Cheyenne Jackson to Headline BROADWAY CLASSICS at Carnegie Hall, 11/29
Manhattan Concert Productions just announced Cheyenne Jackson will join a star-studded cast for the performance of Broadway Classics at Carnegie Hall on Friday, November 29, 8PM at the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall.
Toasting Thanksgiving and welcoming December holidays, Manhattan Concert Productions presents a night of popular favorites featuring solos by Cheyenne Jackson and a cast of Broadway stars, with musical theater overtures by the New York City Chamber Orchestra, and vocals by New York City's very own professional Manhattan Chorale.
Cheyenne Jackson previously performed at Carnegie Hall in "The Power of Two" with Michael Feinstein, followed by his solo debut concert with the NY Pops, "Music of the Mad Men Era." Broadway: The Performers, Finian's Rainbow (Drama Desk Award nom), Xanadu (Drama Desk & Drama League Award noms), All Shook Up (Theatre World Award, Drama League & Outer Critics Circle Award noms), Aida and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Off-Broadway: The Agony & The Agony, Altar Boyz, 8, The 24 Hour Plays, On the Twentieth Century and the Encores! productions of Finian's Rainbow and Damn Yankees. In addition, Cheyenne will soon be seen in the upcoming Encores! production of The Most Happy Fella. Jackson's notable television credits include "Onion News Empire," "30 Rock," "Mockingbird Lane," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Glee," and the upcoming "Full Circle." His film credits include Behind the Candelabra, Lola Versus, Price Check, The Green, Hysteria, United 93, and the upcoming Love is Strange,Beautiful Now, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, Opening Night, Lucky Stiff, and Mutual Friends. His solo album, "I'm Blue, Skies," has just been released by SONY/ATV.
Now in its 15th season Manhattan Concert Productions is an educational performance company dedicated to excellence in music making, hospitality and travel details. Its focus is placed on the selection and preparation of visiting musicians, guest conductors, professional bands and orchestras, and soloists. MCP offers workshops, festivals and performance opportunities in renowned venues around the world. Visit www.mcp.us to learn more.
Tickets from just $20 are on sale now. www.carnegiehall.org, CarnegieCharge (212) 247-7800. Box Office at 57th & 7th Ave.