YOUR CHANCE TO GET SINGLE TICKETS
If available, single tickets open to the public Monday, January 30, 2023.
ABOUT THE SHOW
Broadway sensation Jessica Vosk, who won hearts with her performances in Wicked, Fiddler on the Roof, and more – then flat-out stole them in her sold-out 2021 Carnegie Hall debut – returns to Cabaret at The Commons by popular demand! Inspired by her Carnegie Hall show, but reimagined for cabaret, Vosk pays homage to the iconic voices who have inspired her (such as Linda Ronstadt, Judy Garland, Taylor Swift, and Elton John) and to composers Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, and Jason Robert Brown. From Wall Street to Wicked, this Broadway star grew up dreaming of becoming an actress before she took a desk job as a New York City financial investment relations executive. Vosk landed role after role starring in Bridges of Madison County, Finding Neverland, Fiddler on the Roof, and the national tour of Wicked.
Thursday, March 9, 2023
300 Washington St.
Columbus, IN 47201
Doors Open: 6:45 PM
Show Starts: 7:30 PM
Cash Bar Provided by The Garage Pub & Grill
- Card/cash accepted. Tips appreciated.
- Text-to-Table Service available during the first half of the show. Text your drink order and table number to 812-344-4587.
“Meet & Greet” details will be sent to VIP ticket-holders via email the day before the event.
Assigned seating is based on time of purchase. Groups wanting to sit together must purchase their tickets together, no exceptions.
Single tickets go on sale Monday, January 30, 2023.
All ticket sales are final. No refunds will be issued after a sale is complete. Cabaret dates, times, artists, venues subject to change.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jessica Vosk is a celebrated singer and actress known for electrifying roles on musical theater and concert stages. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in November 2021 in a sold-out solo show titled My Golden Age. Her 2022–2023 season includes debuts at London’s Cadogan Hall, Symphony Hall with Celebrity Series of Boston, and Washington Performing Arts. In June, she performs a new show at the 92nd Street Y as part of the Lyrics & Lyricists series: California Dreamin’, featuring music of the singer-songwriters of Laurel Canyon.
Best known for her star turn as Elphaba in the musical Wicked—first on tour and then joining the show’s 15th anniversary on Broadway—Vosk played the green witch for two years. Earlier this year she joined the Atlantic Theater Company as Beth Ann in its production of Sarah Silverman’s The Bedwetter. Vosk starred as the narrator in Lincoln Center’s 50th anniversary performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, reprising the role last August at The Muny in St. Louis; created the role of Aunt Val in the world premiere of Becoming Nancy at Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell; and became the first singer to star onstage with the New York City Ballet in Something to Dance About, the company’s tribute to Jerome Robbins directed by Warren Carlyle. Vosk’s other Broadway credits include Fruma Sarah in the most recent revival of Fiddler on the Roof, Finding Neverland, and The Bridges of Madison County.
She starred as Anita in San Francisco Symphony’s Grammy-nominated production of West Side Story and filmed “The Leonard Bernstein Centennial Celebration at Tanglewood” with Michael Tilson Thomas for PBS’s Great Performances. Her independently produced solo albums Wild and Free (2018) and A Very Coco Christmas (2020) both debuted on the Billboard and iTunes charts, and are available to stream on all platforms. Vosk had an unconventional journey to Broadway, beginning her career on Wall Street before taking the leap of faith to pursue her dreams on stage. Her one-of-a-kind story has been profiled on ABC’s 20/20 and NBC Nightly News.
Assigned seating is based on time of purchase. Groups wanting to sit together must purchase their tickets together, no exceptions. All ticket sales are final. No refunds will be issued after a sale is complete. Cabaret dates, times, artists, venues subject to change.