This is a repeating eventseptember 29, 2018 8:00 pm
Tickets $95 VIP $85 Main Floor $75 Banquette $55 High Cocktail [button title="BUY TICKETS" link="https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=76faca1c4907252dbdb632e367dcdd7a"
About the Show
Acclaimed singer, songwriter, and Broadway star, Shoshana Bean, will wow you with powerfully heartfelt vocals and a fresh take on big band, jazz, and soul. After making her Broadway debut in the original cast of Hairspray before taking over for Idina Menzel as Elphaba in Wicked, Bean has gone on to record four chart-topping albums and perform all over the world with artists such as Brian McKnight, Postmodern Jukebox, and Michael Jackson.
Inspired largely by Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, and Barbra Streisand, Bean weaves together haunting originals, new workings of contemporary hits and beloved classics to create a sound that is uniquely her own.
About Shoshana Bean
Shoshana Bean’s four independent solo releases have all topped the iTunes charts in the US and UK, with her latest album Spectrum landing at #1 on the Billboard Jazz Charts.
Shoshana has sold out solo concerts around the globe, lent her voice to countless films and television shows, amassed millions of views on YouTube, toured with Postmodern Jukebox, performed alongside David Foster, Ariana Grande, Brian McKnight and sang back up for Michael Jackson for his 30th-anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden. She arranged vocals for Jennifer Lopez’s “American Idol” performance of “I Luh Ya Papi,” and her music has been featured in television shows on NBC, MTV, Oxygen, Bravo and Showtime.
Bean made her Broadway debut in the original cast of Hairspray and starred as the very first replacement for Elphaba, the green-skinned witch, in Wicked. Most recently, she appeared as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl and as Cee-Cee Bloom in the new musical adaptation of Beaches, for which she earned a Jeff Award Nomination for best lead actress in a musical.
“A force field, pulling you into her orbit with irresistible charisma.”
— THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE