Cheyenne Jackson with the Ocean City POPS at Ocean City Music Pier in Ocean City


    Date(s) - 08/21/2019
    11:30 pm - 1:00 am

    Ocean City Music Pier

    Categories LGBT New Jersey events

    Cheyenne Jackson With The Ocean City POPS At Ocean City Music Pier In Ocean City

    Grammy-nominated Cheyenne Jackson is a multi-talented stage, television and film actor, singer, and songwriter.  He can most recently be seen in FX’s American Horror Story: Apocalypse, and can be seen next in Disney’s Descendants 3, coming this year. Before this, he was a series regular opposite Alicia Silverstone in the paramount network’s American Woman.

    A veteran of the theatre, Jackson most recently finished a critically-acclaimed run of The Most Happy Fella at the New York City Center.  He previously starred on Broadway opposite Henry Winkler amd Alicia Silverstone in David West Read’s play The Performers at the Longacre Theater.  Among his Broadway credits include roles in the recent revival of Finian’s Rainbow (Drama Desk Award nomination), Xanadu (Drama Desk & Drama League Award nominations), All Shook Up (Theatre World Award, Drama League & Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), Aida and Thoroughly Modern  Millie.  Additionally, Jackson starred in the Encores! production of Damn Yankees, the Off-Broadway productions of The Agony & The Agony and Altar Boyz, and the benefit productions of The 24 hour Plays and On the Twentieth Century.  Cheyenne also joined an all-star cast for the benefit staged reading of Dustin Lance Black’s “8.”

    On television, Cheyenne was seen in the guest-starring role of Danny Baker in NBC’s critically-acclaimed comedy series, “30 Rock,” for four seasons. Jackson has appeared as Dustin Goolsby in Fox’s “Glee,” as well as a Larry David’s trainer Terry in the final season of HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

    In-addition to his acting credits, Jackson is also an accomplished singer.  He made his solo debut at Carnegie Hall with his show, “Cheyenne Jackson’s Cocktail Hour:  Music of the ‘Mad Men’ Era”and  more recently joined Michael Feinstein on the Carnegie Hall stage for a duet concert, featuring music from their CD collaboration,  “The Power of Two.”