*DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS BETWEEN SHOWS THERE WILL BE NO MEET AND GREET FOLLOWING THE 7PM PERFORMANCE. **Student tickets
"...a Broadway pro whose delivery is so powerful she easily fills the cavernous Bowl, leading the cast to a cathartic crescendo that left the crowd enraptured." – The Hollywood Reporter
Krysta Rodriguez is premiering her new cabaret in Indianapolis after starring on the small screen with John Lithgow in the NBC comedy Trial & Error. A Broadway favorite, Rodriguez's extensive musical resume includes the Deaf West revival of Spring Awakening; headlining the original musical First Date; originating the iconic role of 'Wednesday Addams' in The Addams Family, the most recent revival of A Chorus Line, and more. Rodriguez is widely recognized from her scene-stealing role in the Broadway-themed television series "Smash" and was recently seen on primetime television in "Quantico," "Younger," "The Mysteries of Laura" and more. Join Krysta for an unforgettable evening as she offers memorable song selections and stories from her career so far.
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.
Megan McGinnis most recently completed the Off-Broadway run of DaddyLong Legs, originating the role of Jerusha Abbott, both nationally and internationally (Ovation Award, Jeff Nomination, London What’s On Stage Nomination).She was last seen on Broadway in the revival of Side Show (Standby Daisy/Violet), playing Violet on several occasions. Other Broadway credits include Les Miserables (Eponine), Little Women (Beth), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Diary of Anne Frank, and Parade. Film/TV: Anywhere But Here, A Goofy Movie, "Dear John,” “Sister, Sister,” “Wings,” and “Blossom” (recurring). Megan can be heard on the cast recordings of Daddy Long Legs, Little Women, Parade, and on Sutton Foster’s Wish (the duet “Flight”) and has sung with symphonies across the country, including the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. She has a BA in English from Columbia University.
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