An Evening with
Darius de Haas
April 9 at 8 pm
April 10 at 8 pm
Broadway’s Darius de Haas (featured in BCP’s hit productions of “Ain’t Misbehavin” and “Guys and Dolls”) returns with a concert evening created just for BCP- songs from the Great American Songbook to Broadway to beloved artists like Nat King Cole and Stevie Wonder.
He has been described by the New York Times as “Electrically thrilling” with “deep roots in jazz and soul”. And Variety says Darius “can reveal the joys and sorrows of the composer’s richly layered repertoire with an intensity and honesty that easily envelops and mesmerizes the listener.”
Darius has thrilled audiences around the world with his concerts of Stevie Wonder as well as Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn music. Also known for his extensive work in theater (the original Broadway casts of RENT, KISS OF THE SPIDERWOMAN and SHUFFLE ALONG), Darius is also the singing voice of “Shy Baldwin” in the beloved hit TV show “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”.
Darius de Haas enjoys a multifaceted career as a singer, recording artist and actor. TV: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel BROADWAY: Rent, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Carousel, Marie Christine, The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm, and Shuffle Along. Other credits include his Obie Award winning lead performance in Running Man (Music-Theater Group), Children of Eden (Papermill Playhouse) Once On This Island (1st National Tour), The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (Playwrights Horizons), Jesus Christ Superstar- Gospel (Alliance Theater) and As You Like It (Delacorte/ Public Theater). CONCERTS: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, London’s Royal Festival Hall, Disney Concert Hall, The Kennedy Center and numerous symphonies. RECORDINGS: Quiet Please (Bridge Records), Day Dream: Variations on Strayhorn (PS Classics) as well as many Original Cast Recordings and soundtracks (including The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel as the voice of “Shy Baldwin”). Darius serves on the International Board of Directors for Covenant House serving homeless youth throughout the US and South America and is a founding member of Black Theatre United.