Cheyenne Jackson Plays Cafe Carlyle

Written by | Entertainment, Stage

Want to get intimate with a heartthrob? Metrosource friend — and recent cover boy — Cheyenne Jackson is set to make his debut at New York’s Café Carlyle this month. (What did you think we were talking about?)

The Carlyle is a swanky cabaret space at The Carlyle Hotel that regularly brings the music of Broadway, jazz and Woody Allen to its very cozy lounge (it seats 90), offering table service and bar seats. When Cheyenne spoke with us last year about his film Love Is Strange, he charmed us so much that we had to put him on our Pride Issue cover. Put on a jacket (as “jackets are suggested”) and book a table to find out for yourself.

Cheyenne’s album The Power of Two (with Michael Feinstein on piano) pulled standards from the Gershwin, Coleman and Porter catalogs, among others. His residency begins tonight and continues through January 24. Full dates are below; reservations here.

January 13 to January 24:
Tuesday to Friday at 8:45 p.m.
Saturday at 8:45 p.m. & 10:45 p.m.

Last modified: July 27, 2017