Jones Performs Showfolk at Joe's Pub Aug. 2

News   Jones Performs Showfolk at Joe's Pub Aug. 2 Rachel Bay Jones offers New Yorkers an acoustic take on Broadway with Showfolk at Joe's Pub Aug. 2.

The evening is inspired by Jones' solo debut recording "Showfolk," which reimagines contemporary Broadway songs in the folk and bluegrass vein. The album was released in April.

Jones is joined by actor and composer Randy Redd (What's That Smell?) and backed by a band of musicians playing acoustic guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, dobro, upright bass, and bouzouki.

Songs featured on the album are "Another Day" (Rent), "Breeze Off the River" (The Full Monty), "For Good" (Wicked), "Little Bird, Little Bird" (Man of La Mancha), "The Streets of Dublin" (A Man of No Importance), "Gonna Build a Mountain" (Stop the World…), "Left Behind" (Spring Awakening), "Wicked Little Town" (Hedwig), "Stars and the Moon" (Songs for a New World), "Where, Oh Where" (The Robber Bridegroom) and "Lucky to Be Me" (On the Town).

Rachel Bay Jones has appeared in the Musicals in Mufti staging of It's a Bird. . . It's a Plane. . . It's Superman with Cheyenne Jackson, the Encores! concert of The Boys from Syracuse and the Broadway production of Meet Me in St. Louis. She has earned multiple Carbonell Awards for work in Florida regional theatres.

Tickets, priced $15, are available by visiting JoesPub. Joe's Pub is located within the Public Theater at 425 Lafayette Street.