Facetime Interview: Gloria Reuben: "The Men I Love" at Feinstein's/54 Below
In my shakiest interview to date (probably because of my excitement), I interview Emmy & Golden Globe Nominee Gloria Reuben live from Feinstein's/54 Below, who’s best known for her run on NBC's ER.
On the heels of her 2017 sold-out shows at Feinstein's/54 Below Ladies' Night: Great Ladies of Song & Great Ladies of Motown, Gloria & I discuss her new show The Men I Love, Gloria's tribute to all the male composers that have inspired her. We also talk about touring with the legendary Tina Turner!
The Men I Love will play Feinstein's/54 Below (254 West 54th Street, between Broadway & 8th Avenue) on September 20 at 9:30pm. Click here for tickets!
"Call Me Adam's" Facetime Video interview with Gloria Reuben:
More on Gloria:
Gloria Reuben is an actress and singer whose credits span television, film, theater and music.
Gloria began playing classical piano at the age of five. Music has been a mainstay in her life ever since. One of the biggest moments in her music career was being a backup singer for Tina Turner in Tina’s 2000 tour 24/7, which led Gloria to record her solo record JUST FOR YOU. She released her debut jazz album PERCHANCE TO DREAM in 2015, produced by the five time Grammy Award winning producer Marty Ashby, on the iconic MCG Jazz label.
Many will remember Gloria as “Jeanie Boulet” on the hit NBC series ER, a role that garnered her two Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe nomination. Since then, Gloria has had multiple regular starring roles in a variety of television series including RAISING THE BAR and FALLING SKIES. Gloria currently co-stars in the hit USA Network series MR. ROBOT and has a recurring role on the new scripted VH1 series THE BREAKS. And in 2018 she will be co-starring in Marvel’s new television show CLOAK & DAGGER.
In film, Gloria portrayed “Elizabeth Keckley” alongside Daniel Day-Lewis & Sally Field in Steven Spielberg’s LINCOLN, appeared alongside Paul Rudd and Tina Fey in Paul Weitz’s ADMISSION, and starred opposite Samuel L. Jackson in REASONABLE DOUBT.
Gloria’s portrayal of Condoleezza Rice in David Hare’s play STUFF HAPPENS at The Public Theater in NYC, garnered her a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.