pythons Spamalot, she also received Tony, Drama Desk and Olivier nominations and won the Outer Critics Circle Award for her performance as "Lily/Kate in the hit revival of Kiss Me Kate. Other Broadway credits include Mother in Ragtime (Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics nominations), Clara in Sondheims Passion (Tony nomination), Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, Into the Woods and Big River.
Marin played a recurring character on the CBS television sitcom Still Standing, with additional guest appearances on Without A Trace, Numb3rs, Jake In Progress, Stacked, Pryor Offenses, and One Life To Live. Her other television appearances include many on PBS Great Performances: Passion, My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies, and My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs, all on DVD, and also the long-running PBS series An Evening At Pops, the Boston Pops tribute to Jerry Herman.
JASON DANIELEY Broadway actor, singer and concert performer has been entertaining audiences from New Yorks Theatre District and Londons West End to Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. Jason most recently starred on Broadway in Kander & Ebbs Curtains (Outer Critics Circle Nomination). He made his Broadway debut as the title character in Candide, directed by theater legend Harold Prince (Theatre World Award, Drama League Award, and Drama Desk nomination). He took it all off for The Full Monty in the original Broadway and West End casts. A frequent guest of New Yorks acclaimed City Center Encores! series, Jason has had leading roles in A Tree Grows In Brooklyn and Strike Up The Band.
Many of the countrys leading orchestras have invited Jason to be a guest artist, including the New York, Boston, and Philly Pops, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and St. Louis, Utah, Minnesota, and Buffalo Symphonies. Hes starred in fully staged concert versions of Bernsteins Candide and Gershwins Of Thee I Sing and Let Em Eat Cake (conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas) with the San Francisco Symphony, as well as other major concert versions of Carousel as Enoch Snow with the Orchestra of St. Lukes and South Pacific as Lt. Cable, both at Carnegie Hall. The latter was taped and aired on PBS Great Performances in Spring of 2006. Jason recently released a solo CD with his band The Frontier Heroes: self-titled Jason Danieley & The Frontier Heroes on the PS Classics label.
You can get more info on Marin and Jason at www.MarinAndJason.com