State Theatre New Jersey

An Evening of Dueling Pianos with Nate Hopkins and Debbie Tjong Featuring Host Victoria Lace

STNJ Pride Month Event

Presented by  Savage Pianos

Thursday, JUNE 17, 2021 at 7:00PM

At An Online Event

Approximately 1 hour

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Join us for this virtual Pride Month event on Zoom, with host Victoria Lace! Featuring an audience interactive dueling pianos performance, giveaways, special guest appearances, and more! Presented by State Theatre New Jersey's LGBTQ Community Engagement Committee.

Sign up for the event and you will automatically be entered to win a variety of fun prizes, including gift certificates to Fiddleheads Restaurant in Jamesburg or Robert's Florals in Highland Park, the Pride 2021 Everyone is Awesome LEGO® set, State Theatre swag, State Theatre show tickets, or a $50 Visa gift card courtesy of Argentino Fiore Law & Advocacy, LLC!

About the Artists

Debbie Christine Tjong

Debbie Christine Tjong

Debbie Christine Tjong is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and actress. An alumna of Berklee College of Music, she has been working professionally as a singer and dueling piano player for 10 years. In addition to piano and voice, she plays the bass, guitar, and drums. She has appeared in numerous Off-Broadway productions, most recently being in the ensemble and understudying the female lead in The Wrong Man, helmed by the team of Hamilton.

Nate Hopkins

Nate Hopkins

Nate Hopkins is a singer, pianist, entertainer, and actor. An alumnus of Berklee College of Music and the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater, he has been seen in dueling piano venues across the country, notably as the entertainment director of Howl at the Moon NYC. He has appeared onstage as an actor and musician in Broadway’s Bandstand, as well as off-Broadway’s What’s It All About: Bacharach Reimagined. He has also served as music director for Imperial Cities, as well as the theatrical productions of Eastbound and When Change Comes.

Victoria Lace

Victoria Lace

Victoria Lace is a New York native with 34 years in the art of entertainment. She honed her craft first as a background dancer for well known drag entertainers before branching out on her own. Aside from dancing, Victoria developed her skills impersonating such artists as Gladys Knight, Donna Summer, and Tina Turner. Many doors opened in her career after winning pageants all across the country and with film opportunities in To Wong Foo, Stonewall, and American Gangsters.

Your participation is a donation to State Theatre New Jersey’s Community Engagement programs. Donate What You Can—a minimum donation of $15 allows you to participate, larger donation amounts are greatly appreciated! We thank you for your support and hope you enjoy the event!

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