Future drag legend Tiffany Heather Samantha, the Belting Babe from Brooklyn, makes her NYC cabaret debut.
Friday, March 17, 2023 at Laurie Beechman Theatre

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Queen of the Universe, step aside! Future drag legend Tiffany Heather Samantha, the Belting Babe from Brooklyn, makes her highly anticipated NYC cabaret debut with TIFFANY HEATHER SAMANTHA'S BIG BELTY BROADWAY SHOW -- a night filled with, you guessed it, big belty Broadway show tunes! Tiffany Heather Samantha belts, screlts and always options up in this drag show featuring her bigger than life live vocals. After 18 years in the business, she is ready to share her love of all things musical theatre and spill the T on the many celebrities and Broadway stars she has worked with and encountered over the years. One of these Broadway alums joins her each show to “sing out, Louise!”. This love letter to all things big and belty will be a night to remember.

TIFFANY HEATHER SAMANTHA'S BIG BELTY BROADWAY SHOW at The Laurie Beechman Theatre (407 West 42 Street) on Fridays January 27, February 17, and March 17 at 9:30 PM. Tickets are $22, with a $30 VIP option for preferred seating in the front row, available at www.SpinCycleNYC.com. Please note that there is a $25 food/drink minimum at all performances at this venue, with a full dinner menu and waiter service.

Tiffany Heather Samantha is a world class vocalist who has been a professional actor since she was a teenager. Having been nominated two times as Best Actor in a musical for the NY regional BroadwayWorld Awards, she has toured the world doing both national and international tours, Broadway shows for Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines, and DIMF at the Daegu Opera House in South Korea. In 2021, she starred in the Off-Broadway show HOUSEWIVES OF SECAUCUS as Donatella Diamonte. The New York Times featured her and the show as one of the must see shows for the summer of 2021. She has also headlined her own drag shows at The Stonewall Inn and sang at the world famous jazz venue The Iridium in Times Square.


Aaron Young (March 17 special guest star). Broadway: Sasha(Russian Tenor) in Fiddler on the Roof. Tour: Cabaret(Bobby). Regional: PCLO, Virginia Opera, Goodspeed, 5th Ave. Theatre, Arvada Center, Bay St. Theatre, The REV, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Tuacahn, Engeman. Favorite roles include Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees, Joseph in Joseph…Dreamcoat, Prince Topher in Cinderella, and Bob Wallace in Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Aaron has also toured Japan three times as a soloist with the Disney on Classic concert series. Most recently, he traveled to Turkmenistan to lead a musical theatre/cross-cultural outreach program sponsored by the U.S. Embassy. Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. He loves belting with a passion. aaronyoung.net @youngnaaron

Christopher Faison (February 16 special guest) has been heralded by critics as “silken voiced”, “ a stage dynamo” and “downright thrilling.” His singing has been called “muscular”, his acting” impassioned”. He provides some “powerhouse moments.” A Connecticut native turned New Yorker; Christopher has been entertaining audiences across the globe for over two decades. In 2005, he was cast in “Smokey Joe’s Cafe” (Ken) by Phoenix Theater, and received an AriZoni Award for his performance. After moving to New York, he was cast in the ensemble of the 1st National Tour of the Tony Award Winning Musical, “The Book of Mormon”. He made his directorial debut with “Songs for A New World” in 2017 for the Chestnut Street Playhouse, and the following year he was cast in the ‘Loverly Quartet’ in the Broadway revival of “My Fair Lady”, marking his Broadway debut. He understudied and performed the role of ‘Freddy Eyensford-Hill’, and represented the show at two travel conferences as well as on the Tony Awards and The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. He was most recently seen in the ensemble of “Hello, Dolly” 1st National Tour, as the ‘Court Clerk’, where he understudied and performed the role of ‘Cornelius Hackl’.

Will Mann (January 27th special guest) Broadway: Memphis (Bobby). Off-Broadway: Oklahoma! (Mike at SAW). National Tours:  Billy Elliot (Mr. Braithwaite), Wonderful Town (Speedy Valenti), Joseph…Dreamcoat (Judah, dir/cor. by Andy Blankenbuehler), and Elf (SM and Santa u/s). Regional: Shrek (Shrek), Prince of Egypt (Hotep, World Premiere), Ragtime (Coalhouse), and A Chorus Line (Richie). High School: Oklahoma! (Jud Fry). Bachelor of Music from Oklahoma City University.

Michael Friedman (musical director) met Tiffany playing piano in the critically acclaimed production of Tickling the Ivories at the Broward Stage Door Theatre. Here he is AGAIN playing piano for Tiffany. Before that he got his BA in Musical Theatre at Nova Southeastern University. Michael's past credits include Spelling Bee (Epic Players), She Loves Me (Wick Theatre), and the tour of A Christmas Carol. @michaeldfriedman_

Rachel Broadwell (director). After performing professionally for 10 years across the country, Rachel hung up her LaDucas to focus on her passion for storytelling. Her directing career has lead her to many diverse projects including musicals, cabarets, workshops and music videos. In 2017 she produced and directed a revival of A Chorus Line in New York City for a limited run. The production featured brand new staging and inclusive casting that focused on personal connection rather than gender, race or body types. Rachel continues to pursue new perspectives on casting and storytelling with all of her projects.