* BRAZIL Sunday, October 2 at 7pm. Gold Room of the
Rio de Janeiro.
* USA Tuesday, October 11 at 7pm. Draesel
Hall, Church of the Holy Trinity, 316 E. 88th Street, Manhattan. For
information and reservations call the Guild Reservation Line (212) 685 2342.
- Episcopal Actors' Guild
* USA Sunday, October 16 at 7pm. The
Symphony Space, 95th St. & Broadway, New York City. For tickets call (212) 864
5000. HEARTSONG - THE CONCERT FOR NEW ORLEANS. Steve joins many
other Manhattan cabaret artists - such as: Brent Barrett, Ann Hampton
Callaway, K.T. Sullivan
* USA Monday, October 17.
Opening Night - 2005 New York Cabaret Convention - Rose Hall, Time Warner
Building, Jazz at Lincoln Center
* USA Wednesday,
October 19 at 7pm.
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
(202) 639 1772. An
Evening With Steve Ross
with excerpts from new show,
Steve on Steve, Steve Ross Sings and Plays Stephen Sondheim
* USA Sunday, October 23 at
3pm. 2005 New York Cabaret Convention - Rose Hall, Time Warner Building,
Jazz at Lincoln Center
www.mabelmercer.org Tea for Two, Duet performance with Klea
* USA Saturday, October 29 at
Albanese-Puccini Foundation - Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
www.lapfny.org Winners Recital
* USA November 3, 4, 5.
Leon, St. Louis, MO. (314)
An Evening With Steve Ross
* USA Monday, November 14. Church Hall, German Lutheran
Church of St. Paul, 315 W. 22nd St., New York (212) 239 3186. Bandwagon presents THE
CINDERELLA MUSICALS - Steve appears with other artists such as
Kitty Carlisle, Christine Andreas and Jana Robbins
* USA Monday, November 21.
Peter Sharp Theater - The Symphony Space, 95th
St. & Broadway, New York City. For tickets call (212) 864 5400. THE THALIA
FOLLIES - an evening of songs and satire whose subject is money - its
acquisition, enjoyment and abuse.
* USA Monday, December 12.
Hotel Algonquin, Manhattan. By invitation only. STEVE ROSS AND
FRIENDS HAVE A MARVELOUS PARTY. Celebration of the dedication of the Noel
* USA Monday, December 19.
The Players Club, New York City. Members & Guests. "A" IS FOR ARLEN, music
of Harold Arlen - with Eric Comstock, Barbara Fasano, and Klea Blackhurst