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Julie is thrilled to return to Broadway, where she currently plays Fanny Brice in Funny Girl every Thursday. For her performance, Julie was honored as the 2022 Breakout Star for theater in the New York Times.

Exceptions to her regular schedule are as follows:

  • Sunday 2/19 evening instead of Thursday 2/16

  • Scheduled to perform as Fanny the week of February 21-26 while Lea Michele is on vacation.

  • Scheduled to perform as Fanny the weekend of March 17-19

Read the features about her in the New York Times and Time!

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"Julie Benko's Euphonic Gumbo

Feat. Jason Yeager"

Monday, February 6th at 7PM

Birdland Jazz Club

315 West 44 Street, NYC

For tickets, click here.

For the Livestream, click here.


Broadway’s Funny Girl Julie Benko marches her band out at Birdland in celebration of Mardi Gras! This one-night-only event will take place on Monday, February 6 at 7pm. Joined by six instrumentalists (including her jazz-pianist spouse Jason Yeager) performing in the classic New Orleans jazz style, Julie lets the good times roll with a delightful potpourri of tunes inspired by her love of the Crescent City. Grab your beads and join the parade–nobody’s gonna rain on this one!

"Broadway Belts for PFF!"

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation's Premiere Gala

Monday, March 6th

Sony Hall

235 W 46th St, NYC

For tickets, click here.


Join in person or online. Hosted by Tony Award-winning actress and comedienne Julie Halston, who lost her beloved husband, newscaster Ralph Howard, to pulmonary fibrosis, the event's vital cause draws Broadway's top performers. This year's lineup includes Kate Baldwin, Emily Bergl, Kevin Del Aguila, Raena White, and Julie Benko.

"Julie Sings Jule Styne"

The York Theatre Company Spring Gala

Monday, April 10th

Theatre at St. Jean's

150 E. 76th Street, NYC

For tickets, click here.


Amidst one of Broadway’s most inspiring stories of the past decade, Jule Styne’s music transformed Julie Benko into “the greatest star.” Now, she returns to the York (where she starred in another Jewish-themed Sytne musical: Bar Mitzvah Boy) to an intimate setting with a celebration of the legendary composer’s remarkable repertoire. Alongside her jazz-pianist husband Jason Yeager, Julie brings her trademark charm, comedic timing, and sterling vocals to her namesake’s songbook, performing such well-loved classics as “Just In Time,” “The Party’s Over,” “Make Someone Happy,” “People,” and “Don’t Rain On My Parade,” as well as lesser-known gems from forgotten works. With fascinating stories of Styne’s life and reminiscences of how he has unknowingly shaped hers, Julie Sings Jule Styne is a love letter to the bygone days of Broadway from its newest breakout star.

Bay Area Cabaret presents

"Hand in Hand:

Julie Benko & Jason Yeager in San Francisco"

Sunday, April 16th (2023), 5PM

Venetian Room

Fairmont San Francisco

950 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94108

For tickets, click here.

Julie & Jason bring their beloved concert celebrating their newest release, "Hand in Hand," (Club44 Record)  to San Francisco's most iconic hotel.



Julie released her new duo album with jazz pianist/composer (and her new spouse) Jason Yeager August 26th on Club44 Records to great critical praise. It is currently for sale, along with her debut album Introducing Julie Benko, at the merchandise table in the theater at Funny Girl!

Read more about the album here.


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