Jeremy Jordan in Concert
FEBRUARY 9 & 10 at 8PM
with Music Director, Nate Patten
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Jeremy Jordan, award-winning actor and musician, joins The Umbrella Arts Center for our annual Broadway Concert!
With his effortless and soaring voice, Jordan takes audiences on a decades-spanning journey of the best of Broadway featuring songs and tales from his storied career. Best known for his Tony and Grammy-nominated portrayal of Jack Kelly in Newsies, and recently seen in Off-Broadway's acclaimed new production of Little Shop of Horrors, Jordan’s next project is the title role in the new production of The Great Gatsby, premiering on Broadway this spring.
Audiences may also know Jordan from his roles on CW's Supergirl, NBC's Smash and Disney's Tangled. Film work includes The Last Five Years with Anna Kendrick, Joyful Noise with Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, and the new feature film Spinning Gold. Learn more about Jeremy...
***PLEASE NOTE***: The Umbrella will assign seating based on ticket level and the order in which purchases were made. All tickets for this event will be held at the Box Office. Please disregard any auto-generated seating assignment and PDF tickets you receive.
ABOUT THE CONCERT
--Two nights only
—Performances Friday, February 9, 2024 & Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 8:00pm
--Held in the intimate 350-seat, state-of-the-art main stage Theater 144
--Enjoy The Umbrella art galleries pre-show, and concessions before and during the performance. Or, make a night of it with dinner out at our Concord restaurant partner locations.
$150 Gold Level tickets
--VIP seating in The Umbrella’s Theater 144
$75 Silver Level tickets
--Premium seating in The Umbrella’s Theater 144
$55 Bronze Level tickets
--Reserved seating in The Umbrella’s Theater 144
Seating will be assigned in order of ticket sales. Seating for all sections begins at 7:30pm on the night of the concert. For group sales of 10 or more tickets, additional assistance, or to request ADA accessible seating please contact the Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-371-0820 x204, Monday - Friday 12:00pm - 5:00pm and two hours before curtain on performance days.
MORE ABOUT JEREMY
JEREMY JORDAN starred as a series regular in CW's "Supergirl”, NBC's “Smash” and Disney's “Tangled”. He’s best-known on Broadway for his Tony and Grammy-nominated portrayal of Jack Kelly in Newsies. He recently starred in the title role of the Paper Mill Playhouse world premiere musical, The Great Gatsby. Prior to that, he starred as Seymour in the acclaimed New York production of Little Shop of Horrors. Films include The Last 5 Years opposite Anna Kendrick, Joyful Noise with Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, American Son with Kerry Washington, and Spinning Gold. Additional Broadway credits include Bonnie & Clyde (Theatre World Award), West Side Story, Waitress, American Son and Rock of Ages. Jeremy's concerts and cabaret shows have won raves and awards worldwide, and he’s the lead singer of the new rock band, Age of Madness. Follow @JeremyMJordan for all updates.
Want to know even more about the Broadway star? Check out the links below!
NATE PATTEN (Music Director) is a New York based director, music director, and writer. He is currently the director and co-writer with Brooke Shields of her solo show, “Previously Owned by Brooke Shields”, which opened to rave reviews in New York this fall. As a Broadway music director and conductor he has conducted or played keyboard on 8 Broadway shows including most recently Company (with Patti LuPone), The Prom, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Catch Me If You Can. He has also conducted at the Kennedy Center and Madison Square Garden as well as on many national tours. Nate is the writer and host of a popular comedy podcast called Patten Disregard featuring interviews with Broadway celebrities. As a writer or music director, he has worked with Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman, Jackie Hoffman, Jeremy Jordan, and Kristin Chenoweth.
This event is made possible in part through underwriting. Thank you to our sponsors Elaine Labrecque and Gary Vilchick.
Photo credit: Stephanie Diani