Jordan Donica, who currently stars as Freddy Eynsford-Hill in the Broadway revival of My Fair Lady, will make a homecoming in September when he headlines two concerts with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
An Indianapolis native, Donica made his Broadway debut in June 2016 when he was cast as Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera months after graduating from Otterbein University. He went on to star as the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in the Los Angeles and San Francisco company of Hamilton in 2017 prior to joining the Lincoln Center Theater revival of My Fair Lady this season.
Donica will be the lead vocalist for Cirque Goes to the Movies September 21–22, a collaboration between the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles-based circus-dance-theatre company Troupe Vertigo. Jack Everly will conduct.
Cirque Goes to the Movies sets the work of Troupe Vertigo’s aerialists, contortionists, strong men, and dancers to music from classic movies performed by the full Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.