Broadway Singer Morgan James Brings Her Tour to New York | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News Broadway Singer Morgan James Brings Her Tour to New York The Motown and Godspell actor will stop at the Highline Ballroom April 5.
Morgan James Akshay Bhoan

Morgan James, who appeared in the Broadway productions of Motown and Godspell before launching a successful recording career, will visit New York’s Highline Ballroom April 5 for a single performance of Reckless Abandon, a touring concert in support of her album Hunter.

Tickets for the 8 PM concert cost $22.50–$30 and can be purchased at the Highline Ballroom website.

The New York-based soul singer, songwriter, and Broadway performer is showcasing songs from the 2014 album, including her own renditions of Prince’s “Call My Name,” Hall & Oates’ “She's Gone," Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing in the Dark,” and a duet with Grammy Award winner Robert Glasper, “Let Me Keep You.” She also co-wrote several of the songs.

Here is a clip of James singing the title track from Hunter:

Click here for a complete list of stops on the Hunter tour.

Her New York theatre credits also include the Frank Wildhorn musical Wonderland, in which she understudied Alice; the ensemble of The Addams Family; and the all-female January 2017 Jesus Christ Superstar concert, in which she played Jesus.



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