An Evening with Renée Elise Goldsberry

An Evening with Renée Elise Goldsberry

MAR 26 | Cobb Great Hall




  • Jordan Peters
    Music Director / Guitar Player

  • Jeff Hanley
    Bass Player

  • Zachary Mullings
    Drum Player

  • Luke Carlos O'Reily
    Piano & Key Player

  • Kristina Miller
    Background Vocalist

  • Tasha Michelle
    Background Vocalist

  • Amber Iman
    Background Vocalist

Tonight’s program will be announced from the stage.

This performance will run approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission.


Renée Elise Goldsberry is a multi-hyphenate actress and singer who has delivered award-winning performances both on Broadway and the screen.

She is perhaps best known for her role as Angelica Schuyler in the musical phenomenon HAMILTON, which received rave reviews across the board and has become a cultural touchstone for the ages. Renée's performance earned her a Tony Award®, Grammy Award®, Drama Desk Award, and Lucille Lortel Award. In July 2021 she was nominated for an Emmy Award for the Disney+ film adaptation.

Renee currently stars on Tina Fey's new series for Peacock, Girls5eva, which is currently in production for season two. Up next, she will be seen in Billy Porter's film, What If?, which recently wrapped production. Other highlights from her film and television career include: co-starring in A24's critical darling, Waves, opposite Sterling K. Brown; the Netflix series, Altered Carbon; lending her voice to bring characters to life on the Netflix animated series Fast & Furious Spy Racers and Centaurworld, Documentary Now's cult favorite Original Cast Album: Co-Op, The Good Wife; The House with a Clock in its Walls; The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks; The Get Down; and her creation of the beloved character Evangeline Williamson on ABC'S One Life to Live, for which she received two Daytime Emmy nominations and two NAACP Image Award nominations.

Renée's appearances on stage include her Outer Critics Circle Award-nominated performance opposite Frances McDormand in the play Good People, and the original Broadway version of The Color Purple. She made her Broadway debut as Nala in The Lion King, and her performance as Mimi in Broadway's closing cast of Rent was immortalized in film. Off-Broadway, Renée's performance as Sylvia in the Public Theater's production of Two Gentlemen of Verona for their Shakespeare in the Park series garnered her across-the-board rave reviews.




MAR 29 - APR 10

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