May 10, 2012

Russell Fischer Makes His Cabaret Debut in ‘UNCHARTED’ This Coming Monday May 14 at The Triad!

May 10th, 2012

Russell Fischer Uncharted

This coming Monday, May 14th at 7pm, direct from Jersey Boys, Russell Fischer will make his New York Cabaret debut in UNCHARTED at The Triad Theatre, 158 West 72nd Street. Mr. Fischer revisits performing experiences from his backyard to Broadway, drawing inspiration from Musical Theater to Pop/Rock. UNCHARTED is co-written by Fischer and Peter Gregus (Jersey Boys), directed by Gregus with musical direction by Joshua Stephen Kartes.

Russell Fischer: UNCHARTED is a presentation of Lee Summers’ Just A Piano Concert Series, which celebrates its sixth year at the Triad Theatre. Since 2006 The Just A Piano Series has presented top recording artists, Broadway stars, Tony Award and Grammy Award Winners in a beautiful intimate setting.

In his JBB EXCLUSIVE Interview, Russell gave us some wonderful details on his upcoming performance at The Triad and it’s going to be an awesome evening!

For More Information Find Russell Fischer: UNCHARTED and Lee Summers’ Just A PianoConcert Series on Facebook.

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The Triad Theatre is located at 158 West 72nd Street (between Broadway & Columbus). For More information visit:


  1. Peter and Russell, it was Great seeing you on May 2nd, and all the cast.
    Peter its amazing to think you have been with Jersey boys since day one on Broadway, that’s great. And you always crack me up in the show. I know Bob Crewe is proud of you. And So glad they have put out new black golf shirts with Jersey boys in red lettering to match the hats beautifully. I have mine, looks cool!!!

    keep breaking a leg….

    Wishing all good to you both, on this project.


    Comment by Patti Massi-Candeliere — May 10, 2012 @ 5:33 pm

  2. It was a wonderful show, Russell, and an amazing journey through your life. Direction was snappy and the writing was terrific, as was your singing. Had no idea you were THIS talented. Everyone is so proud of you; it was great.

    Comment by Howard — May 14, 2012 @ 11:29 pm

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