Chelsea Table + Stage Presents Broadway Rocks with Elena Christou, July 24

NEW YORK – Chelsea Table + Stage, 152 West 26th Street in Manhattan, presents Broadway Rocks on Sunday, July 24, 8 PM, exploring how rock music has influenced and changed Broadway throughout the years. Among the performers are the talented Sounds of Cyprus vocalist Elena Christou and Peter Douskalis on guitar as part of the seven-piece Broadway Rocks band which also features Brian Walters on keyboard, Dominic Frigo on guitar, Debbie Tjong on bass, Ally Jenkins on violin, Sarah Overton on cello, and Brad Bailey on drums.

Tickets are $25-50, in addition to a service charge. A livestream option is available for $19.

The evening includes performances by Renée Albulario (American Utopia), Elena Christou, Leandra Ellis-Gaston (Tina: The Musical), Julian R. Decker (Sunset Boulvard, Les Misérables), Emma Degerstedt (Nickelodeon’s ‘Unfabulous’), Natalya Fisher, Quentin Garzón, Avionce Hoyles (Bat Out of Hell), Lexi Lyric, Jacob S. Louchheim, Ramona Mallory (A Little Night Music), Ahmad Maksoud (The Visitor, The Band’s Visit), Katie McConaughy, Lauren Molina (Rock of Ages, Sweeney Todd), Ariel Neydavoud (The Visitor), Tori Palin (Harmony) Yael ‘YaYa’ Reich (Hadestown), Jelani Remy (Ain’t Too Proud, The Lion King), Pablo Rossil, and Tally Sessions (Company, Falsettos).

Tickets available online: https://www.chelseatableandstage.com.


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