Join us for the second annual Broadway Cabaret at the Michener
Thursday, July 12, 8 pm
Shoshana Bean’s four independent solo releases have all topped the iTunes charts in the U.S. 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. Her music has been featured in television shows on NBC, MTV, Oxygen, Bravo and Showtime.
Shoshana made her Broadway debut in the original cast of Hairspray and starred as the 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.
Thursday, August 9, 8 pm
In her solo show debut, actress, writer and activist Amber Iman delves into the complexity of being black, bold and fierce in America. Using personal stories and songs, she takes the audience on a journey through love, rejection, race, artistry and heartbreak in a performance that ultimately uplifts and reminds us that we have the capacity to move forward from any setback.
Brazen, hilarious, unflinchingly political and musically gifted, Amber Iman has spent the last year starring in the national tour of Hamilton. She has appeared on Broadway in Shuffle Along and Soul Doctor and has starred in numerous off Broadway and regional theater productions.
Amber is a proud founding member of the Broadway Advocacy Coalition.
Thursday, June 14, 8 pm
Norm Lewis appeared in the recent NBC television special “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert!, and on Broadway in Once on This Island, Sondheim on Sondheim, The Little Mermaid, Les Misérables, Chicago, Amour, The Wild Party, Side Show, Miss Saigon, and The Who’s Tommy. In 2014, he made history as The Phantom of the Opera’s first African-American Phantom on Broadway.
His additional television credits include “Live from the Lincoln Center” productions on PBS, the VH1 series Daytime Divas, Chicago Med, Gotham, The Blacklist, and Blue Bloods, and his recurring role as Senator Edison Davis on the hit drama Scandal. On film Mr. Lewis can be seen in the newly released drama Magnum Opus, and has appeared in Winter’s Tale, Sex and the City 2, Confidences, and Preaching to the Choir.