Tituss Burgess Will Take His Own Songs to The Bitter End, One Night Only, July 12 | Playbill

News Tituss Burgess Will Take His Own Songs to The Bitter End, One Night Only, July 12
Broadway's Tituss Burgess, of The Little Mermaid, Guys and Dolls and Jersey Boys, makes his debut at Greenwich Village's The Bitter End — the famed 50-year-old performance venue — on July 12.

Tituss Burgess
Tituss Burgess

Burgess will sing his own material in the 9:30 PM appearance. Expect "a very intimate evening, featuring just a guitar and piano," Burgess says. He's currently prepping a solo album.

Burgess was born and raised in Athens, GA, where he grew up singing in the church and around the city, with his mother. He graduated from the University of Georgia with a BA in music. He made his Broadway debut singing "Wouldn't It Be Nice" as Eddie in the Beach Boys musical Good Vibrations. He originated the roles in the original Broadway companies of Jersey Boys (Hal Miller), The Little Mermaid (Sebastian the Crab), and the most recent revival of Guys and Dolls (Nicely-Nicely Johnson). He recently made his debut on NBC's "30 Rock" in the recurring role of D'Fwan.

The Bitter End is located at 147 Bleecker Street in Manhattan. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door.

The club, founded in 1961, has hosted such legends as Woody Allen, Odetta, Richard Pryor, Joan Baez, Peter Allen, James Taylor, Carly Simon and many more. For more information, visit www.bitterend.com.

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