Lea Salonga capped her seven-week U.S. tour with a full-house record-breaking performance at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York.
The Tony Award winner’s 15th final show tonight broke the record for the most performances in a single engagement by a single artist at the supper club.
The program, a reprise of last year’s series at the venue, was a lovely selection that showcased the range of her vocal prowess. It included Broadway
A song which brought her and her audience to tears
“Last Sunday, I was able to greet her a Happy Mother’s Day which was her first. Because a few days before that, the adoption process for her little girl had come through. There are those of us in this world who are meant to be parents, and I mean that in the most loving of ways, people who really should be blessed with a child. And you can be a parent in many different ways… sometimes it’s about opening up your heart to a kid who needs you.”
Salonga also announced the release of her new album “Blurred Lines” which includes all the songs in the show.
The selection includes a “Greatest Hits Medley” with
Life is good.