Zoellner Arts Center in Bethlehem presents Renée Elise Goldsberry at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, in Baker Hall.
Star of the original run of “Hamilton” off and on Broadway, the Tony and Grammy winner is equally at home in a Broadway theater, on a film set, or on a concert hall stage.
In this concert performance of diverse musical styles, she shares some of the beloved songs and experiences that have shaped her life and helped her forge a career.
Goldsberry received a 2016 Tony Award for her portrayal of Angelica Schuyler in the smash hit “Hamilton”; she originated the role in the production’s off-Broadway run.
Her other credits include “Good People,” “The Color Purple,” “Rent” and “The Lion King.”
Tickets are $49, $59 and $69, and Lehigh undergraduates are free.
Senior, student, group and LVAIC discounts are available. For tickets, call 610-758-2787 (7LU-ARTS), visit Zoellner Ticket Services in person or order at zoellnerartscenter.org