Randy Redd, star of Max Vernon’s The View UpStairs, Alan Boublil’s Manhattan Parisienne, and Million Dollar Quartet, makes his Feinstein’s/54 Below debut in The Black & White, a brand new solo concert. Featuring originals and favorite songs by Jacques Brel, Jason Robert Brown, Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman, Tom Petty, Rufus Wainwright, Neil Young, and more, the Mississippi-born singer and pianist performs with a 5-piece band led by musical director James Dobinson. Redd made his Broadway debut in Parade and has been seen on stage in New York in Terrence McNally’s Some Men, Allegro, The Burnt Part Boys, Ring of Fire, and Pump Boys & Dinettes. He can also be heard on Showfolk with Tony Award® winner Rachel Bay Jones.
With special guests to be announced.
A portion of the proceeds go to The Trevor Project.
Photo: Sasha Israel
Brilliant and endearing.