Regina Spektor is the latest addition to the roster of the new In Residence On Broadway series. The singer-songwriter will play a limited concert engagement at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre with five performances June 20–26.
“I'm revisiting all the songs I’ve ever written, to see how some of them might group together and connect into a show,” said Spektor, who also teased some special guests during the run. “So far the plan is to set up at the Lunt-Fontanne, and in my own small way, pay homage to Broadway.”
Soviet Union-born Spektor gained popularity in the U.S. with her 2006 album Begin to Hope. She subsequently released Far, What We Saw From the Cheap Seats, and Remember Us to Life, with the first two reaching Number 3 on the Billboard 200. She is also a Grammy nominee for the Orange Is the New Black theme “You’ve Got Time” and performed “Dear Theodosia” alongside Ben Folds on The Hamilton Mixtape.