Tony-nominated actress and singer Jennifer Damiano returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below for the first time since her solo cabaret debut in the summer of 2016 with Jennifer Damiano: Unplugged. The concert features an intimate, acoustic take on Damiano’s journey through her adolescence in the theater through pop music and the heartfelt musical theater songs that have made her career. Damiano will be reunited with music director Benjamin Rauhala for the intimate concert in what will be her most personal cabaret show yet.
Jennifer Damiano began her career at 15 years old with her Broadway debut in Spring Awakening as the youngest member of the original cast. She soon received her Tony Award nomination for creating the role of Natalie in the critically acclaimed Broadway production, Next To Normal. Subsequent Broadway runs include starring as the original Mary Jane Watson in Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark with music and lyrics by U2, and in the Broadway production of American Psycho. She also starred in The Public Theatre’s musical, Venice. Damiano’s film credits include Fourth Man Out, American Dresser, Outliving Emily, and B-Side. She recently headlined the pop-up production of Cruel Intentions: The Musical to sold-out performances.