Jennifer Diamond makes her Joe's Pub solo debut with longtime friend Richard Jay-Alexander at the helm. They first worked together on Les Miserables and a number of benefits, and Jay-Alexander found her uniquely talented and versatile enough to put a special spin on a debut act for her, earmarking her arrival into the business, her story as an up-and-coming actress and all the good and bad that goes with it. It will be fun, humorous and heart-breaking with all song choices from Broadway and pop reflective from her own personal story.
Jennifer made her Carnegie Hall debut singing with Kristin Chenoweth in “The Evolution of a Soprano!” and performed at Joe’s Pub in various shows presented by BroadwayWorld. She recently concluded her Off Broadway debut in the hilarious Ruthless! The Musical and was seen in the Muny’s star-studded production of Into the Woods as Florinda the Stepsister, directed by Gary Griffin, opposite Heather Headley, Rob McClure and Erin Dilly.
Jennifer toured with Kristin Chenoweth, to Australia, singing at all the major venues including The Sydney Opera House all the way to the Hollywood Bowl. She also performed in a gorgeous production of Les Miserables at The MUNY, playing The Factory Girl. She had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Norm Lewis and Hugh Panaro, in addition to being directed by Richard Jay-Alexander! She has also appeared on the popular webseries Submissions Only, playing Belinda Tattenbaum. Other credits include the Cutting-Edge Composer’s concert that was part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival and a benefit concert for the Broadway Dreams Foundation as part of the New York faculty. Jennifer had the pleasure singing “I Will Never Leave You” from Side Show with Eden Espinosa. Jennifer was also seen starring as “Lucy” in the Jekyll & Hyde NYC Concert (opposite Robert Petkoff) under the coaching of Frank Wildhorn. Other credits include Man of La Mancha, Fiddler on the Roof(Barrymore nomination), CATS, Evita, and the national tour of If This Hat Could Talk (starring Melba Moore and Stephanie Mills).
The evening features Musical Director Joseph Thalken, Dick Sarpola on Bass and Perry Cavari on Drums.