Randy Graff's multifaceted career as singer/actress has made her at home on Broadway, Off Broadway, in regional theaters and concert halls from coast to coast. Winning the coveted Tony Award® for City of Angels as well as Outer Critics, Drama Desk and Tony® nominations for her work in A Class Act, Randy has starred on the Great White Way alongside some of the great stage screen and television actors of our time—Nathan Lane in Neil Simon’s Laughter on The 23rd Floor, Carol Burnett in Moon Over Buffalo, Alfred Molina in Fiddler on the Roof as well as creating the role of Fantine in the original Broadway production of Les Miserables. In concert, Randy has graced the stages of Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and Town Hall as well as guest soloist with several world class symphonies.




Tony Award winner Randy Graff’s new solo show, Made In Brooklyn…Bound For Broadway, will pull at your heartstrings in a musical celebration of the songwriters and artists we know and love who hail from her hometown of Brooklyn, New York. With great wit and poignancy, Randy takes you on a nostalgic journey in story and song with the music of the Gershwins, Comden and Green, Marvin Hamlisch, Carole King, Neil Sedaka and more. Like your new best friend with a voice to knock your socks off, you’ll be rooting for Randy as she sings her way from the street corners of Brooklyn to her star turn on Broadway.

The evening includes such favorite hits as “Alfie”, “What I Did For Love”, “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do”, “On The Sunny Side of The Street’, "Close To You", " I'll Never Fall In Love Again", "People" and many more.