Miss Saigon star Eva Noblezada will make her New York City nightclub debut in a series of four Monday night shows October 11 through November 1 at Green Room 42.
The club describes her set thus: "Through her favorite artists like Amy Winehouse and Frank Sinatra, Eva sings from her heart and reveals a side of her story you’ve never heard."
Noblezada earned a 2017 Tony Award nomination for her performance as Kim in the musical about a young Vietnamese woman who moves heaven and earth to be reunited with the American soldier she loves and and who is the father of her child.
Noblezada launched her career as a high school student, winning a Jimmy Award in Manhattan, and quickly being recruited for a London revival of Miss Saigon that has since moved to Broadway.
She will do her club show on her nights off from the Broadway production, which continues at the Broadway Theatre, a few blocks east of Green Room 42, which is located inside the Yotel at 42nd Street and Tenth Avenue.
Tickets, which cost $35–$75 (no drink/food minimum) can be ordered at TheGreenRoom42.com.