icon-series-jazz.png Signature Series

Jeremy Jordan

October 10 AT 8:00 PM
October 11 AT 7:00 PM & 9:30 PM

Star of Broadway, film, and television, Jeremy Jordan, shares songs and stories that have defined his swift rise to stardom.  The evening will include music from Broadway's Newsies, SMASH, and his upcoming film, The Last 5 Years, along with his own personal favorites.  

Jeremy will also be conducting a master class at 1:00pm on October 11. For more details and to reserve a spot, see The Classes!

TICKETS*: $35-$65
Buy Tickets: October 10
*$12 food or beverage minimum

Jeremy Jordan was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. He was always a singer, but at the age of 17, he accidentally fell in love with acting when cast as The Mute in the musical, The Fantasticks. After high school, Jeremy went on to study drama at Ithaca College and moved to New York City after graduating in 2007.

After about a year of catering and waiting tables, he began to book some regional theatre work, and in early 2009, landed his first Broadway show, Rock of Ages.  He was a swing, understudying several roles including the lead.  In December of 2009, he left Rock of Ages to play Tony in Broadway's West Side Story.


After West Side Story, Jeremy traveled to Sarasota, Florida to play Clyde Barrow opposite Laura Osnes in Bonnie & Clyde. He then headed to Atlanta, Georgia to shoot his first feature film, “Joyful Noise,” opposite Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah. Todd Graff, who wrote and directed the film, decided to cast him in the movie after coincidentally attending Jeremy's very first performance as the lead in Rock of Ages.

In the fall of 2011, Jeremy fulfilled a childhood dream when he was cast as Jack Kelly in Disney's world premiere production of Newsies at Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. He played Jack at night, and during the day rehearsed Bonnie & Clyde, which was coming to Broadway shortly after Newsies finished its regional run.

Bonnie & Clyde opened on Broadway in November, 2011 but sadly would close after only 69 performances. Jeremy earned the Theatre World Award for his performance. Shortly afterward, Jeremy announced he'd return to Newsies to star in its new run on Broadway.  Newsies opened to sold-out houses and critical raves for Jeremy, who received a Tony nomination as Best Actor in a Musical for this star-making role. He also earned a Grammy nomination for the Newsies cast album. Just four months into the run, Jeremy would pull double duty once again, filming a series regular role on NBC's hit series “Smash” while still starring in Newsies. After a couple months of sleepless nights and no days off, Jeremy left Newsies to film “Smash” full-time.

Around the same time, in September of 2012, Jeremy married fellow Broadway actress, Ashley Spencer. It was a busy year.

Last summer, Jeremy landed a starring role in a film adaptation of "The Last 5 Years," the cult musical from Jason Robert Brown. Starring opposite Oscar and Tony nominee, Anna Kendrick, and directed by Richard LaGravenese, the highly-anticipated film will announce its theatrical release soon.

"Jeremy Jordan's show Breaking Character was exceedingly enjoyable, meriting the 2 standing ovations he received. His magnificent vocal talent and easy-going charisma are two assets that put him right at the top, in a clique of very special, enduring Broadway performers." - Broadway World

"Best in class. A truly delightful experience - over the top!"

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