If you need us in 2014, we'll be at Lincoln Center. The new lineup for the annual American Songbook series has been released, and the roster is absolutely packed with Broadway favorites. Tony winner Patina Miller, Tony nominees Jonathan Groff and Norm Lewis and more have signed on to headline concerts at Lincoln Center’s Allen Room and the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse.
At the Allen Room, Miller, who is currently starring in the Tony-winning revival of Pippin, will present an evening of music she adores on January 31. Groff, a Spring Awakening and Glee favorite, will perform on February 15, joined by musical director Mary-Mitchell Campbell for an evening of his favorite songs. Lewis, best known for his performances in Porgy and Bess and the 25th anniversary concert broadcast of Les Miserables will pay tribute to the singers, performers and songwriters who inspire him on March 8.
Also at the Allen Room, two-time Tony winner James Naughton will bring The Songs of Randy Newman to the stage (January 28), Michael John LaChiusa will present his Stories of America concert featuring Broadway favorites Emily Skinner, Marc Kudisch and Mary Testa (February 1), Jessica Molaskey will sing a concert of Joni Mitchell songs (February 20), Cinderella's Ann Harada will present an evening of story and song (February 22) and Jim Caruso’s Cast Party Goes to the Movies will take the stage (March 7). Additionally, American Idiot alum Rebecca Naomi Jones will make her American Songbook debut in the Penthouse (April 4).