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Shaming of the True featuring Brian d’Arcy James & Daniel Breaker

Joe's Pub

April 18

Doors at 9:00PM
Show at 9:30PM

Broadway’s Brian d’Arcy James (Something Rotten and Hamilton), Daniel Breaker (Book of Mormon and Passing Strange) and Justin Johnston tackle the extraordinary concept album, Shaming of the True by Kevin Gilbert. 

Gilbert, co-writer of the Grammy winning Record All I Wanna Do, creates a potent and original song cycle from  the influences of rock, pop and fugue structures. Through this sophisticated and visceral music, Gilbert examines an artist’s need for evolution, cultural influence and agency in these uncertain times. 

Join us in celebrating the genius of composer, Kevin Gilbert and be part of Brian, Daniel and director Kate Whoriskey's first step of transforming this rock opera into a vibrant theatrical experience. 

Cast: Daniel Breaker, Chris Dwan, Brian d'Arcy James, Justin Johnston, Jacob Ming-Trent, Marisha Wallace

Band: Don Carr, Nick Dirgilio, Mark Hornsby, Lloyd Landesman, Dan Lipton, Randy McStine


Three time Tony nominated Brian d'Arcy James is currently starring in the Broadway musical SOMETHING ROTTEN!  He can be seen in the 2016 Oscar winning Best Picture SPOTLIGHT.  He most recently co-starred in the CBS pilot SUPERIOR DONUTS. Brian has extensive Broadway and off Broadway credits, notably originating the role of King George in HAMILTON at the Public. 

Tony nominated Daniel Breaker is currently starring in Broadway's BOOK OF MORMON. A regular on the Golden Globe winning series MOZART IN THE JUNGLE, Daniel can also be seen in SISTERS with Amy Poehler And Tina Fey and LIMITLESS with Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro. Other Broadway credits include PASSING STRANGE (Tony, Drama Desk and Audelco nominations and Theatre World award) SHREK (Drama a Desk Nomination) and THE PERFORMERS among others. He has many off-Broadway credits and Is a regular at Joe's Pub.