Alan Cumming Brings Solo Cabaret Show Legal Immigrant to New Jersey

Cabaret & Concert News   Alan Cumming Brings Solo Cabaret Show Legal Immigrant to New Jersey
 
The Tony winner performs his new work for one night only at the State Theatre.
Alan Cumming
Alan Cumming State Theatre New Jersey

Alan Cumming will perform his new solo show Legal Immigrant at the State Theatre New Jersey September 29. The piece is a compilation of Cumming's musings on his ten years as a United States citizen, his experience growing older, and how it feels to be an immigrant in today's America. Cumming describes his work as “a true old-fashioned cabaret, a smorgasbord of genres, styles, and tales; laughter, tears and, of course, provocation.”

The show includes songs such as Walter Mark’s “The Singer,” Stephen Sondheim’s “Old Friends” and “Not A Day Goes By” from Merrily We Roll Along, and “Losing My Mind” from Follies. Cumming will also cover songs by notable female artists including Pink, Edith Piaf, Adele, and Marlene Dietrich.

Cumming is a Tony and Olivier Award winner and Emmy nominee. He was last seen on Broadway in Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of Cabaret, reprising his Tony-winning performance as the Emcee. His passion for activism in civil rights, sex education, and social justice has earned him over 40 awards for humanitarian efforts.

The performance will take place September 29 at 8 PM. All ticket holders are also invited to a pre-show Pride Night reception from beginning at 7 PM in the second floor lobby of the State Theatre. Tickets range from $39-$69.

For more information, visit STNJ.org.

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