Lillias White in The 2nd Birthday Celebration

Thursday, February 14th @ 7:00 pm

Green Room 42

570 Tenth Avenue at 42nd Street, on the 4th Floor of Yotel

Cover charges are $35-$75. There is no food and drink minimum.

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THE GREEN ROOM 42 Broadway’s newest intimate concert venue will celebrate its second birthday with the return of Tony Award winner Lillias White with a Valentine’s Day show on Thursday, February 14 at 7:00 PM. White opened the room on Valentine’s Day in 2017 and returned last year for the club’s special first anniversary. With music direction by Alvin Hough, Jr. (The Color Purple and Once On This Island) and direction by Will Nunziata (Our Guy, Cy and Kander & Ebb’s The Act), the evening will explore the power of self-love through soul, sass, and song. Tunes include those written by Smokey RobinsonCy Coleman, Alan & Marilyn BergmanWilliam FinnHoagy CarmichaelBetty Comden & Adolph GreenStephen Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens, and more.

Lillias White is a native of Brooklyn, New York. She has won accolades for her show-stopping performances on the Broadway stage, on television and in films. Lillias won the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Friends of New York and Tony Awards for her role as Sonja in Cy Coleman‘s The Life. She garnered a Tony nomination for her portrayal of Funmilayo Anikulapo Kuti in Bill T. Jones‘ Fela! Her other Broadway credits include Once on This Island (Asaka), Barnum (Joice Heth), Cats (Grizabella), Chicago (Mama Morton), How to Succeed in Business (Jonesy), and the 1987 revival of Dreamgirls (Effie). She received the AUDELCO Award for the world premiere of Regina Taylor‘s Crowns.

She has appeared in concert halls and night clubs worldwide, including the Syndney Opera House, Singapore Opera House, The Kennedy Center, Bay Area Cabaret, the Boston Pops, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall. Lillias won an Emmy Award for her part on Sesame Street(Lillian Edwards). On film, Lillias can be seen in Pieces of April (directed by Peter Hedges, Game Six (with Michael Keaton), Nasty Baby, Then She Found Me, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and she can currently be seen on Baz Luhrmann‘s The Get Down on Netflix. She is also credited for her vocal performance as the lead muse in Disney’s animated movie Hercules.