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Christine Ebersole stars in After the Ball at Café Carlyle.

Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole returned to the Café Carlyle October 11 with a new show entitled After The Ball.

Christine Ebersole will make a triumphant return to the Cafe Carlyle on October 11, kicking off what will be her sixth engagement at the legendary Upper East Side venue. Believe it or not, though, the two-time Tony Award winner (42ND STREET, GREY GARDENS) still finds cabaret to be the most intimidating performance capacity for an artist, but simultaneously the most rewarding. Prior to her run of shows, BroadwayWorld had a chance to chat with Ebersole about what it's like to perform in a…

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Patti LuPone, left and Christine Ebersole, stars of "War Paint" (Joan Marcus(

Christine Ebersole joined Soul Sisters at NYC's Chord Club in advance of her upcoming residency at the Café Carlyle to chat about her astounding body of work, which has only accelerated since an agent in L.A. once told her she was too old to get good roles anymore. (Before she won those two Tony's, by the way.)


Review: Christine Ebersole Has a Soundtrack for Starting New Chapters

The singer explores the options of a woman who suddenly finds her nest empty in “After the Ball” at Café Carlyle.

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Clockwise From Top Left: Delta Burke, Lily Rabe, Christine Ebersole and Rebecca Gayheart in Steel Magnolias


"Amadeus" (1984). COUNTRY: United States. DIRECTOR: Milos Forman. SCREENWRITER: Peter Shaffer (Play: Peter Shaffer). COMPOSER: W.A. Mozart. CAST: Tom Hulce, F. Murray Abraham, Elizabeth Berridge, Simon Callow, Roy Dotrice, Christine Ebersole, Jeffrey Jones, Charles Kay, Richard Frank, Cynthia Nixon, Vincent Schiavelli, Kenneth McMillan, Kenny Baker