“Quarter To Three will be screened at the Beverly Hills Film Festival on April 19th at 4:30PM at Theatre3 of the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres. Inspired by true events in, legendary performer, Ben Vereen’s life and performed by Mr. Vereen himself, Quarter to Three is an intimate account of the actor’s struggles, and ultimate resilience, in the face of several tragedies that have befallen him. It’s the summer of 2020, shortly after, yet, another devastating event in Ben’s life. At a loss for answers, he turns to the one place he’s felt most at peace, the theater. All alone on a stage in the middle of the night, he rips open his heart in an unapologetic plea to anyone who may be listening. Written and Directed by Isa Totah.” Click here for tickets!
In High Point Show, Ben Vereen Covers a Career Spanning Stage and Screen!
“Ben Vereen’s career spans a Broadway debut at 18, the now-iconic character Chicken George in the 1977 groundbreaking “Roots” miniseries and teaching Grammy Award-winning entertainer Usher, now in a Las Vegas residency, dance moves… And with an ongoing career as a triple-threat — singer, dancer and actor — the 76-year-old multi-Tony Award winner will bring his stories and songs to the High Point Theatre on Saturday night.” – The Greensboro News and Record
YES! Weekly: Ben Vereen Steps Out in the Triad
“Actor, singer, and dancer Ben Vereen’s first love is the stage, and that love brings him to the High Point Theatre this Saturday with Steppin’ Out, a one-man journey through the Broadway songbook that also pays tribute to his heroes Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra.” – YES! Weekly
WXII News: Ben Vereen Gears Up for Triad Show
“Broadway star and actor Ben Vereen is getting ready to perform in the Triad. On Saturday night, “Steppin’ Out with Ben Vereen” is coming to the High Point Theatre. Ahead of his performance, we spoke with Vereen about what fans can expect.” – WXII 12 News (The Local Vibe)
Interview: Tony Winner Ben Vereen Talks STEPPIN’ OUT, PIPPIN, and ROOTS
“On Saturday, April 1st, Broadway legend Ben Vereen will be coming to North Carolina to perform at High Point Theatre with his one-man show, STEPPIN’ OUT.
Dazzling audiences throughout the United States, STEPPIN’ OUT is a unique blend of artistry, combining a tribute to Broadway, Frank Sinatra, and a very special tribute to Sammy Davis Jr. The one-man show is a contemporary and timeless journey through the Broadway songbook. Ben promises an evening of song and dance, filled with entertainment and laughter, stories and inspiration! This will be a special concert as it is Ben’s mission to give back to the Deaf community. This performance incorporates ASL interpretation.” – BroadwayWorld North Carolina
Ben Vereen Brings High-Energy Show “STEPPIN’ OUT” to High Point!
“Even at 76, Ben Vereen sounds like a man half his age as he talks enthusiastically about “Steppin’ Out With Ben Vereen,” the show he’ll be bringing to High Point next weekend. So if you plan on steppin’ out to see the legendary performer’s highly acclaimed one-man show, you’d better put on your track shoes, because Vereen’s not going to wait for you.” “Steppin’ Out With Ben Vereen” will be presented April 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the High Point Theatre.” – The High Point Enterprise
Ben Vereen Promotes North Carolina Concert in WQMG Interview!
The Tony Award-winning actor talks about his life, career, and upcoming performance at the High Point Theatre on Saturday, April 1st at 7:30 PM. Click here to listen to the interview!
Laurinburg-Born Ben Vereen Returns to NC With Career-Spanning Tribute to Broadway!
“Laurinburg-born Ben Vereen will be returning to the area to perform a tribute to Broadway at the High Point Theatre on Saturday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. “Steppin’ Out with Ben Vereen” will be a celebration of his 50-year career, including songs from “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Fosse “and more, along with a medley of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Elton John. This performance will feature an ASL Interpreter, Jeanette Lee, who is a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults). She is also Mrs. Sweden World 2022.” – The Laurinburg Exchange
Ben Vereen to Pay Tribute to Ann Reinking at Public Memorial
“A celebration of life will be held for the late Ann Reinking on March 20 at 1:30 p.m. The famed actor, dancer, choreographer and director passed away on Dec. 12, 2020, at the age of 71. The memorial is being organized by Bebe Neuwirth (who originated the role of Velma Kelly alongside Reinking’s Roxie), Caitlin Carter (the “Chicago” revival’s original dance captain) and Reinking’s husband Peter Talbert. It will feature tributes by James Naughton (the original Billy Flynn in the “Chicago” revival), Dylis Croman (who worked under Reinking on “Fosse”), Rob Fisher (“Chicago” musical director), Neuwirth and Ben Vereen (who also starred in “Fosse”).” – Broadway News
JOIN US FOR THE INCOMPARABLE BEN VEREEN AT HIGH POINT THEATRE IN NORTH CAROLINA APRIL 1ST AT 7:30!
“Dazzling audiences throughout the United States, Steppin’ Out is a unique blend of artistry, combining a tribute to Broadway, Frank Sinatra, and a very special tribute to Sammy Davis Jr. The one-man show is a contemporary and timeless journey through the Broadway songbook. Ben promises an evening of song and dance, filled with entertainment and laughter, stories and inspiration!” – Click here for tickets!