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Night of Bond-age; Daisy Eagan and Jordan Kai Burnett Bring ‘Rejected Bond Girls’ to Feinstein’s/54 Below

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On Sunday (11/15), Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan (The Secret Garden) and her comedy partner, Jordan Kai Burnett (Seussical, “Brunch of Shame”), will mount, “Rejected Bond Girls” at Feinstein’s/54 Below. Right on the heels of the latest Bond film, “Spectre,” the night of songs featuring special guests including Beth Malone (Fun Home) and The Skivvies, will celebrate the best and worst that 24 Bond films and counting have to offer.

But what do these ladies have to offer? Here’s a sneak peek of the hilarity, at a previous Feinstein’s/54 Below engagement: “Ghost Light,” conceived, produced, and co-hosted by Center On The Aisle’s Steve Schonberg (shameless!).

Together, the duo will host this evening of incredible Broadway talent singing iconic and beloved Bond songs, from the best (“Goldfinger”), to the worst (“A View to a Kill?” – their claim, not ours).

Other guest stars include Tony Award Winner Cady Huffman (The Producers), Drama Desk Award Nominee Eric Anderson(Kinky Boots, Rocky, Waitress), Marty Thomas, and Joanna Alexis Jones (Gotta Dance).

For more information and tickets: (646) 476-3551 / http://54below.com/artist/daisy-eagan-and-jordan-kai-burnett-sing-james-bond/


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