|Mon Aug 18||9:30 pm||Doors 8:45 pm||Buy Tickets|
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Andrew Kober, Broadway’s most beloved occasionally-employed actor (Les Miserables, Hair), muses on coming out, going in, gaining weight and getting thin.
Previously seen at Joe’s Pub, (le) Poisson Rouge, NYMF, and the Large Auditorium at Shaker Heights High School, Koberet returns to the New York stage for one night only (…for now…). Koberet 2014 may be even more self-indulgent than the original phenomenon that took the Midwest by storm 12 years ago. It is the story of the life of Andrew Kober (thus far) set to original music by some of NYC’s hottest young composers, as well as covers of classics by the likes of Billy Joel and Otis Redding. This latest incarnation will include many of the embarrassing and heart-warming tales from Andrew’s childhood that audiences have come to know and love, as well as brand new material and musical moments. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll hear a story about a sex club in Paris.
The performance will feature guest appearances by Andrew’s Les Miserables cast mates Nikki M. James (The Book of Mormon), Keala Settle (Hands on a Hardbody), Caissie Levy (Hair), and Samantha Hill (The Phantom of the Opera), as well as a never-before-heard duet between Andrew and Elena Shaddow (The Bridges of Madison County). Matt Hinkley (Violet, First Date, Godspell) music directs, and the show is produced by Erica Rotstein.