Andrew Kober is delighted to be making his Feinstein?s debut. Best known for being a part of the tribe and playing the roles of Margaret Mead and Claude?s Father in the 2009 Tony Award Winning Revival of Hair, he has been acting since appearing in his schoool production of Pirates of Penzance at the age of eleven.
After moving to New York at 22, he booked a job in the First National Tour of William Finn and Rachel Sheinkin?s hilarious musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, understudying the roles of Vice Principal Douglas Panch, Comfort Counselor Mitch Mahoney, and William Barfee. In 2007, he was a part of the sit-down run of the show in Los Angeles, understudying Tony Award Winner Dan Fogler.
On returning to New York, Andrew began his three-year involvement with Hair, appearing in the concert version of the show as a part of Joe?s Pub in the Park at the Delacorte Theater. The next summer, Hair was brought back for a full run at the Delacorte as part of the 2008 Shakespeare in the Park season. After twice extending the run in the park, it was announced that Hair would transfer to Broadway?s Al Hirschfeld Theater.
Hair opened in March of 2009 to rave reviews. Critics called Andrew ?priceless? (USA Today) and ?hilarious? (AP). During his year of performing with Hair on Broadway, Andrew appeared with the cast on The Tony Awards, The View, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, and two Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parades.
Having appeared in many benefits and concerts in venues all over New York City, Andrew debuted his solo show, Koberet, to a sold-out crowd at Joe?s Pub last February. In April, he made his West End debut in the London production of Hair. During his six months in London, he filled up his passport, traveling all over Europe while being a regular contributor to Sirius XM?s Broadway Channel with his friend, Allison Case.
Now back in New York, Andrew is excited to share with you a selection of songs geared towards celebrating the ?most wonderful time of the year?. In addition to some of your favorite holiday classics, Andrew will also be singing Broadway and pop music. This one-night only concert is guaranteed to put you in a festive spirit!