Jeremy Jordan Will Be Breaking Character in Solo Cabaret Debut

Star of Newsies, Bonnie & Clyde, "Smash" and the upcoming film version of "The Last Five Years," Jeremy Jordan is on a roll. But in a search for his own voice, he will debut his cabaret show Breaking Character at speakeasy-styled nightspot 54 Below. In the show, he will finally be able to drop the façade of a character and perform as himself. The set will feature tunes from across the musical spectrum — Broadway, rock, country and even some of his own original songs. Here, Jordan runs through a jazzy version of Stephen Sondheim's "Losing My Mind." Performances begin Oct. 27. See show schedule and information.

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