Show - Rachel Bay Jones

Friday, Jun 25, 2021 at 7:00pm

Feinstein's - 54 Below
254 W 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

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In her new solo show, Rachel Bay Jones (Tony®, Grammy, and Emmy Award Winner from Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen) shares the songs and stories that have shaped her life and career. Rachel’s intimate yet soaring voice creates an incredibly dynamic evening, featuring music by David Yazbek, Lyle Lovett, Paul Simon, and Pasek & Paul, among others.

Directed by Jack Cummings III and Musical Direction by Randy Redd.

Rachel Bay Jones is best known for originating the role of ‘Heidi Hansen’ in the Original Broadway Cast of Dear Evan Hansen, and received a Tony Award®, Emmy Award, Grammy Award, Lucille Lortel Award, and Drama League Nomination for her performance. She can currently be seen on the hit ABC series “Modern Family,” CBS’ “God Friended Me,” and in the feature film Ben Is Back, opposite Julia Roberts. She stars in the upcoming feature film Critical Thinking, directed by and opposite John Leguizamo. Additional Broadway credits include Pippin, Hair, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. Off-Broadway & Regional/National Tour include Dear Evan Hansen (Drama Desk Nomination) at Second Stage, First Daughter Suite at The Public Theater, Hello Again, A Christmas Story, Pippin, Sylvia, and The King and I. On television, Rachel recently appeared on NBC’s “Law & Order: SVU,” ABC’s “The Family,” and the FX series “Louie.” She is currently touring her new solo concert series Something Beautiful, and her debut solo album ShowFolk can be purchased on iTunes and Amazon.

Randy Redd has been seen on Broadway in Million Dollar Quartet, Ring of Fire, and Parade. Off Broadway, in Max Vernon’s The View Upstairs, Terrence McNally’s Some Men, The Burnt Part Boys, Pump Boys & Dinettes, Lucky Stiff, Alain Boublil’s Manhattan Parisienne, and Allegrodirected by John Doyle. Directing credits include Swing Wings, Extraordinary Joe, Million Dollar Quartet, Smoke on the Mountain, The Who’s Tommy, Sweet Potato Queens, Les Misérables, and Fiction in Photographs. Original works: Awful/Good, Touché, Mississippi Sugar, What’s That Smell with David Pittu, Elkin Dab, and Sons of Levi. Recordings: Jason Robert Brown’s Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes, The Burnt Part Boys, Ring of Fire, Lucky Stiff, Parade, The View UpStairs, NEO, Robin Skye’s House of Love, and ShowFolk with Rachel Bay Jones.

Doors: 5:00 pm

Please note that all artists and acts are subject to change at any time.

PRICING

$70 – $80

VIP Seating: $105

Premiums: $135

Additional $6 If Purchased At Venue

$25 Food & Beverage Minimum

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