More on Michael Feinstein’s plate

It looks like Michael Feinstein, the high-profile Artistic Director of the Carmel Performing Arts Center, will have a busy 2010.

His show "All About Me" will be opening on Broadway in March. It’s his first Broadway bow since 1990’s "Michael Feinstein in Concert: Piano and Voice." More on the show from Playbill.com.

Feinstein also owns his own NYC club, Feinstein’s at Loew’s Regency and, according to his website, will be serving as Director of the Popular Song Series for Live at Lincoln Center.

And that’s not all. He’s also now working on a proposed Broadway musical version of "The Thomas Crown Affair." Plus he’s prepping a globe-trotting PBS TV series, "Michael Feinstein: Man on a Mission."

The question, of course, is: How much time will he have for Carmel?

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