On December 11, Tony nominee Norm Lewis will join Jason Robert Brown in concert at Subculture. Brown is the venue’s artist in residence for his second year running, presenting monthly concerts featuring artists from the Broadway community.
Each month, Brown uses his program as a chance to explore his catalogue of material with various artists and experiment with new compositions. Past guests have included Steven Pasquale, Christopher Jackson, Andréa Burns, Joshua Henry, Shoshana Bean, Lena Hall, LaChanze, Norbert Leo Butz, and more.
For his December concert, Brown and Subculture welcome Lewis and actor Katie Thompson, last seen as Rhetta Cup in City Center’s Pump Boys & Dinettes. She also played The Witch in the Oriental Theatre’s Big Fish in Chicago, and Vashti Hake in Giant at The Public. Thompson’s original music has been featured on So You Think You Can Dance America, Canada, and the U.K. (In fact, Playbill previously named her as a contemporary musical theatre writer to watch.)
Earlier this year, Brown’s residency at Subculture led to a one-night-only concert benefit of The Last Five Years starring Tony nominee Joshua Henry and Tony winner Cynthia Erivo to support the Brady Campaign.
For tickets and information visit SubcultureNewYork.com.