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A Little Night Music

This week, seize the opportunity to catch a one-of-a-kind cabaret show.

  1. 1. Diahann Carroll

    Through April 29
    At Feinstein’s at the Regency; 540 Park Ave., at 61st St.; 212-339-4095

    She made history as the first black woman to star in her own television series (1968’s Julia), after winning a Tony for her performance in the musical No Strings; at Feinstein’s, Carroll will revisit moments from her long career—with an eight-piece band backing her up.

  2. 2. Bernadette Peters

    May 1
    At Lincoln Center; Broadway at 62nd St; 212-875-5000

    They saved the (arguably) best for last: The “American Songbook” series wraps up with a performance by the Queens-born Broadway superstar, singing personal favorites with full orchestral accompaniment. (Expect lots of Sondheim.)


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