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Joe Iconis Takes Over Barrington Stage September 2

Joe Iconis Takes Over Barrington Stage September 2

Barrington Stage Company (BSC) will welcome back one of its most popular performers, Joe Iconis, in Joe Iconis and Family Take Over the Mainstage on Sunday, September 2 at 7:00pm.

Joe Iconis and his tribe of musical theatre misfits return to the Mainstage for a special one-night-only concert back by popular demand! These musical mavericks will make it clear why The New York Times calls Joe "the future of musical theatre" with songs about anything and everything that make you laugh, cry, scream or drink. It's the perfect way to say goodbye to summer.

The evening will include performances by Liz Lark Brown (The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks), Harrison Chad (BSC The Black Suits), Alexandra Ferrara (ReWrite), Amanda Flynn (Wicked), Tom Jorgensen (Broadway Bounty Hunter band member), Ian Kagey (Hundred Days), Rachel Lee (Joe Iconis Christmas Extravaganza), Jeremy Morse (Waitress), Destinee Rea (Amélie), Rob Rokicki (The Lightning Thief), Philip Jackson Smith (Mozart in the Jungle), Cori Stolbun, (Be More Chill) Alexandra Tripp (Cuff Me: Fifty Shades of Grey Parody), Jason Veasey (BSC Broadway Bounty Hunter) and Jared Weiss (Search: Paul Clayton).

Joe Iconis is a writer and performer. The Original Cast Recording of his musical Be More Chill (NYC Signature Theater Summer 2018) has been streamed over 150 Million times. He is the author of Broadway Bounty Hunter, Bloodsong of Love, The Black Suits, ReWrite, Theatreworks USA's The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks and We The People, and the currently in development Untitled Unauthorized Hunter S. Thompson Musical for La Jolla Playhouse and Love In Hate Nation. Joe's songs appeared on Season 2 of NBC's "Smash" and The New York Times called him "the future of musical theatre." Joe is deliriously inspired by Robert Altman, Dolly Parton, Martin Scorsese, Sardi's, The Rolling Stones, whiskey, The Muppets and The Family of artists he frequently surrounds himself with.

Tickets range from $35-45. Limited onstage tickets are available for $60 and can only be purchased at the BSC Box Office or over the phone at (413) 236-8888.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride / WM Photos

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