Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt starring as
Nancy And Beth
Fri, May 3, 2019
Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pmFeinstein's at the Nikko
$95.00 - $115.00
Guests requiring accessible seating should book directly by calling 415-394-1167
Parties of 5 or more must be booked directly with the nightclub by calling 415-394-1167
There is a $20.00 per person food and beverage minimum and an 18% gratuity is added to all checks
Doors open 90 minutes prior to the performance for food and beverage service.
Seating is assigned by the Maître d’ based on purchased party size and section.
Patrons are offered seating choices whenever possible
Guests may be required to check coats or bags that do not fit comfortably in the seating area
Parental guidance is recommended for some performances
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Nancy And Beth—the punk/vaudeville heart-child of two friends, Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt—pick dope songs and then sing them while dancing and wearing matching costumes. They’ve been described by Noel Gallagher as “definitely not bigger than The Beatles.”
With a combination of psychic twinship, childlike enthusiasm, rigorous preparation of songs, and zero preparation of what happens in between, Megan, Stephanie and the five dollfaces who back them up—Datri Beans (keyboards, vocals), Petra Haden (strings, vocals), Joe Berardi (drums), Andrew Pressman (bass, vocals), and Roy Williams (guitar, vocals)—have created a musical outfit that is celebratory, surprising, sweet, tuneful, eye-catching, thought-provoking, and amusing.
Nancy And Beth’s self-titled debut is available on limited white vinyl on their website and on all streaming services. Their second LP will be out in 2020, and new music can be heard in the audiobook version of Mullally and Nick Offerman’s New York Times Best Seller, “The Greatest Love Story Ever Told.”
Hailed as “the most avant-garde show to play the Cafe Carlyle in recent memory,” (TheaterMania) and “musical misfits” (NPR’s “All Things Considered”), Nancy And Beth have also wormed their way into the Newport Folk Festival, the Grand Ole Opry, London’s Royal Festival Hall, Solid Sound, and many, many other sweet venues in the US and abroad, leaving audiences with feelings of happiness and contentment not felt after seeing bands like Chick Corea or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
In summation, bring yourself and your friends to see Nancy And Beth (yes, New York Times, the A is capitalized, please try to keep your shit together) and let them entertain you. Bigly. Like two funny fairies who can sing and dance.
Feinstein's at the Nikko
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102