ANN KITTREDGE: AN EVENING OF AHRENS & FLAHERTY FANCY MEETING YOU HERE

Ann Kittredge

For the first time since winning the 2018 MAC Award for Best Debut, Ann Kittredge* returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below with her new show, Fancy Meeting You Here: An Evening Of Ahrens & Flaherty. Not merely a fan of the great collaboration between Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, which led to Tony-winning shows like Ragtime and Once On This Island, as well as Anastasia, Rocky: the Musical, and My Favorite Year, Ann is fascinated by what makes this particular collaboration an enduring success.

Directed by Andrea Marcovicci (“the Queen of Cabaret”), with musical direction by Alex Rybeck, the show transports the audience from Dublin to England to the Caribbean–and beyond. Drawing on her early acting training at Carnegie Mellon and work on and off-Broadway, the rising cabaret star shares the unique wonder at the heart of each Ahrens and Flaherty creation.

PRICING 40 – $50

Premiums: $80

Additional $6 If Purchased at Venue

$25 Food & Beverage Minimum

TIMES (show / doors open)

Wed, May 29: 7:00 pm



INSTAGRAM: @annkittredge

ABOUT ANN KITTREDGE

Ann is a lifelong performing artist who has performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and at major venues across the country. She has worked with top producers and directors throughout her career on stage. Ann's passion for theater did not end after she became a mother 18 years ago, but was rather channeled into a new arena: performance education. She recently created a drama program at a NYC Public High School. During her break from pursuing her career, Ann was extremely active in education advocacy for children and volunteering. She directed several children's plays, mentored children in acting, singing, and auditioning, and had earned herself a seat on the District 28 Community Education Council.

Photo Courtesy Of: Richard Skipper

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