Christine Ebersole


On Saturday, August 16, Christine Ebersole will be joined by The Aaron Weinstein Trio, celebrating the release of her recent CD "Strings Attached."  The event is part of Daniel Nardicio's Icon series with a special meet and greet at Cherry Grove's Community House after the show to benefit several Cherry Grove Charities. 

 The evening at Fire Islands famed Ice Palace, will include classic standards from the '20s through '40s, featuring songs by legends like Fats Waller ("Jitterbug Waltz"), Cole Porter ("Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye"), Johnny Mercer ("This Time the Dream's on Me") and George Gershwin ("Shall We Dance") to name just a few. Tickets for the Ice Palace can be found HERE.

Currently starring in the hit TBS comedy series "Sullivan & Son," now in its 3rd season, Christine has performed in concert throughout the United States. Called "the Apex of New York" by the New York Times, Ebersole has captivated audiences on the Broadway stage, television series and specials, films, concert appearances and recordings for over 30 years.

In addition to her current TV role, Christine recently co-starred opposite Leo DeCaprio in the Oscar nominated film "Wolf of Wall Street."

Christine's 5th CD "Strings Attached" featuring Jazz violinist Aaron Weinstein was released this past winter.

 Christine Ebersole has performed her solo concerts at The Kennedy Center, yearly engagements at The Carlyle, Feinstein's at Loews Regency and many concert halls and theaters across the country, including multiple concerts with The Boston Pops, The New York Pops, the televised Kennedy Center Honors and The San Francisco Symphony at Carnegie Hall (2008 PBS Special).

A native of Winnetka, Illinois, Christine Ebersole won The Tony Award for Outstanding Actress in the dual role of "Edith and Edie Beale" in the acclaimed Tony Nominated Musical Grey Gardens. Christine was lauded with virtually every Off-Broadway theater award when it premiered at Playwrights Horizon and Grey Gardens went on to pack its Broadway theater for over a year, with every theater critic praising her bravura performance. Christine followed Grey Gardens with the Broadway production of Blithe Spirit opposite Angela Lansbury and Rupert Everett. In past theater seasons, Christine has won critical acclaim as well as the Outer Critics Circle Award and the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, for her portrayal of "Dorothy Brock" in the 2000 revival of 42nd Street. The following season, she starred in Broadway's Dinner at Eight, garnering a Tony Award nomination. In 2005, Christine starred as M'Lynn on Broadway in Steel Magnolias.

Christine was a regular cast member of the Not Ready for Prime Time Players on "Saturday Night Live" during the 1981-82 season. Her other television credits include "Tessie Tura" in Bette Midler's "Gypsy," the hit TV series, "Royal Pains", appeared as Denny Craig's love interest in "Boston Legal," "Law and Order, SVU," "Mary & Rhoda," "Platinum" with Diana Ross, "Will & Grace" as well as appearances on "The Today Show", "The View" and "The Colbert Report."

Film work includes the hit movie, "Confessions of a Shopaholic." "Tootsie," "Amadeus," "Black Sheep," "Dead Again," "My Favorite Martian," "My Girl II," "Folks!" and "Richie Rich."

In addition to her television, film, Broadway and concert work, Christine has released 4 CD's, including her recent CD celebrating Noel Coward.

Named a "rising star violinist" by Downbeat Magazine, AARON WEINSTEIN is quickly earning a reputation as one of the finest jazz violinists of his generation. As a featured soloist, Aaron has performed at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Wolftrap Center for the Performing Arts, Birdland, Blue Note the Iridium, and abroad at jazz festivals in England, France, Switzerland, Iceland, and Israel. He has been called "the Groucho of the violin" by Tony Bennett and "a perfect musician" by jazz guitar legend, Bucky Pizzarelli Aaron has performed and recorded with an array of jazz icons including: Les Paul, Bucky Pizzarelli, John Pizzarelli, Scott Hamilton, Dick Hyman, Dave Frishberg, Ken Peplowski, Houston Person, Jon Hendricks and Annie Ross as well as New York Pops founder/conductor, Skitch Henderson. He has written arrangements for artists including Janis Siegel, Michael Feinstein, Billy Stritch, and Hilary Kole and Christine Ebersole..and is a New York Nightlife Award winner and recent graduate of the Berklee College of Music where he was awarded a full four-year talent-based scholarship.

He brings exquisite musicianship to this very special night on Fire Island alongside Christine Ebersole. This event is brought to you as part of Daniel Nardicio's Icon Series in association with George McGarvey, and a portion of the proceeds are being donated to Cherry Grove's "Save our Community House" fund.


Join a special Cherry Grove reception welcoming Christine Ebersole at the Historic Community House Theater located directly across from the Ice Palace, on Saturday August 16th, 2014 immediately following her performance at 10 pm.

Admission is $50.00 and will benefit Save Our Community House, the Restoration Campaign & The Arts Project of Cherry Grove.

Tickets to the reception need to be purchased separately at or at the Community House each Saturday from 10am to 2pm