Jennifer Damiano to Make Solo Concert Debut at Feinstein's/54 Below This Summer
Tony Award nominee Jennifer Damiano will make her solo concert debut at Feinstein's 54 Below this summer! There will be three performances on July 26th, July 29th, and July 30th.
The description of the concert reads:
"Fresh off her critically acclaimed performance in Broadway's American Psycho, Tony Award nominee Jennifer Damiano is ready to share her unique journey into adulthood in her solo concert debut at Feinstein's/54 Below! Damiano made her Broadway debut at age 15 in Spring Awakening before her breakout performance as 'Natalie' in Next to Normal and later originated the role of Mary Jane Watson in Bono and The Edge's Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Written with Pulitzer-prize winner Brian Yorkey (Next to Normal) with new arrangements by music director Benjamin Rauhala (American Psycho) and produced by John Mara Jr., the concert will take a look back at Damiano's whirlwind of an adolescence in the theater, with favorite melodies from her life and career throughout. Join us this summer for a theatrical coming-of-age that is not to be missed!"
JENNIFER DAMIANO, starring as Jean in "American Psycho" through this weekend, received a Tony Award nomination for creating the role of "Natalie" in the critically acclaimed Broadway production, Next To Normal. She returned to Broadway as the original "Mary Jane Watson" in Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, with music and lyrics by U2, and starred in the Off-Broadway musical, Venice, at the Public Theatre. At 15 years old, Jennifer made her Broadway debut in Spring Awakening and was the youngest member of the original cast. Jennifer recently completed shooting the independent film, American Dresser, and can be seen in the indie features Outliving Emily and B-Side, as well as Fourth Man Out, due in theaters early 2016.