KT has been a regular headliner at the Oak Room of New York’s Algonquin Hotel since 1992 and for several years at the Neue Galerie’s Café Sabarsky on Fifth Avenue and Live on the Park in London. She made her
KT has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall,
In addition, KT has seven albums in worldwide distribution on the DRG label, including “Crazy World” (voted #1 in the vocals category of Tower Records’ Pulse Magazine) and “Live From Rainbow and Stars: The Songs of Bart Howard,” which won Backstage magazine’s Bistro Award. Her latest CD “A Swell Party, RSVP Cole Porter” with Mark Nadler and saxophonist Loren Schoenberg was recorded during an extended engagement at the Hal Prince Theatre in
Ms. Sullivan’s Broadway credits include The Three Penny Opera with Sting, the play Broadway directed by George Abbott, and the leading role in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. She also played featured roles in the national tour of Annie Get Your Gun as well as the workshop production of Easter Parade with Tommy Tune. Off-Broadway, KT appeared in Splendora , A My Name is Still Alice, and with Mark Nadler she wrote and starred in American Rhapsody: George Gershwin to the World, receiving Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominations and winning the MAC Award for best musical revue. Her regional theatre credits include the Old Globe Theatre, Hartford Stage Company, Municipal Opera of St. Louis, Missouri Rep, Goodspeed Opera House, Paper Mill Playhouse and The Great Lakes Theater Festival, where her roles have ranged from Frances in Light Up The Sky and Carrie in Carousel to Meg in Brigadoon and Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday.
On television, KT guest starred on Police Squad, Night Court, Remington Steele, Hardcastle and McCormick, Cabaret 13 with Michael Feinstein and In Performance at the White House, with Mary Martin. Liza Minnelli presented KT Sullivan with the