Steve Ross Shows
   
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        "Mischa, Marlene and Me"
        "Cheek to Cheek" (co-starring Karen Oberlin)
        "We Got Rhythm" (co-starring Judy Carmichael)
        "Love and Laughter -- Part I"
        "Three's A Crowd" (Ross, Morley, and Hodge)
        "Hooray for Love I"
        "Hooray for Love II"
        "Gotta Have Hart and Hammerstein!"
        "Cole Porter In Paris"
        "Noel Coward and His Ladies"
        "Ridin' High -- The Music of Cole Porter"
        "To Wit"
        "Travels With My Piano"
        "Tin Pan Alley Tuneup" (part of Lincoln Center's, "REAL TO REEL SHOWS" for kids)

           

Theater

"The Importance of Being Earnest" - scene with actress Frances Sternhagen. February 28, 1999 as benefit for Tiffany windows at St. Gabriels Church in Steve's hometown of New Rochelle, NY.

"L'Amour, The Merrier" with special guest, Karen Murphy. November 1998.
Kaufman Theater.

"Present Laughter", 1996-1997. Walter Kerr Theater. Broadway debut. Dual roles: To set a Noel Coward mood, Steve entertained the audience with melodies before the show began and during intermissions. As part of the play itself, Steve played Fred, a Cockney valet.

"I Won't Dance: Steve Ross Sings Fred Astaire and Cole Porter", Fall 1997. The Ordway Theater, St. Paul MI.

"I Won't Dance': Steve Ross Sings Fred Astaire and Cole Porter". 1991-1992. Off Broadway at St. Peter's Church, New York City.