BOTH PERFORMANCES WITH MANDY GONZALEZ ARE SOLD OUT. TO BE PLACED ON A WAITLIST PLEASE CALL THE BOX OFFICE AT 317.275.1169.
Thursday, August 31: 8PM | Friday, September 1: 8PM Tickets: $95-$20* *Student tickets
Mandy Gonzalez, now starring in the Tony Award winning hit musical Hamilton as Angelica Schuyler, brings her acclaimed show and talent to The Cabaret. Star of Broadway, television, and film, Mandy is best known for her portrayal of Nina Rosario in In the Heights, for which she received a Drama Desk Award after originating the role Off-Broadway at 37 Arts. Mandy won an OBIE Award in the Off-Broadway production of Eli’s Comin’, subsequently appearing on Broadway in Aida, Dance of the Vampires, Lennon, and as Elphaba in Wicked. On screen, Mandy had a recent recurring role on ABC’s Quantico, and can currently be seen in a recurring role in the hit CBS show Madam Secretary. Join us as Mandy raises the roof with her powerhouse vocals in an evening of classic Broadway, pop and standards not to be missed!
Student Tickets: $20 (Restricted to Preferred section, Available by calling the box office).
The Lounge Tickets: Members (Ages 21-35) will receive 20% off per ticket. Must be a member of The Lounge at time of purchase. Membership is free! Click here to join.
September 1, 2017 11:30 am-1:30 pm - JW Marriott Indianapolis
Be sure to get your tickets for the Arts Council of Indianapolis Start with Art luncheon. This year's official kick-off to the new arts season will include stirring performances, recognition of exemplary people and programs in the arts through the presentation of the 2017 ARTI Awards, remarks by one of Indy's biggest arts cheerleaders, Mayor Joe Hogsett, and a not-to-miss keynote presentation and performance by the current star of Broadway's Hamilton, Mandy Gonzalez! Order your tables now! Early reservations receive choice seating to be closer to all the action!
By Seth Rudetsly, Playbill
September 17, 2017
This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares the details of his concert with Will Swenson, how he surprised Terrence Mann, and a hint about a guest performer for Deconstructing Patti.