celebrity series

Making the Music: Anaïs Mitchell, Duncan Sheik and Shaina Taub

Woltosz Theatre

Sunday, February 14, 2021
7:30 p.m.

Sharing their songs and stories in an intimate and unique collaborative concert, Making the Music features three outstanding contemporary singer-songwriters and world-class performers whose musical visions are currently energizing the stages of Broadway.

Anais Mitchell is a Grammy Award winner and celebrated two-time Tony Award winner for Best Original Score and Best Musical for Hadestown (2019).

Duncan Sheik is a Grammy Award-nominated singer and two-time Tony- and Grammy Award-winning composer of Broadway phenomenon Spring Awakening, winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Sheik is also the composer and lyricist for two-time Tony Award-nominated American Psycho.

Shaina Taub is an Emmy Award-nominated songwriter and performer, and lyricist for Elton John’s upcoming The Devil Wears Prada. Taub starred in the original off-Broadway production of Hadestown and was featured on the live cast album. She is an artist-in-residence at Public Theater, where she was commissioned to write musical adaptations of Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Twelfth Night.

A national treasure; one of our great modern singer-songwriters.”

 

– time out magazine

Follow Anais Mitchell on social media.

“Even when a solid groove moors a track, Sheik’s melodies dart around with balletic agility that dares you to wonder when they’ll descend again.”

 

– npr

Follow Duncan Sheik on social media.

“Shaina Taub belongs to a breed of performers who . . . are gravitational forces around whom others cluster like filings to a magnet.”

 

– the new york times

Follow Shaina Taub on social media.

In the event this performance is postponed, all tickets issued, including those booked as part of a 2020–21 season, series or Create Your Own subscription package, will be valid for admission to the rescheduled engagement. Patrons will be promptly alerted to any schedule changes should they occur.

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