Buchanan, who most recently appeared on Broadway in Cry-Baby, performs his sold-out solo evening of song, I'll Do Anything, at 9:30 PM. An encore performance has been added on Aug. 24 at 9:30 PM to accommodate ticket demand.
Musical director Charity Wicks accompanies Buchanan. The evening, which features book and additional lyrics by Tyler Fereira, promises new arrangements of musical theatre favorites, pop tunes and an original piece by Hanna Kohl.
Buchanan, press notes state, will "take you on a tongue-in-cheek journey of life's highs and lows. Don't miss the chance to see Michael belt out some songs, crack some jokes, and show you that he'll do anything to work in this city."
In addition to his work on Broadway, Buchanan earned a Joseph Jefferson Award for his portrayal of Bobby Strong in the Chicago regional production of Urinetown. He will star in the professional regional premiere of [title of show] at the Arizona Theatre Company, where he recently played Woof in the theatre's extended production of Hair. Buchanan's regional credits include Mame at the Kennedy Center, Pirates of Penzance at the Guthrie and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn at Goodspeed. He will appear in the NYMF production of The Cure this September.
The Duplex is located in Manhattan at 61 Christopher Street. There is a $10 cover and a two-drink minimum; for reservations call (212) 255-5438 or visit TheDuplex.