Cheyenne Jackson

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July 4, 5 & 6 and August 29, 30, 31
7pm
Broadway @ The Art House and Mark Cortale Present
Cheyenne Jackson
featuring Seth Rudetsky as pianist & host

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Cheyenne Jackson has starred on both 30 Rock opposite Tina Fey and Glee where he played the voice coach for the group Vocal Adrenaline.  On Broadway, Cheyenne most recently starred in Encore’s production of “The Most Happy Fella” at City Center,  “Finian’s Rainbow” (Drama Desk nomination), “Damn Yankees,” “Xanadu” (Drama League , Drama Desk nominations), “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and,” “All Shook Up” (Theater World Award, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle nomination).  Off-Broadway he was seen in the orignal cast of “Altar Boyz”. On July 4, 5, and 6, he makes his anticipated Broadway@ The Art House debut. SiriusXM radio star Seth Rudetsky joins him as pianist and host. For tickets please visit www.ptownarthouse.com or call 508-487-9222.

He recently appeared in  “Behind the Candelabra,” directed by Steven Soderberg and starring Michael Douglass and Matt Damon. Cheyenne has appeared in a number of films, including his portrayal of Mark Bingham in the 2006 Academy Award nominated “United 93″, “The Green” opposite Julia Ormond and Ileana Douglas, “Price Check” with Parker Posey, and “Lola Versus”. Upcoming 2013 films include; “Mutual Friends,” and “Lucky Stiff.” On television Cheyenne was seen on NBC’s “30 Rock” portraying series regular Danny Baker and recently portrayed Dustin Goolsby, the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline on Fox’s hit TV series “Glee.” Other television credits include; “Family Practice,” “Life on Mars,” “Ugly Betty,” “It Takes a Village,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Local Talent,” “Mockingbird Lane,” and “The Onion News Empire.”

In concert, he has sold-out Carnegie Hall twice. “The Power of Two” in 2010 with Michael Feinstein followed by his solo debut concert with the NY Pops “Music of the Mad Men Era” in 2011. “The Power of Two” was hailed by the New York Times as “passionate,” “impeccably harmonized,” and “groundbreaking”. Variety acclaimed it as “dazzlingly entertaining”. “Music of the Mad Men Era” was lauded by critics, the NY Daily News said “Cheyenne Jackson has got it all and he showed it all: the voice, the moves, the quirky self-effacing humor. He gleamed like Don Draper’s Brylcreemed hair.”

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