Christopher Sieber Sings Through His Journey From His Minnesota Living Room to Broadway at 54 Below
The two-time Tony nominee will offer a pair of performances at the Broadway supper club next month.
Two-time Tony nominee Christopher Sieber comes to 54 Below on February 4 and 11 in an autobiographical show, Minnesota Boy Does Well: Tales From Center and Backstage. In his one-man cabaret, Sieber will share stories from his life and career, from his early days living in a small rural town, population 642, and performing in his parents' living room, to his many illustrious roles on the Great White Way.
Sieber made his Broadway debut as Gaston in Beauty and the Beast, and has since appeared in Chicago, Triumph of Love, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Into the Woods, Spamalot (Tony nomination), Shrek The Musical (Tony nomination), and La Cage aux Folles. He was most recently seen in the role of Charles in the Broadway revival of Pippin at the Music Box Theater. He has also proudly kept his résumé clean of any Law & Order credits.
The bill for his 54 Below performances will be filled with numbers from these shows as well as onstage and backstage stories, which he describes as "sometimes bloody, sometimes shocking, but always hilarious."