Annie Golden, Lauren Marcus & More Return For The Encore Of 54 SINGS LADY GAGA
Back after a sold out performance in January... "Shallow," "Born This Way," "Edge of Glory," "You & I," "Million Reasons" - the music newly minted Oscar award-winning singer/songwriter and pop culture icon, Lady Gaga, comes back to Feinstein's/54 Below for one night only! Join over a dozen Broadway performers and rising starts as we celebrate the decade long careers of one of this generation's most trailblazing artists: Lady Gaga.
Annie Golden (Netflix's "Orange Is The New Black"), Lauren Marcus (Be More Chill), Isabelle McCalla (The Prom), Joseph Allen (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Mackenzie Dade (The Sound of Music), Morgan Siobhan Green (Be More Chill), F. Michael Haynie (Charle and the Chocolate Factory), Destinee Rea (The Book of Mormon), Brian Charles Rooney (The Three-Penny Opera), David Rowen (Bob Marley's Three Little Birds), Nathan Salstone (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), and Talia Suskauer (Be More Chill) from the January event will be joined by new cast members Kelly McIntyre (A Night with Janis Joplin), Ezra Menas (Jagged Little Pill), and Lianah Sta. Ana (Miss Saigon) on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019, at 9:30PM at Feinstein's/54 Below.
The concert will also feature Gregory Driscoll (Run For Your Wife), Asher Dubin (The Body Politic), Jason Goldston (Becoming Nancy), Atiauna Grant (Jesus Christ Superstar), Samantha Littleford (Hair), and Jenna Najjar (Mary Poppins) on back-up vocals. Casting is subject to change.
The evening is directed and produced by Jenn Maley and Benjamin Nissen, and musical directed by Luke Williams. The band will include Megan Talay on guitar, Andi Buch on bass, Noah Hadland on drums, and Luke Williams on piano. Lauren Echausse & Larisa Jiao are the assistant producers, and projections will be designed by Robert W. Schneider. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Born This Way Foundation.
54 SINGS Lady Gaga will be presented on April 23rd, 2019 for one performance only - at 9:30PM. Tickets start at $35 with a $25 food and beverage minimum. Feinstein's/54 Below is located at 254 W. 54th Street. For more information and tickets, call (646) 476-3551 or visit https://54below.com/events/gaga/.
Annie Golden is a Broadway veteran who made her debut in the original production of Hair, in 1977. Since then, you may have seen her perform in shows such as Leader of the Pack, On the Town, The Full Monty, Xanadu, and most recently in the 2014 revival of Violet. Golden is also known for being the lead singer of The Shirts and for portraying mute Norma Romano in the Netflix original-series "Orange is the New Black". This summer she will star Off-Broadway as herself in Joe Iconis' new musical Broadway Bounty Hunter.
Lauren Marcus made her Broadway debut in February as Brooke Lohst & Other Weirdos in Be More Chill. Recently, Marcus starred in the Off-Broadway productions of Be More Chill (Brooke) at Two River Theatre and Signature Theatre, The Humans (Brigid) at the St. Louis Repertory Theatre, and Company (Amy) at Barrington Stage Company. Marcus is also a singer/songwriter currently performing in residence at Rockwood Music Hall.
Isabelle McCalla made her Broadway debut as Jasmine in Disney's Aladdin, after playing the role on the national tour. Currently, McCalla is starring as Alyssa in Casey Nicholaw's newest Broadway show, The Prom. She has performed at The MUNY and appeared on TV as Erica in "Bull".
Joseph Allen is a recent graduate of Penn State University and just finished a successful run in Hairspray (North Shore Music Theatre), directed by Jeff Whiting. Recent credits include Be More Chill (Jeremy), Big River (Huck), Something Wicked This Way Comes (Will). He was most recently seen in Austyn's Pride at ACT.
Mackenzie Dade toured with The Sound of Music as a performer, assistant dance captain, and now, assistant choreographer. Recent credits include We Foxes (Willa) at the Goodspeed Opera House, and West Side Story (Anybodys) at the New London Barn Playhouse.
Morgan Siobhan Green made her Broadway debut in February as a swing (u/s Christine, Chloe, Brooke, & Jenna) in Be More Chill. Recently, Green starred as Hannah in Pipeline Theatre Company's world premiere production of Folk Wandering, and as Jules in the world premiere of Between The Lines, directed by Jeff Calhoun.
F. Michael Haynie made his Broadway debut in 2012 as Boq in Wicked. Haynie later went on to perform in Holler If Ya Hear Me, and as originate the role of Augustus Gloop in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Recent credits include NBC's "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert" and NBC's "Peter Pan Live."
Kelly McIntyre just finished headlining the Second National Tour of A Night With Janis Joplin, and has performed in theaters across the country, such as, McCarter Theatre, Laguna Playhouse, and American Conservatory Theatre. Recent credits include For Tonight (Goodspeed Opera House), Into The Sun (New York Musical Theatre Festival), and Days of Rage (New York Theatre Barn).
Ezra Menas will be making his Broadway debut this fall in Jagged Little Pill, after playing the role at The American Repertory Theatre. Recent credits include RENT (Casa Mañana Theatre), Legally Blonde (The Music Theatre of Wichita), and A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to The Forum (Rupel J. Jones Theatre).
Destinee Rea made her Broadway debut in 2017, in Amelie, and is currently performing in The Book of Mormon. Rea toured as Lucille in Junie B. Jones, and has been seen around the country in theaters such as Sacramento Music Circus, North Shore Music Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, and Two River Theatre Company.
Brian Charles Rooney made his Broadway debut as Lucy Brown in The Three-Penny Opera, co-starring Alan Cumming, Cyndi Lauper, and more. Recent credits include Bedbugs!!!, Miss Blanche Tells It All, and When Pigs Fly. Television credits include "Camelot, Live from Lincoln Center" and "Sondheim! The Birthday Concert," both directed by Lonny Price for PBC at Lincoln Center.
David Rowen is a Helen Hayes Award-nominated actor and musician. Recent credits include the Off-Broadway production of Bob Marley's Three Little Birds, Hair (Patchogue Theatre), directed by John McDaniel, the world premiere of Diner (Signature Theatre), directed by Kathleen Marshall, and The Color Purple (Toby's of Columbia).
Lianah Sta. Ana made her Broadway debut as the Kim alternate in the 2017 revival of Miss Saigon. Recently, she starred in Women on Fire: Stories from the Frontlines (Royal Family Performing Arts Space). She is a YoungArts Theatre alumna and has performed at the White House, Paper Mill Playhouse, Lincoln Center, The Garden, and Barclays Center.
Nathan Salstone made his Broadway debut as an original cast member in the Tony Award-winning play, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child. Recent credits include Rags (Goodspeed Opera House), The Merchant of Venice and Carousel (Texas Shakespeare Festival), and Floyd Collins (Front Porch Theatricals).
Talia Suskauer made making her Broadway debut in February as a swing (u/s Christine, Chloe, Brooke, & Jenna) in Be More Chill. Suskauer recently appeared in the Off-Broadway production of Be More Chill, as well as the world-premiere production of Love in Hate Nation as a part of the Penn State University New Musicals Initiative.