Feinstein's at Loews Regency will continue its Spring 2012 season with the debut of Broadway and Hollywood legend, Janis Paige for two nights only on May 20 and May 21. For her one-woman show, Paige shares favorite songs and recounts tales from her lifetime in show business -- from achieving a dream of Hollywood stardom to her leading roles on Broadway, the famous people who influenced her life and career, her personal and professional triumphs, and the losses and laughs of a long and highly-successful career. A veteran of the stage and screen, Ms. Paige takes her audience along for a revealing, poignant, witty and unforgettable journey. Ms. Paige will appear for two shows only at the Loews Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street).
All shows have a $40.00 cover with $60.00 premium seats available. In addition, there is a $25.00 food and beverage minimum. Jackets are suggested but not required. The club is located at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street in New York City. For ticket reservations and club information, please call (212) 339-4095 or visit us online at www.Feinsteinsatloewsregency.com and www.TicketWeb.com.
Janis Paige is the consummate entertainer, whose career spans every facet of show business, from film and theater to television and nightclubs. She's made her mark from Hollywood to Broadway and countless cities in between, stealing the hearts of millions in hundreds of performances and appearances over seven decades. Ms. Paige's film career includes critically-acclaimed turns opposite Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse in Silk Stockings, and a flashy role in the comedy Please Don't Eat the Daises. She co-starred in films including Bachelor in Paradise, Romance on the High Seas, The Caretakers, and Follow the Boys, Welcome to Hard Times, starring opposite film greats like Bob Hope, Doris Day, Lana Turner, Joan Crawford, David Niven and Henry Fonda.
Her first Broadway hit came in 1951, when she starred opposite Jackie Cooper in the Lindsay and Crouse comedy, Remains to Be Seen. Three years later, she returned to Broadway in the Tony Award winning musical The Pajama Game, followed by Meredith Willson's Here's Love. She then garnered rave reviews after replacing Angela Lansbury in the smash hit musical, Mame. Ms. Paige has enjoyed a thriving cabaret career, headlining major nightclubs and supper clubs around the country with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Alan King, Joe E. Lewis, Milton Berle, Liberace, Tony Bennett, Vic Damone, Dinah Shore, and many more.
Ms. Paige starred in her own television series, “It's Always Jan” (1955-1956), co-starred with Richard Crenna and Bernadette Peters in “All's Fair (1976),” starred as Art Carney's wife in the Mystery Movie Theater series “Lanigan's Rabbi” (1977), as Dick Van Patten's sister on the beloved family series “Eight Is Enough” (1977-1980), and the sitcom “Baby Makes Five” (1983) starring Peter Scolari. Her guest turn on “All In The Family” (1976- 1978) as the sultry waitress who almost tempted Archie Bunker into an extra marital affair created such a stir with viewers that she was called back to reprise the role. In the last season of “Trapper John, M.D.” (1986), she played a recurring role as the beautiful and mature hospital administrator, Catherine Hackett.