Broadway's First African American Phantom
Sun, December 10, 2017
Doors: 3:30 pm / Show: 5:00 pmFeinstein's at the Nikko
Tickets at the Door
Parties of 5 or more must be booked directly with the nightclub by calling 415-394-1167
There is a $20.00 per person food and beverage minimum and an 18% gratuity is added to all checks
Doors open 90 minutes prior to the performance for food and beverage service.
Seating is assigned by the Maître d’ based on purchased party size and section.
Patrons are offered seating choices whenever possible
Guests may be required to check coats or bags that do not fit comfortably in the seating area
Parental guidance is recommended for some performances
All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchangeshttps://www.feinsteinsatthenikko.com/event/1544863/
Norm Lewis made history as the first African American title character in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. He made his Broadway debut in The Who’s Tommy and subsequently appeared in Miss Saigon, Side Show, The Wild Party, Amour, Chicago, Les Miserables, The Little Mermaid and Sondheim on Sondheim. Lewis received Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations for his performance as Porgy in the Broadway production of Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess opposite Audra McDonald and the Lincoln Center production of Showboat that was broadcast on PBS.
Lewis starred in “Norm Lewis: Who Am I;” “New Year’s Eve: A Gershwin Celebration” with Diane Reeves and “American Voices’ with Renee Fleming, also on PBS. His other television credits include “The Blacklist,” “Blue Bloods” as well as the recurring role of Senator Edison Davis on the hit drama “Scandal.”
Norm’s solo debut album “This is The Life” can be found on Amazon.com and cdbaby.com
Director Richard-Jay Alexander is synonymous with such blockbusters as Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon and others having run Producer Cameron Mackintosh’s American company for over a decade.
Feinstein's at the Nikko
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102