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So Far (An Evening to benefit Young At Arts)

Joe's Pub

June 21

~90 Minutes

$45-$75 advance / $55-$85 at the door

Doors at 6PM
Show at 7PM

So Far,a benefit concert from singer and producer, Lindsay Rider. Along with special guest Jeremy Jordan, we will celebrate and examine what it means to be So Far. The evening will benefit Young At Arts.  

Lindsay Rider is back at it again, though she never really stopped.  Sometimes behind the scenes, and at times in front of audiences, whenever there is an important story to tell, she tells it the best way she knows how - through music.  Now is a crucial time to step up and support the arts, and the organizations that keep them alive.  So Far invites you to listen, sing along like no one's watching, and enjoy an unforgettable evening - all while supporting a worthy cause: Young At Arts.  

Also a proud entrepreneur and founder of Overture, coursework and community that engages individuals wanting to increase their personal and professional capabilities through practices in awareness. 

Jeremy Jordan: Broadway: American Son, Newsies (Tony, Grammy and Drama Desk nominations), Bonnie & Clyde (Theatre World Award), West Side Story, Rock of Ages. TV: Winn Schott in "Supergirl," Jimmy Collins in “Smash,” "The Flash," "Law and Order: SVU." Film: The Last 5 Years opposite Anna Kendrick, Joyful Noise with Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, Newsies. Jeremy can also be heard as the voice of Varian on Disney Channel's animated series, "Tangled."

Young At Arts is a performing arts education organization dedicated to helping young people expand their horizons and build character, compassion and commitment through music, drama and movement.  

Musical Director: Isaac Harlan
Special Guests: Don Rider, Benjamin Powell, Zachary Powell...and more to be announced!
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Photo Credit: Lindsay Rider by Eric Michael Pearson. Jeremy Jordan by Nathan Johnson