Sun Nov 23 2014

7:00 PM (Doors 5:30 PM)

Feinstein's at The Nikko

222 Mason Street San Francisco, CA 94102

Ages 15+

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Telly Leung will make is San Francisco concert debut in Telly Leung: {i'll cover you}. With a trio led by Gary Adler (Avenue Q, Alterboyz)the show will feature music from his debut album and personal anecdotes about his journey from Brooklyn to Broadway.

Telly most recently appeared in the Broadway revival of Godspell. Other credits include the 2002 revival of Flower Drum Song; 2005 revival of Stephen Sondheim's
Pacific Overtures and the final company of Rent. Leung also originated the role of "Bog' in the Chicago company of Wicked. More favorite roles include Sammy in Allegiance starring Lea Salonga and George Takei (world premiere, The Old Globe Theater) Angel in Rent directed by Neil Patrick Harris (Hollywood Bowl) Song Liling in M. Butterfly (Philadelphia Theatre Company) Give It Up! aka Lysistrata Jones (world premiere, Dallas Theater Center), Godspell (Paper Mill Playhouse) Bernstein:Mass (Baltimore Symphony, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall) Harold Bride in Titanic and Barnaby in Hello Dolly! (The Muny) Simon in Jesus Christ Superstar (Music Circus) Thuy in Miss Saigon (Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera) and Lun Tha in The King and I with Lou Diamond Phillips (North Carolina Theatre).

Television and Film credits include "Glee" (Wed, Dalton Academy Warblers) "Law & Order Criminal Intent" and "Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway." Mr. Leung can be heard on the recordings for Godspell (Sh-K-Boom Records), Flower Drum Song (DRG Records) Pacific Overtures  (PS Classics) Wall to Wall Sondheim (Live from Symphony Space) Dear Edwina (PS Classics) and the Grammy nominated "Bernstein:Mass" with Marin Alsop (Sony/Naxos). His first solo album {i'll cover you} is available on the Yellow Sound Label. Mr. Leung holds a BFA from the Carnegie Melon School of Drama.

Telly Leung "I'll Cover You"

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Telly Leung "I'll Cover You"

Sun Nov 23 2014 7:00 PM

(Doors 5:30 PM)

Feinstein's at The Nikko San Francisco CA
Telly Leung "I'll Cover You"
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Ages 15+

Telly Leung will make is San Francisco concert debut in Telly Leung: {i'll cover you}. With a trio led by Gary Adler (Avenue Q, Alterboyz)the show will feature music from his debut album and personal anecdotes about his journey from Brooklyn to Broadway.

Telly most recently appeared in the Broadway revival of Godspell. Other credits include the 2002 revival of Flower Drum Song; 2005 revival of Stephen Sondheim's
Pacific Overtures and the final company of Rent. Leung also originated the role of "Bog' in the Chicago company of Wicked. More favorite roles include Sammy in Allegiance starring Lea Salonga and George Takei (world premiere, The Old Globe Theater) Angel in Rent directed by Neil Patrick Harris (Hollywood Bowl) Song Liling in M. Butterfly (Philadelphia Theatre Company) Give It Up! aka Lysistrata Jones (world premiere, Dallas Theater Center), Godspell (Paper Mill Playhouse) Bernstein:Mass (Baltimore Symphony, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall) Harold Bride in Titanic and Barnaby in Hello Dolly! (The Muny) Simon in Jesus Christ Superstar (Music Circus) Thuy in Miss Saigon (Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera) and Lun Tha in The King and I with Lou Diamond Phillips (North Carolina Theatre).

Television and Film credits include "Glee" (Wed, Dalton Academy Warblers) "Law & Order Criminal Intent" and "Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway." Mr. Leung can be heard on the recordings for Godspell (Sh-K-Boom Records), Flower Drum Song (DRG Records) Pacific Overtures  (PS Classics) Wall to Wall Sondheim (Live from Symphony Space) Dear Edwina (PS Classics) and the Grammy nominated "Bernstein:Mass" with Marin Alsop (Sony/Naxos). His first solo album {i'll cover you} is available on the Yellow Sound Label. Mr. Leung holds a BFA from the Carnegie Melon School of Drama.

Telly Leung

Telly Leung

Broadway