The Queen of Cabaret holds the record for the longest continuous run at the famed Algonquin Oak Room.  Our most sophisticated performer is the only female entertainer ever to reach such a milestone in the history of cabaret.  The New York Times dubbed her “the high priestess of the American Songbook,” falling “under her spell,” while the Wall Street Journal called an evening with Andrea “the most immersive experience you will ever have.”

Everyone looks forward to getting away from it all.  To celebrate Andrea’s unprecedented achievement, her latest show, “No Strings,” does just that!  Andrea takes the audience on a wonderful trip around the world.  It’s a journey about life on the road—a warm, funny, heartfelt and candid tale of Andrea’s travels from city to city and what that bittersweet journey has meant for her as a singer, an actress, a wife and mother.

Marcovicci looks especially dazzling and her voice is more in control than usual. The big this, as always is her sensational acting ability and impeccable timing.  Highlights include “Sunday in New York,” “Two For the Road,” “How Are Things in Glocca Morra?,” “Under Paris Skies” and “A Foggy Day.”  In addition, Andrea recreates her celebrated rendition of “These Foolish Things.”  It’s an odyssey that flows from the romance of Andrea’s favorite places to unexpected bumps in the road producing some pretty wacky and wonderful stories…a fun, sweet and romantic saga as only Andrea can tell it!  A nostalgic look at a quarter century of a singer’s life.   Andrea is skillfully accompanied on piano by Shelly Markham with Jered Egan on bass.

“No Strings” will run November 15 through December 30, with shows Tuesday through Thursday at 8:30 and Friday and Saturday at 8:30 and 11:00.  Holiday shows are Thanksgiving at 7:30, Christmas Eve at 7:30 and Monday December 26 (Boxing Day) at 7:30.  There is a $60 cover charge per person Tuesday-Thursday and late Friday-Saturday, and $65 for the 8:30 shows Friday and Saturday, plus either a $30 food and beverage minimum or a $60 prix fixe dinner.

Note: The Algonquin  will close Jan. 1 for a four-month, $15 million renovation.

Let us hope the The Oak Room will remain virtually unscathed and that the powers that be will have come to their senses and allowed the fabled hotel to  re-install the latest feline (Matilda lll),  in a beloved chain of ten mascots, dating back to 1933. New York has survived street fairs, bicycles monopolizing our sidewalks and a demoralized Times Square. Let the pussy cats work in peace.

Andrea Marcovicci has created more than thirty nightclub acts, has sold out Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Lincoln Center, and appeared in concert with numerous orchestras and at the

White House. She has acted in film, television and theatre, on Broadway and regionally. Co-stars include Danny DeVito, Woody Allen, Sir Michael Caine, Sir John Gielgud and Sam Waterston, among others. Most recently she starred in the off-Broadway revival of “Coco” and on TV in “General Hospital.”

Personal PR: Miller Wright 212 977 7800

Nov. 15 – Dec. 30
Musical Director: Shelly Markham
Bass: Jered Egan
Regular Schedule:
Tues. – Sat. at 8:30 PM, plus late shows Fri. & Sat. at 11:00 PM
Holiday schedule:
Thanksgiving, Nov. 24; Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, and Monday, Dec. 26 at 7:30 PM

The Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel
59 West 44th St.
New York, NY 10036
Reservations: (212) 419-9331 or (212) 840-6800 and ask for Oak Room Reservations
Click here for Oak Room Website


Song List

Miller Wright & Associates, Inc.

Media Relations

Music Director / Piano – Shelly Markham

Bass – Jered Egan

1) Sail Away;

Let’s Get Away From It All

Noel Coward

Tom Adair; Matt Dennis

2) Back at the Algonquin

Enid Futterman; Michael Cohen

3) Sunday In New York

Portia Nelson

4) Two For The Road

Leslie Bricusse ; Henry Mancini

5) How are Things in Glocca Morra? ;
It Never Was You;

My Love Is A Wanderer

Burton Lane / Yip Harburg
Kurt Weill; Maxwell Anderson
Bart Howard

6) As Time Goes By /

When Yuba Plays the Rhumba on the Tuba

Herman Hupfeld
Herman Hupfeld

7) Rainy Night In Rio

Leo Robin

8) Under Paris Skies

Kim Gannon / Jean Drejac

9) The Night I Fell in Love With Paris

Tom Toce

10) No Strings;
By Myself;
A Foggy Day

Irving Berlin

Arthur Schwartz / Howard Dietz
George Gershwin; Ira Gershwin

11) I Don’t Know

Ronald Jeans / Philip Braham

12) These Foolish Things

Holt Marvell / Jack Strachey

13) You Belong To Me ;

The Sweetest of Nights and the Finest of Days

Chilton Price / Pee Wee King; Redd Stewart
Shelly Markham / Judith Viorst

14) Here’s To Us

Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh

1650 Broadway, Suite 1210 New York, NY 10019

Phone: (212) 977-7800 Fax: (212) 977-7963


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