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ALLISON PILL @ Feinstein’s at Vitello’s
September 30 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm$20
A night of standards, modern musical hits, and some other classics along with personal stories that will delve into what it’s like living in Hollywood when one’s biggest dream is to play Norma Desmond. With the excruciatingly talented Lem Jay Ignacio providing cabaret piano, and Lemy Ignacio playing some cool jazz guitar.
Alison Pill has effortlessly segued between the stage and big and small screens over an impressive career. A Tony, Outer Critics’, Lucille Lortel and Drama League nominee, Pill has played pivotal roles in three of the Academy’s Best Picture contenders. Her proven ability to seek out and transform into a diverse tapestry of characters has cemented her place as one of the most talented actors working today.
Pill recently completed working on Star Trek: Picard for CBS All Access and season one of the upcoming FX series DEVS from Alex Garland. Most recently she starred in the Oscar nominated auto-biographical film Vice, written and directed by Adam McKay, opposite Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Steve Carrell and on Broadway in the Tony nominated production of Three Tall Women written by Edward Albee, directed by Joe Mantello, opposite Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf.
Pill’s film credits include, Miss Sloane, Hail Caesar!, Snowpiercer, Goon, Scott Pilgrim, Milk, Dan in Real Life, Dear Wendy, and Pieces of April. Her television work includes Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Cult the ABC’s drama The Family, the acclaimed Aaron Sorkin HBO series The Newsroom, the HBO drama In Treatment, The Book of Daniel and Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows.
On stage, Pill starred opposite Ben Stiller in House of Blue Leaves and Edie Falco in This Wide Night and with Abigail Breslin in Broadway’s revival of The Miracle Worker. Her other theatre credits include Wait Until Dark, Reasons to be Pretty, Mauritius and Blackbird, for which she received Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle and The Drama League Award nominations. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her Broadway debut in The Lieutenant of Inishmore and for a Lucille Lortel Award for On the Mountain. She won The Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble in the U.S. premiere of The Distance from Here.