Pop and Broadway songstress Melba Moore is back on the New York stage.
The 69-year-old Tony Award-winning singer-actress, best known for the radio hits "This Is It" and "Love's Comin' At Ya," will offer a retrospective of her lengthy performing career with two performances of her new show, "Forever Moore," at venerable Manhattan nightspot 54 Below on May 22 and 23.
Moore also says she'll take the chance to extend beyond her usual repertoire, covering material made famous by Barbra Streisand, Lena Horne, Sarah Vaughn and Aretha Franklin, among others.
The star offered a sneak peek at her performance with "Don't Rain on My Parade" from "Funny Girl" earlier this week. Take a look at video of that performance as originally seen on Theater Pizzazz above.
Melba Moore opened "Forever Moore" at New York's 54 Below on May 22. She'll hit the stage again on May 23. Head here for more details.
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