Join Tony Award Winner Levi Kreis for an evening of intimate piano/vocal perfection and southern storytelling. From the Smokey Mountains to Times Square, Kreis tells of his unconventional road to stardom through humor and song. Delivering a fresh, authentic take on your Broadway favorites, you will feel like you are hearing them for the first time.
In theater circles, Kreis is known for originating the role of Jerry Lee Lewis in Broadways Tony nominated musical Million Dollar Quartet. The role won Levi the 2010 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical, a 2010 Outer Critics Circle Award, and a 2010 Drama League nomination. Other notable stage credits include the Tony nominated revival of Violet starring Sutton Foster, Smokey Joes Cafe, and the national tour of Rent. Kreis interest in new works has drawn him to a few theatrical developments such as One Red Flower with Emmy Award Winning director Paris Barclay and Mozart L Opéra Rock with Tony nominated director Lonny Price. These works have appeared at The Kennedy Center, The Village Theater, The Goodman Theater, and the North Shore Music Theater.
In film, Levi is best known for his role as Fenton, Adams brother (Matthew McConaughey) in Bill Paxtons directorial debut Frailty (2001). Levi began his acting career with film and has recently returned to screen with roles in The Divide (2017), and A Very Sordid Wedding (2017) Surprisingly, acting was never Levis primary pursuit. Kreis is a singer-songwriter whose piano pop records have been featured in key moments on network television shows including The Vampire Diaries, Sons of Anarchy, So You Think You Can Dance, Mob Wives, The Apprentice, Days Of Our Lives, Young And The Restless, and several films. With six albums to date and a 2009 OutMusic Award for Stained Glass Window, the theme song for the Del Shores film Southern Baptist Sissies, Kreis has built a loyal following that continues to expand the reach of his own label imprint Vision 9 Records.