Nicholas Rodriquez: Simply Sondheim

May 10 & 11, 2024: 8:00 pm

In a musical love letter, Nicholas Rodriguez (One Life to Live, Sex and the City 2), recently on Broadway in the Tony award-winning revival of Company, celebrates Stephen Sondheim with a nod to both the lyrical and musical genius of the late composer and his reputation for his renowned penmanship. Pulling from thousands of handwritten letters to fans and colleagues alike, Rodriguez weaves together stories from Sondheim’s own words and explores the fascinating relationships with legends such as Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerry Herman, Jonathan Larson and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The concert features selections from Company, Sunday in the Park with George, Into the Woods and more.

Nicholas recently toured the U.S. as Captain Georg von Trapp in The Sound of Music directed by Jack O’Brien. He starred opposite Kathleen Turner in Mother Courage and Her Children at DC’s Arena Stage where he also played Billy Bigelow in Carousel (Helen Hayes Nomination), Sebastian in the World Premier of Destiny of Desire, Freddy in My Fair Lady (Helen Hayes nomination), Fabrizio in Light in the Piazza and was also seen as Curly in Oklahoma! for which he received a 2011 Helen Hayes Award for “Best Actor in a Musical” and was named “Top 10 Performers of 2010” by Hilton Als of The New Yorker.

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