Tovah Feldshuh at Feinstein's at The Nikko
Acclaimed Broadway, film and television star Tovah Feldshuh, nominated six times for the Tony and Emmy Awards- returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with her one woman show, Tovah:Aging is Optional. Come drink from the waters as this award winning actress shares her observations, perturbations and innovations on staying timeless amidst the march ot time. Tapping into music from Rodgers & Hammerstein to Carole King and Dar Williams and bringing the wit and wisdom of beloved characters, Tovah:Aging is Optional provides Restylane for the soul, a booster for the heart and poster child for laughter...and excercise. Directed by Jeff Harner and Musical Direction by Jim Bassi.
Tovah Feldshuh has had a year immersed in television. She recently finished playing Deanna Monroe, head of Alexandria, in the runaway hit "The Walking Dead" for AMC. She can also be seen on Starz as Russian Ballet Mistress, Ivana, in the miniseries "Flesh & Bone." Most recently she was tapped to play Naomi Bunch, mother of Rebecca in the Golden Globe winning hit "Crazy Ex Girlfriend" on the CW where she can be seen singing the dignified showstopper: "Where's the Bathroom?"
On the big screen, she can be seen in the upcoming Peter Bogdanovich film "She's Funny that Way" with Jennifer Anniston and Owen Wilson, "Angelica" with Janet McTeer, "The Life" with Ryan O'Nan and Jerry Ferrara and Laura Lopez's "Acts of Mercy."
Last season on Broadway, Ms. Feldshuh stopped the show as the trapeze swinging Berthe in the Tony Award winning musical revival of Pippin. Prior to that, she played Lady Politic in the acclaimed revival of Ben Johnson's Volpone at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. As Jason Zinoman of the New York Times raved "No one earns more laughs than the marvelous Tovah Feldshuh. Her diva like flourishes are precisely timed, her entrances and exits designed for maximum impact."
Ms. Feldshuh created the role of Golda Meir in Golda's Balcony and on October 3, 2004 that show became the longest running one woman show in the history of Broadway; a record still in place today.
April 29th at 8pm
April 30th at 7pm
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