Tony nominee Harry Connick, Jr.—who last appeared on Broadway in 2019's Harry Connick, Jr.-A Celebration of Cole Porter and later played Daddy Warbucks in NBC's live production of Annie—begins his two-night residency at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall tonight, November 27.
The engagement, part of his new tour A Holiday Celebration, features the music of the holiday season. Connick Jr. has released three Christmas albums, including When My Heart Finds Christmas (1993), Harry for the Holidays (2003), and What A Night! (2008).
The celebrated crooner began his holiday tour November 18 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, before visiting DPAC in Durham, North Carolina. Following his New York engagement, he will play Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona, Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, Seattle’s Benaroya Hall, and San Francisco's Davies Symphony Hall.
Connick Jr. has presented three residencies on Broadway: An Evening with Harry Connick Jr. and His Orchestra, Harry Connick Jr. in Concert on Broadway, and Harry Connick Jr. - A Celebration of Cole Porter. He has also acted in two Broadway musicals, The Pajama Game, opposite Kelli O'Hara; and On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, opposite Jessie Mueller. In 2001 he wrote the music and lyrics for Thou Shalt Not, for which he received a Tony nomination.
To learn more about the A Holiday Celebration tour, visit HarryConnickJR.com.