Carmel, IN – Michael Feinstein & Cheyenne Jackson
Apr
29
8:00 pm20:00

Carmel, IN – Michael Feinstein & Cheyenne Jackson

  • The Center for the Performing Arts

Fans of the Great American Songbook are in for a treat when acclaimed actor, singer, songwriter and heartthrob Cheyenne Jackson joins our very own Michael Feinstein for a special evening of music.

Feinstein, of course, is a multiple Grammy-nominated cabaret star, founder of the Great American Songbook Foundation, artistic director at the Center for the Performing Arts and one of the premier interpreters of American standards.

The versatile Jackson has played leading roles on and off Broadway (All Shook UpXanaduDamn YankeesFinian’s RainbowThe Performers), appeared on hit TV shows (American Horror StoryGlee30 RockCurb Your Enthusiasm) and won acclaim for roles in United 93 and other films. He also has released three albums of pop music, including a 2009 collaboration with Feinstein, The Power of Two.

Don’t miss this chance to celebrate the Songbook with this dapper duo!

Pittsburgh, PA – Cabaret at Theatre Square
Oct
16
7:00 pm19:00

Pittsburgh, PA – Cabaret at Theatre Square

  • Theatre Square

Cheyenne Jackson is a Grammy-nominated actor, singer, and songwriter who can most recently be seen in FX’s American Horror Story. He finished a critically acclaimed run of The Most Happy Fella in New York City in 2014. In the fall of 2012, he starred on Broadway opposite Henry Winkler, Ari Graynor, and Alicia Silverstone in David West Read’s play The Performers. On and off Broadway, Jackson has starred in 8, Finian’s Rainbow (Drama Desk nomination), Damn Yankees, Xanadu (Drama League and Drama Desk nominations), The Agony & the Agony, All Shook Up (Theater World Award, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle nominations), the premiere cast of Altar Boyz, Aida, Thoroughly Modern Millie, On the 20th Century, and The 24 Hour Plays. For his self-penned album, I’m Blue, Skies, Jackson collaborated with Sia, Stevie Aiello, and Charlotte Sometimes.

Pittsburgh, PA – Cabaret at Theatre Square
Oct
16
9:30 pm21:30

Pittsburgh, PA – Cabaret at Theatre Square

  • Theatre Square

Cheyenne Jackson is a Grammy-nominated actor, singer, and songwriter who can most recently be seen in FX’s American Horror Story. He finished a critically acclaimed run of The Most Happy Fella in New York City in 2014. In the fall of 2012, he starred on Broadway opposite Henry Winkler, Ari Graynor, and Alicia Silverstone in David West Read’s play The Performers. On and off Broadway, Jackson has starred in 8, Finian’s Rainbow (Drama Desk nomination), Damn Yankees, Xanadu (Drama League and Drama Desk nominations), The Agony & the Agony, All Shook Up (Theater World Award, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle nominations), the premiere cast of Altar Boyz, Aida, Thoroughly Modern Millie, On the 20th Century, and The 24 Hour Plays. For his self-penned album, I’m Blue, Skies, Jackson collaborated with Sia, Stevie Aiello, and Charlotte Sometimes.


Mar
26
7:00 pm19:00

Tampa, FL

  • Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Sizzling actor-singer Cheyenne Jackson captivated television audiences with his roles on 30 Rock, American Horror Story: Hotel and Glee, simultaneously building Broadway chops in such hits as Xanadu, A Most Happy Fella and Altar Boyz. In 2015, Jackson won a Grammy® nod for Best Musical Theater Album and has performed sold-out concerts at Carnegie Hall.

Jan
21
7:00 pm19:00

Palm Springs, CA

  • Palm Springs Art Museum

Direct from his starring role opposite Lady Gaga on American Horror Story, Grammy-nominated actor, singer, and songwriter Cheyenne Jackson brings his radiant personality and stunningly flexible voice to the Annenberg stage. Reviving an oft-forgotten period in America that witnessed both the last gasp of Hollywood's glamorous golden age and the rise of Las Vegas's swinging “Rat Pack”, Jackson paints a multi-hued portrait of midcentury masculinity through song. Hailed as “passionate, impeccable and groundbreaking” by The New York Times and “dazzlingly entertaining” by Variety, Jackson has enjoyed one of the most diverse careers in entertainment as a star of theater, film, television, and the concert hall.