Returns to the Laurie Beechman Theater in a FINAL ENCORE of his show, “Step Into The Sun”
One Night Only, Thursday, November 29th, 7:00pm
Christopher Caswell, one of New York’s exciting established talents, is making his final appearance in his one-man show “Step Into The Sun” at the popular Laurie Beechman Theater, singing songs of joy, gratitude and promise.
Chris will perform his show “Step Into The Sun” at the Hell’s Kitchen Laurie Beechman Theater, 407 West 42nd Street, located just west of 9th Avenue, downstairs in the West Bank Cafe. “Step Into The Sun” features songs ranging from classic (Hoagey Charmichael) to contemporary (pop artists Jason Mraz, Beach Boys, Sara Bareilles, Melissa Etheridge, Pink, Billy Joel, Broadway’s Pasek and Paul, and songwriters Tom Goss, Matt Zarley, Korbee, all among others), all showcasing Chris’ emotional and vocal range.
Thursday, November 29th, 7:00pm. Musical direction is provided by James Followell (noted for his appearances with Karen Mason, K.T. Sullivan and Sharon McNight); percussion and bass are expertly provided by veterans Dan Gross and Sean Conly.
Chris hails from Austin, Texas, but has called New York his home for the last 30 years. Chris has previously performed his solo shows “Hold On” at Helen’s and show “Heartbeat” at Eighty-Eight’s. Critic and columnist Roy Sander described “Hold On” as “A beautiful show–heartfelt and deeply affecting”; John Hoglund says, “He’s got the goods”.
In addition to his work with Uptown Express (as the longest running member of 19 years), Chris has risen to other challenges, including the role of Nathan in a NYC concert performance of Rags and a title role in the critically acclaimed Twentieth Anniversary off-Broadway revival of Boy Meets Boy.