$21 - $45
Following her popular Beautiful, Dirty Sexy, Me and LUSH shows, the sumptuously talent Leanne Borghesi returns to Feinstein’s at the Nikko with “What is this Swing Called Love?” Under the direction of Nicolas Minas, this flamboyant chanteuse journeys through the ups and downs of love with snazzy, jazzy standards of the swing and jazz era played by the extraordinary Roger Glenn Trio with Amanda Wu on bass.
Leanne Borghesi is a bi-coastal Musical Theatre, Cabaret and Performing Artist that has enjoyed performing in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco during the past 20 years. She is a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) and a two year participant and equity guest artist at The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center Cabaret Conference in Connecticut. Leanne debuted her one woman show, BAZAZZ under the direction of Michael Bush and performed in Accentuate the Positive, A Johnny Mercer Tribute alongside power house performers Amanda McBroom, Penny Fuller, Marilyn Maye and Lillias White. She created the infamous Ms. Anita Cocktail and is an original founding member of the comedic cabaret trio "B.O.O.B.S” (Busty, Outrageous, Over-the-Top, Broads, Singing. Leanne is the recipient of best actress award from the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards for NCTC’s Productions of Dames at Sea (Mona Kent) and DIVALICIOUS (Solo show) as has also been seen locally on the stage at Center Rep, TheatreWorks, Aurora Theater, Ray of Light Theater, and Thrillpeddlers.
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94102