Something Wonderful:          Richard Rodgers In Song


KT Sullivan is a regular headliner at The Oak Room of The Algonquin
Hotel and Cafe Sabarsky in The Neue Gallerie on Fifth Avenue. Stephen
Holden of The NY Times said she is “ the Cabaret equivalent of whipped
cream atop a surprisingly nutritious dessert.” She was Michael
Feinstein’s guest star at Carnegie’s Zankel Hall and made her West End debut in her show “Vienna to Weimar” at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre

With Mark Nadler, KT co-wrote and starred in the Off-Broadway show,
American Rhapsody (winner of the MAC award for the best revue and
nominee for Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk Awards). Their new show “Alway: The Love Story of Irving Berlin” won the 2004 Nightlife and MAC Awards. Her Broadway credits include “The Threepenny Opera” with Sting, the play “Broadway”, (directed by George Abbott). and the leading role in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. She co-starred in the workshop of “Easter Parade” with Tommy Tune, the national tour of “Annie Get Your Gun”, and appeared Off-Broadway in “Splendora” and “A....My Name is still Alice”.

KT has performed with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops Orchestra
at Carnegie Hall and has headlined at Caramoor, Spoleto, The Chichester
Festival in England, the Adelaide Festival in Australia, and La
Nouvelle Eve in Paris. She regularly performs in “Larry’s Room” at
Pizza on the Park in London and John Drew Theatre’s Guild Hall in East

Her television credits include “Police Squad”, “Night Court”,” Remington
Steele”, and PBS’ “In Performance at The White House’. She has recorded
six albums on the DRG label including “The Sweetest Sounds of Richard Rodgers” with LarryWoodard (MAC Award), “Sing My Heart: The Songs of

Harold Arlen,” “Live from the Rainbow and Stars: The Songs of Bart
Howard” (Bistro Award), and “Crazy World”(Voted #1 in the Vocals
Category by Pulse Magazine) Liza Minnelli presented her with the
Manhattan Association of Cabarets’ coveted Outstanding Female Vocalist
Award. Her most recent CD “Ladies of the Silver Screen” with James
Followell was nominated for last year’s MAC award for best major

KT has played leading roles (including Billie Dawn in “Born Yesterday” and
Frances in “Light Up the Sky”) at such distinguished theaters as The Old
Globe, Long Wharf, Missouri Rep, Paper Mill Playhouse, and
Goodspeed Opera House.

KT was named one of the 100 Most Outstanding Irish Americans by Irish
America Magazine and is married to outstanding Irish American Steve Downey.