Cabaret’s “it” girl, the beautiful and bewitching Maude Maggart, returns to the Oak Room with a new show celebrating love as interpreted by Cole Porter, Noel Coward, Stephen Sondheim, Harry Warren, Rodgers & Hart and Marshall Barer…and as youthfully reinterpreted by Maude with a voice, according to The New York Post, that “radiates beauty.” John Boswell is musical director and accompanist.

The engagement runs from Tuesday April 13th through Saturday May 8th. Shows are Tuesday-Thursday at 8:30 and Friday-Saturday at 8:30 and 11 pm. Cover charge is $50 per person plus either a $30 food and beverage minimum or $60 prix fixe dinner, with dinner seating at 7 pm. Reservations: 221 419 9331 or bmcgurn@algonquinhotel.com

A scion of a show business family whose grandmother starred in the famed George White Scandals, whose parents met while appearing on Broadway in Applause and whose sister is pop singer-songwriter Fiona Apple, Maude has exploded into one of today’s most compelling international concert and recording artists.

Maude recently made her screen debut in a new film about Kurt Weill by director-actor-screenwriter Robert Downey, Sr. Her most recent TV appearance was the Clint Eastwood-produced “Johnny Mercer: The Dream’s On Me,” an all-star special celebrating the Mercer Centenary, in which she shared a duet with young jazz star Jamie Cullum (another Oak Room alum). Her latest CD, Maude Maggart Live, includes classic love songs. She has headlined shows at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater Company, New York’s Downtown River to River Festival, Guild Hall in East Hampton, the Palm Beach Pops and with mentor Michael Feinstein in his “Standard Time” concert series in Carnegie Hall. She recently made her third annual appearance in the “American Songbook in London” series.