Tovah Feldshuh (SHS Class of '66) is being featured in Yale's Cabaret Conference on July 23rd, where she will her premiere her new show.
Tovah's already had an astounding career, debuting on Broadway just a few years after she left Scarsdale, and continuing to perform on and off Broadway ever since. Her one woman show, Golda's Balcony, telling the story of Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, is the longest running one-woman show in Broadway history and netted her a Tony Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Play (2004). She's also been in everything from series like Ugly Betty and Law and Order.
Tovah started performing in cabarets with Tovah: Crossovah! From Broadway To Cabaret and Tovah: Out of Her Mind! Her works in those plays got her named the best Cabaret artist of 2000, and she has managed to maintain that same high quality of work since. Her new show, Aging is Optional, will feature the combination of music and comedy that has made her others shows popular and critical hits.
You can find out more information about Yale's Cabaret Conference hereand if you want to keep track of Tovah's career, you can follow her at her website, tovahfeldshuh.com.