Alice Ripley, Michael Cerveris, Krysta Rodriguez, and More Will Celebrate a Debaucherous Christmas In the Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular
Broadway favorites will commence for the yearly celebration at 54 Below.
It's Christmas time at 54 Below again, and you know what that means…'Tis the season for the Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular! For the sixth annual season of performances, Drama Desk Award-nominated songwriter Joe Iconis, best known for his musical contributions to the NBC Broadway-themed series Smash ("Broadway, Here I Come," "The Goodbye Song") will be joined by a host of seasoned Broadway performers on December 20 and 21 (each night offering both an 8pm and 11pm performance).
Featured performers will include Susan Blackwell ([title of show]); Tony winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal), Friday at 8pm; Tony winner Michael Cerveris (Fun Home) & Loose Cattle, Saturday at 11pm; Julia Murney (The Landing), Friday at 11pm; Annie Golden (Disaster! The Musical), Krysta Rodriguez (First Date); Taylor Trensch (Matilda); Nick Blaemire (Dogfight); Harrison Chad (Mame); and more yet to be announced.
Performances will also feature additional Iconis family members Liz Lark Brown, Livie Casto, Sarah Cetrulo, Bill Coyne, Katrina Rose Dideriksen, Seth Eliser, Badia Farha, Alexandra Ferrara, Josh Greenblatt, Molly Hager, Dennis Michael Keefe, Jessica Kent, MK Lawson, Rachel Lee, Lorinda LIsitza, Lauren Marcus, Julie Mattison, Eric William Morris, Jeremy Morse (Friday and Saturday at 11pm), Ray Munoz, Kailey Prior, Rob Rokicki, Ashley Rodbro, Krysta Rodriguez (Friday at 11pm), Will Roland (Friday at 8pm and 11pm), Charlie Rosen, Mike Rosengarten, Lance Rubin, George Salazar, Katie Schorr, Heather Stinson, Rachel Sussman, Taylor Trensch (Friday and Saturday at 11pm), Brandon Uranowitz, Kaylee Verble, Jared Weiss, Jason SweetTooth Williams, and Ross Wolkenbrod.
The show will offer a bill that Iconis promises to join together "brand new holiday songs, old favorites, tiny elves, enormous reindeer, an inebriated Mr. and Mrs. Claus, and an ungodly number of candy canes."