Sunday, Jun 28, 2009: 8:30PM
PERFORMING SELECTIONS FROM HIS DEBUT JAZZ CD SOMETHIN LIKE LOVE FEATURING THE JOHN PIZZARELLI QUARTET
ONE NIGHT ONLY SUNDAY, JUNE 28 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 of television and Broadway star STEVEN PASQUALE for one night only on Sunday, June 28. He will perform romantic jazz-tinged classics from his debut CD Somethin Like Love on PS Classics. In his first live performance of material from the album, he will be accompanied by the John Pizzarelli Quartet, which features Pizzarelli on Guitar, Larry Fuller on piano, Martin Pizzarelli on bass and Tony Tedesco on drums.
At Feinsteins Pasquale will offer signature interpretations of some of the most enduring standards in the Great American Songbook, including his haunting rendition of the David Raksin/Johnny Mercer gem "Laura," a wistful "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," a swinging starry-eyed "On the Street Where You Live" and the CDs title song, newly written by the albums producers, John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey.
STEVEN PASQUALE is best known for his starring role as fireman Sean Garrity on the long-running FX-TV series Rescue Me. He is currently starring on Broadway in Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty. A regular on the theater scene, Pasquale's credits include Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden (World AIDS Day Concert), Henrik in A Little Night Music (opposite Victor Garber, Natasha Richardson, and Vanessa Redgrave), Captain Taylor in A Soldier's Play (Second Stage, opposite Taye Diggs), Tom in the Neil LaBute off-Broadway hit, Fat Pig, Robbie in the Ahrens/Flaherty/McNally musical A Man of No Importance (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations), Beautiful Child, The Spitfire Grill, Spinning Into Butter, and Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party.
He created the role of Fabrizio in Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas' Tony Award-winning The Light in the Piazza. Television credits include a recurring role on HBO's Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning drama Six Feet Under and Sofia Coppola's Platinum. His film credits include the role of Dallas in Alien vs. Predator: Requiem; Aurora Borealis, which premiered at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival; and Jonathan's Segal's The Last Run. He resides in Manhattan with his wife, Tony Award-winning actress Laura Benanti.