"A real musical theatre star." – New York Post

Friday, November 30 & Saturday, December 1 | 8 PM
TICKETS: $95 VIP / $85 Main Floor / $75 Banquette / $55 High Cocktail / $25*
*Student tickets

SophistiTIX Members (Ages 21-35) receive a 25% discount (limited to 2 tickets per performance). More details here!


Join two-time Tony Award-nominee Kate Baldwin (Hello Dolly, Big Fish, Giant, John & Jen, Finian’s Rainbow, Songbird) for an evening of songs and stories, as she candidly and comically deconstructs the façade of being a Broadway star, mother, and Midwest ingénue turned New Jersey suburbanite. Featuring an eclectic mix of Broadway, standards, indie pop, folk, and country melodies from such artists as Fiona Apple, Ingrid Michaelson, and Elvis Costello, Baldwin promises to pull no punches in a show that is both unexpected and unencumbered.  With musical direction by Kris Kukul (Songbird), you’ll discover another side of the artist The New York Times hails as “the redheaded firecracker who delivers sophistication and sincerity,” with what Variety calls “an agreeably feisty manner.”

Tickets: $95/$85/$75/$55

Student Tickets: $25 (Must show ID when checking in)

SophistiTIX: Members (ages 21-35) will receive 25% off per ticket.

Must be a member at time of purchase.

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Click here to learn more about Kate Baldwin!

Two time Tony nominee, Kate Baldwin, is currently co-starring opposite Bette Midler, David Hyde Pierce in the hit Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly.  Her starring role in the 2009 revival of the hit classic musical Finian's Rainbow, put her on the map as "a real musical theatre star." (New York Post)  She has also starred on Broadway in The Full MontyThoroughly Modern Millie and Wonderful Town.  

She starred in the 20th Anniversary revival of John & Jen, Big Fish on Broadway and earned accolades and a Drama Desk Award nomination for her work in Giant at The Public Theater. She also garnered critical acclaim as in a newly revised production of Can-Can at Paper Mill Playhouse.  She starred in The King and I at Lyric Opera of Chicago, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (San Francisco, Detroit, Toronto), The Women at The Old Globe, Henry V at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, I Do, I Do at Westport Country Playhouse, She Loves Me at the Willliamstown Theatre Festival, and The Music Man and South Pacific at Arena Stage, earning a Helen Hayes Award nomination.

She has performed with the New York Pops, in the American Songbook series at Lincoln Center, at the Kennedy Center and the legendary New York nightclubs Feinstein’s, Birdland and 54 Below. Her concert work also includes several appearances with Stephen Sondheim as a featured performer in his critically acclaimed evening, “A Conversation with Stephen Sondheim.”  She has two acclaimed albums on PS Classics, Let’s See What Happens and She Loves Him.  


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