Shoshana Bean Sets Dates for 2021 Holiday Shows: Exclusive

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Singer and actress Shoshana Bean is reviving a holiday tradition with the announcement of three holiday concerts this December. Tickets to the dates, dubbed the “Sing Your Hallelujah” concert are available now online.

The three dates come after last year’s scheduled shows were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, Bean pivoted to a virtual holiday concert, which was filmed live at the Apollo Theater in New York City and streamed online. (Bean previously performed holiday concerts in 2018 and 2019.)

Bean brings her “Sing Your Hallelujah” show to London, New York and Los Angeles this year, with her first show on Dec. 4 in London’s West End at Cadogan Hall. She will then return to where it all began, and where last year’s streamed concert was filmed, with a Dec. 13 date at Harlem’s Apollo Theater. The final date sees Bean in LA, performing at the Immanuel Presbyterian Cathedral for a Dec. 18 concert. Organizers have teased special guests joining Bean in each city, though no names have been released thus far. Last year’s virtual concert featured performances from Broadway star Gavin Creel, TV and film star Jeremy Jordan, singer Shayna Steele, tap dancer Jared Grimes and 2020 Tony Award nominee Daniel J. Watts, who was nominated for his role as Ike Turner in the hit musical, Tina.

Bean promoted the concerts on her Instagram this week, teasing that it would celebrate “Christmas (and a lil Hanukkah).” According to a press release, “Sing Your Hallelujah uniquely captures that spirit with fresh interpretations of holiday classics, intimate collaborations with special guests and honest reflections as we strive to overcome loss and separation endured during this unprecedented time in history.”

Sing Your Hallelujah is produced by For the Record (FTR) in New York and Los Angeles, and co-produced by For the Record and Fourth Wall Live in London. Other FTR productions include the recent “Tarantino Live” cabaret in Hollywood, and the forthcoming “Love Actually Live,” which returns to LA this holiday season.

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