Golden Globe winner, Grammy nominee, ShowWest winner, accomplished singer, film and Broadway star all describe Pia Zadora. Performing since the age of six, for those who have seen her in concert, what comes to mind first, and describes this multi-talented performer is simply this:
Pia Zadora is the complete entertainer.
The #1 Cabaret act in Vegas, Pia sings All-American classics Fridays and Saturdays at Piero's Italian Cuisine.
With a repertoire that includes classics like "Your're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You," "Get Me to the Church On Time," and "I Am What I Am," celebrity guests from all over Vegas and beyond join Pia for a fun and entertaining night. Come a little early and enjoy dinner during the show.
An evening with Pia equals great entertainment with a great start and a memorable and amazing finish.
Regular guests include Rich Little, Steve Rossi, Zowie Bowie, Peter Pavone, Drew Anthony, Marc Love, and Bo Henderson.
There's no ticket or cover, just a 2 drink minimum making Pia's Place a great date night for couples of all ages. Check out Pia's calendar for dates, times, and other special engagements.
Internationally beloved and iconic entertainer Pia Zadora is back and better than ever, wooing fans with a brand new musical revue celebrating her extraordinary career and life! Pia Reloaded will debut on August 5, 2014, at New York City's famous Metropolitan Room for a five-show engagement!
Pia Reloaded is backed by former Sinatra pianist Vinnie Falcone and directed by Emmy, Golden Globe and Las Vegas Star of the Year-winning producer, Jeff Kutash. All costumes and gowns are designed by fashion icon, Bob Mackie.
Pia appeared in the original Broadway cast at the age of 10 in Fidder on the Rood. On June 9th, The largest-ever reunion of original, revival, and film cast veterans will perform a benefit concert titled Raising the Roof for The National Yiddish Theatre — Folksbiene to commemorate the occasion.
The performance will be held on June 9 at Broadway's Town Hall. The roster of Fiddler veterans set to perform includes Topol (Oscar nominee and Golden Globe Award winner for the 1972 film); Tony winners Jerry Zaks, Andrea Martin, Randy Graff, and Peg Murray; Tony nominees Adrienne Barbeau, Liz Larsen, and Louis Zorich; Golden Globe winner Pia Zadora; and Emmy winner Fyvush Finkel.
Also performing will be Joanna Merlin, Rosalind Harris, Neva Small, and more than 40 Fiddler vets, including Sammy Dallas Bayes, Robert Berdeen, Duane Bodin, Joanne Borts, Mike Burstyn, Rachel Coloff, Tanya Everett, Michael J. Farina, Louis Genevrino, Lori Ada Jaroslow, Sandra Kazan, T. Doyle Leverett, Faye Menken Schneier, Carolyn Mignini, Joe Ponazecki, Larry Ross, Carol Sawyer, Roberta Senn, Harriet Slaughter, Cheryl Stern, Mimi Turque Marre, and Lori Wilner. Additional guests will be announced at a later date.