A Conversation with Rachel Bay Jones

Listen to what Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award-winner Rachel Bay Jones (Dear Evan Hansen, Pippin) has to say to Beltline to Broadway about her Tony Award-winning performance, the industry, and her upcoming concert at Theatre Raleigh.

Listen to “A Conversation with Rachel Bay Jones” on Spreaker.

Rachel Bay Jones will be performing a concert at Theatre Raleigh on July 7. For more information visit the Theatre Raleigh website.

About the Guest

Rachel Bay Jones is best known for originating the role of ‘Heidi Hansen’ in the Original Broadway Cast of Dear Evan Hansen, and received a Tony Award, Emmy Award, Grammy Award, Lucille Lortel Award, and a Drama League nod for her performance.
An actress acclaimed for her versatile ability to bring life to comedic, dramatic and character roles, she has garnered praise for her performances in Diane Paulus’ Tony Award Winning Revivals of Pippin and Hair, went on for Patti Lupone in the Original Broadway production of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, wowed New York audiences in the critically acclaimed productions of Michael John LaChiusa’s First Daughter Suite and Hello Again, and received rave reviews for her performance as ‘Diana’ in The Kennedy Center’s revival production of Next to Normal, directed by Michael Grief. She can be seen on television in major on CBS’ “Young Sheldon,” “The United States of Al,” ABC’s “The Good Doctor,” Amazon’s “Panic,” “Why Women Kill” on Paramount+, ABC’s “Modern Family” & CBS’ “God Friended Me.” On Film she starred in “Ben Is Back,” opposite Julia Roberts, and in “Critical Thinking,” directed by and opposite John Leguizamo.

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