Photo Coverage: Shoshana Bean Plays Le Poison Rouge
Shoshana Bean has returned home to New York City after a string of twelve sold out engagements at Barre Vermont in Los Angeles with an all-new show.
Having spent the year entertaining audiences around the world from Los Angeles and Australia to London and Switzerland, Shoshana Bean returned to New York City for the first time since her 2010 Jazz at Lincoln Center concert and sold out command performance at Le Poisson Rouge concert in January of 2010. This time she was armed with brand new tunes and a brand new mission!
Worship at the church of high heels, sequins, booze, blues, soul, riffs and whistle-tones. In the show, Shoshana deftly creates an electrifying and unique experience for her audiences. This soulful party is full of brand new original tunes and covers from the greatest classic soul singers, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin, Etta James and Otis Redding. Music for the bruised, but not broken.Best known for her roles in the Broadway smash hits WICKED and HAIRSPRAY and a stellar performance alongside Brian McKnight on the SOUL TRAIN LADY OF SOUL AWARDS, Shoshana Bean released her debut solo album SUPERHERO on December 2, 2008. In it's first week of sales, SUPERHERO peaked at #5 on the itunes R&B charts, making it the only independent album in the top 100. Her work as a singer/songwriter has been featured on MTV's The Hills, Mercy and her debut single "Superhero" was used to promote NBC's Monday night line-up. "Superhero" recently received an Independent Music Award for best R&B song. www.shoshanabean.com
BroadwayWorld was on hand and brings you photo coverage below.
Photo Credit: Kevin Thomas Garcia
Shoshana Bean, Melanie Nyema and Autumn Rowe